Whenever I tell people I travel for free I usually get this response, “well, food and drink isn’t free when you are traveling”. While on a three-hour layover in Portland, we did “travel” for free, and then some. PDX – Portland, OR Portland airport is a great exception when it comes to the Priority […]Read more "How We Scored $143 Worth of Free Food, Drink and Snacks Using Priority Pass – Portland"
Getting excited over a category 1 SPG property may seem rather silly, but color me impressed. We stayed one night at the Sheraton Ambassador Monterrey hotel in downtown and would certainly do it again. Location Centrally located in downtown, you are just a few minutes walk to the Macroplaza. There you will find a Neptune […]Read more "Sheraton Ambassador Monterrey – The Best Category 1 Sheraton Property Yet"
It looks like a fare war to Hawaii has been waged. You’ll recall that Southwest announced their tentative Hawaii plans two weeks ago. It looks like Southwest has thrown a wrench in the California Hawaii fares, all good for us! Deal: At $288 round-trip and NON STOP, this is indeed the lowest I’ve seen […]Read more "San Francisco to Maui and Honolulu Hawaii for $288 Round-Trip – Excellent Availability with Virgin"
Needing to top off your miles bank? This shopping portal bonus could be a great option for you. Many airlines are offering a bonus for enrolling in a 12 week subscription to The Economist, at only $12. Bonuses: American: 3,000 United: 2,400 Alaska: 2,200 Southwest: 2,100 Delta: 1,800 To give you an idea of […]Read more "Earn Up To 3,000 American Airlines Miles For $12 – 2,100 Points Towards Companion Pass – The Economist"
Sometimes you need to take a step back to realize just how crazy you’ve become. It may have started after your first credit card bonus, your first error-fare booking, or the first time you flew business class for free. Whatever caused you to go off the deep-end, here are a few ways to know you’ve […]Read more "Five Ways You Know You are a Miles and Points Addict"
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I will start by apologizing for non-California residents. Chase and Southwest kept this quiet but the internet won’t allow. For folks in the other 49 states, let’s hope this is a pilot and you are all next. For California residents Chase and Southwest have put together one of the slickest credit card offers in history. […]Read more "California Residents Only: Earn Southwest Companion Pass for ONE Year With New Southwest Card Approval"