I’ve neglected sharing a good credit card deal as of late. This Premier Rewards charge card from American Express is a smart option. American Express has their own reward program known as Membership Rewards points. These can be transferred to a number of airlines and hotels. The reason I prefer flexible points like MR’s is […]Read more "Use This 50,000 Point Bonus For a Round-Trip to Europe – Premier Rewards Gold"
JetBlue is back with their “flash sale”, offering one-way flights at rock-bottom pricing. What they are really doing is trying to fill empty planes, but that is okay with me. You can see Southern California, Bay Area, and Las Vegas options for as little as $20 one-way. The date(s) are very strict, but there are […]Read more "JetBlue Flash Sale is Back – $20 One-Way Flights to Select Airports (Strict Dates)"
This is rare, and I like it. Amazon is offering a wide-spread coupon for Prime and non-Prime buyers. $8.63 off purchases of $50 or more. (up to 17% off). Some eGift cards sold by Amazon ARE eligible for the discount, and I love gift cards at 17% off! Oh, Amazon was ranked #1 on corporate […]Read more "Use This Coupon to Receive up to 17% off Your Next Amazon Order – Minimum $50 Purchase (Includes Gift Cards)"
I wish this announcement was more exciting, sadly it is turning into more of a warning. United and American airlines have finally opened booking of their basic economy fares. United keeps it basic Our friends at United will now allow us to book their basic econ fares. You will find availability for flights departing April […]Read more "Ready or Not! United and American have Launched Their Basic Economy Fares"
There is nothing worse than saving up your points only to discover there is no award availability. Sadly, some travel bloggers are trying to perfect the art of finding award space availability. Yep, it is getting bad, so make sure you put the following tips into practice so you aren’t left with “useless points”. You […]Read more "Can’t Find Award Availability for Your Next Trip? – Give these Tips a Try"
Great news, Starwood and American Express have rolled out an increased sign-up bonus for their SPG credit cards. The typical sign-up bonus is 25,000 points, this offer will give you 35,000 points with a bit more minimum spend requirement. The annual fee is waived on both cards the first year, and you can cancel the […]Read more "Starwood SPG Increases Sign Up Bonus to 35K – Can Be Used To Obtain Southwest Companion Pass"
I’ve meant to write this piece for a while, I just haven’t gotten around to it. One reason is that I have a hard time putting out posts that don’t directly help people “travel for free”, but it is about time for this one. I follow almost every travel blogger on the web, from large to […]Read more "There is No Right or Wrong Way to Travel – This is What I Mean"