I'm a big believer in points that you can transfer to a variety of different frequent flyer programs -- instead of earning miles with one airline or points with one hotel chain, you pick where you want the points to go later based on...Show More Summary
Now through August 7, American Airlines is offering a special 20% bonus on transferred points from Starwood Preferred Guest. This is in addition to the bonus miles you’ll already earn from Starwood when you transfer 20,000 points or more. In case you don’t remember, SPG allows members to transfer points from their program to most airline [...]Show More Summary
One of the ways my family is able to book the award flights that we do is by taking advantage of transferring miles and points to different hotel and airline accounts during transfer bonus periods. This is when you are given extra miles...Show More Summary
While the most obvious thing to do with Starwood points is use them for hotel stays, I think the most valuable thing to do with them is transfer them to airline miles. Through August 7 there's a 20% bonus on transfers to American AAdvantage...Show More Summary
Lufthansa first class award space is almost never made available to partner airlines more than 14 days in advance of travel. If you want to book Lufthansa first class you either need to be using Lufthansa's own Miles & More points (they're...Show More Summary
Do you know any fair weather fans that only root for their team when they are winning? How about those who jump on the bandwagon and declare themselves to be loyal fans only after a team becomes great? These can pretty annoying traits among sports fans, but people do this in order to be aligned...
You know the tried-and-true ways to boost the number of miles in your airline awards account: flying one or two carriers consistently, staying in specific hotel chains that give airline miles, using credit cards that earn points or miles on everyday purchases.
A popular promotion from the Hilton HHonors frequent guest loyalty program has been extended: Double Your HHonors continues where you can choose between either earning double HHonors points or double airline miles for qualified stays...Show More Summary
Hilton has just extended its straightforward Q2 2015 promotion. You will now earn double Hilton HHonors points or airline miles on stays until 31 August 2015 – you can choose which. To be clear, Hilton ordinarily lets you “double dip”...Show More Summary
"Award booking consultants" promise to help confused travelers spend their airline rewards points as efficiently and easily as possible.
Answers to more of your questions including: Using AA miles to Hawaii, which credit cards work for which airlines and hotel free night certificate expiration policies. The post Which Points & Credit Cards for Which Airlines, Hotel Free Night Expiration Dates & AA Miles to Hawaii appeared first on Miles to Memories.
Last night I dreamt I was in the American Airlines Admirals Club in Los Angeles (although the woman sitting at the desk was one of the gems from the Washington National club. I watched as a passenger had the agent there run her credit card to fund a bank account. Show More Summary
Lots going on today in the world of miles and points. Eastern is up in the air, American Airlines is offering up more business class award seats to Europe, and there's a pretty darn good fare sale to Brazil (or Fort Lauderdale, if you're looking closer to home). Show More Summary
This week, there were many popular posts on Running with Miles covering a range of travel, deals, and running topics. See what you may have missed here! Now Live: Redeem 15K Points For Any Wyndham And The Card That Gives You 3 Nights The new Wyndham Rewards program is out – you can redeem only 15K points for any free night within the chain. Show More Summary
Answering your questions. Find out the most commons acronyms for miles, points, airlines, credit cards & manufactured spending. The post Your Questions Answered – Most Common Points & Miles Acronyms appeared first on Miles to Memori...
So you’ve racked up a bunch of frequent flier miles or loyalty points or whatever your preferred airline calls them, but can you actually use those rewards to book free travel when you want? For some U.S.-based carriers, the answer ranges from “almost definitely” to “good luck.” Airline research firm IdeaWorks Company has released the results of its annual Switchfly … [More]
Small business programs are great for double dipping -- you earn miles in your own account, and in the business account, when you fly. American's program has a partnership with Budget car rental where you can earn bonus points for your first rental. And that one rental alone earns enough for a reward. Continue reading Earn an American Airlines Lounge Pass for 1 Car Rental...
I absolutely love it when companies hand out free airline miles or hotel points because not only is it obviously a free way to pad your balance, but it is also a free an easy way to extend the life of your miles. Currently American Airlines...Show More Summary
Hero Images Inc./Alamy Racking up thousands of airline reward points is like a video game: it can seem like fun while you're doing it, but then you find out there's no reward at the end of the rainbow. According to the June issue of Consumer Reports, roughly 100 million consumers belong to airline frequent flyer programs. Show More Summary
Citibank keeps getting better and better, with big signup bonuses for ThankYou points cards, transferrable points, and now a transfer bonus to an airline. Etihad is bonusing Citibank transfers, and it makes the Etihad Guest redemption program pretty attractive. Continue reading Citibank Points Transfer Bonus: 25% More Miles When You Move Points to Etihad...