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1800Flowers retroactively limits 1750 point deal to 5 orders per customer

1800Flowers periodically offers 1750 points per order with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue.  When combined with tricks for buying discount gift cards, this has been a good way of indirectly buying miles at a very good price. I’ve written about the recent Southwest offer several times recently, and I published the JetBlue deal on Friday (found here). Show More Summary

Why I am planning a Norwegian Reward mileage run

Up to this point I have booked Norwegian Airlines tickets solely for their low one way ticket prices between and Europe and Oakland, California, 110 miles from my home in Monterey. Most of my Norwegian Air flights have been intra-Europe...Show More Summary

5 Credit Cards That Offer the Best Travel Perks

Everyone knows that the right credit card can offer you valuable points and miles you can redeem for award travel. But with airlines increasing the number of miles needed for many awards, and reducing the number of seats they make available for the lowest mileage levels, these programs have lost...

Flight Review: Etihad A380 Pearl Business Class New York to Abu Dhabi

Like most points and miles enthusiasts, I strategically maximized the value of my American Airlines miles before the recent March 22, 2016 devaluation. I took a trip to Dubai with my husband and father a few weeks ago to experience what the Etihad A380 had to offer. Show More Summary

How to play the Alaska / Virgin America deal

It’s official.  Alaska Airlines is buying Virgin America.  And, the question on my mind, of course, is how can we make the most of this? Virgin America points are arguably worth roughly two times Alaska’s Mileage Plan miles.  How doShow More Summary

Buy Airline Miles For 2 Cents Each Today

Daily Getaways is returning for the next five weeks, which is an opportunity to purchase discounted hotel points and travel packages. Daily Getaways go live at 1PM ET every weekday, and the more popular packages sell out very quickly,...Show More Summary

This is Why I Am Not a Fan of Speculative Miles Purchases

The only thing worst in the points and miles world than unannounced devaluations are devaluations that absolutely destroy the value of a specific rewards currency. That is exactly what happened this morning with Alaska Airlines for award bookings on partner Emirates. Show More Summary

4 Best Tools for Tracking Your Rewards Miles

One of the most challenging aspects of earning points and miles is keeping track of all of your accounts. Every airline, hotel, car rental company, and credit card program has a separate account, each with its own user name, password, current balance, and possibly an expiration date. It's not that...

A Roundup Of Pretty Good Business Class Fares

As the U.S. economy gets better and the airline industry has started to prosper, it's no secret that miles and points availability is lackluster at best, with devaluations in full gear, and airlines particularly stingy about releasing...Show More Summary

Earn Almost 50,000 Airline Miles with the Starwood Credit Card!

As you may or may not know, the Starwood American Express Credit Card is currently offering their HIGHEST bonus ever! For both the personal and business card you can earn 35,000 Starwood points after meeting the respective spend requirements. Show More Summary

Cheap Flights To Fiji, Marriott Launching Members Only Rates And A New Airline Elite Program

The Best of the Rest is my effort to summarize all the travel/miles & points stories that interested me on a daily basis but didn't have time to write about  in length.  Culled from over 100 blogs/authors I follow, some are passed along...Show More Summary

Since You’re Not Supposed to Use Your Miles for Free Tickets Anymore, Here’s What to Do Instead

Delta's incoming President doesn't want you to redeem your miles for free tickets. Instead he wants you to use your miles at a penny apiece for Stella Artois beer in the airline's SkyClubs. That's a bad idea. Don't use your points for a new LCD toaster. Show More Summary

Cheap Flights To Tokyo, Delta Telling You Why You Shouldn’t Collect Their Miles And A Surprising Number Of Airline Crews Having Sex In-Flight

The Best of the Rest is my effort to summarize all the travel/miles & points stories that interested me on a daily basis but didn't have time to write about  in length.  Culled from over 100 blogs/authors I follow, some are passed along...Show More Summary

Here’s How to Make the Most of Starwood Points Transfers to Miles With Over 30 Airlines

While I've long used Starwood points for hotel stays -- the Starwood program has more top-end properties that I'd want to stay at than any other chain -- often the best value can be obtained through airline mileage transfers. I've carried...Show More Summary

Buy Miles With Your Choice of Over 30 Airlines for 2.1 Cents Apiece

Starwood is offering a discount of up to 25% on purchased points through April 15. Starwood points are the most valuable loyalty currency, and there's leverage in any bonus they offer, however I don't think this offer quite is cheapShow More Summary

Sean Talks Credit: Travel Credit Card Rewards More Flexible Than Ever

By Sean McQuay T ravel credit cards used to be a lot less complicated -- and a lot less useful. If you carried a credit card co-branded with the name of an airline or hotel chain, you earned miles or points that you could redeem with that airline or hotel, and only that airline or hotel. Show More Summary

What Can You Do With Your Hotel Points and Airline Miles?

When I tell stories of my travels, friends and acquaintances wistfully say that they wish they could figure out what to do with the miles they've accumulated on an airline or points they have earned via credit cards or hotel stays. The post What Can You Do With Your Hotel Points and Airline Miles? appeared first on Magic of Miles.

How to Transfer Chase Points to Airlines and Hotels

The best use of Chase Ultimate Rewards points isn't having them just buy you a ticket. It's transferring your points to frequent flyer programs, to top off an account or just to have enough miles for an award outright. Once you've found the award availability your looking for, you'll want to transfer points. Show More Summary

6 Awesome & Creative Ways to Get to Vegas with Miles & Points

Want to use your airline points/miles to travel to Vegas? Here are six creative and sometimes fun ways to get to Sin City with miles & points! The post 6 Awesome & Creative Ways to Get to Vegas with Miles & Points appeared first on Miles to Memories.

How to Earn Free Hotel Stay Certificates Every Year

Hotel stays should be part of your strategy even if you don’t usually stay in hotels. Just as you should earn airline miles in a few different programs (usually one in each of the three alliances), so too should you earn hotel points...Show More Summary

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