Calling all Companion Pass holders! As if Companion Pass isn’t sweet enough, you can also get amazing perks with airlines other than Southwest! What’s our status? Airline status is getting harder to obtain through conventional flying for most. When you think of “earning miles”, one might assume that is determined by the miles flown. […]Read more "Use Southwest Companion Pass Match to Get Instant Status With Alaska [Upgrade to First Class]"
2017 is shaping up to be a great year for travelers. More routes means more competition. Additional competition means we should start seeing cheaper prices on said route. Here are some of the new routes that I found interesting: Southwest Airlines (Starting June 4th) — Minneapolis/St. Paul – Nashville – 1 daily — Newark – Indianapolis – […]Read more "New Airline Routes for 2017 – Southwest to Mexico + Las Vegas to Middle East"
Whatever your reason for booking a last-minute flight, you can bet it won’t be cheap. Airlines sure know how to stick-it-to-you when you need a quick ticket. According to CheapAir, booking a flight within 14 days of departure will run you an extra $111 on average, compared to flights booked well in advance. If you […]Read more "How to Save Money when Booking Last Minute Flights"
When you hear of a sub-$200 one-way flight to/from Europe on a budget airline, what comes to mind? luxury? Bus ticket? That seems way too cheap? Regardless of what is running through your head, rest assured, everything checks-out. We flew Norwegian Airlines last week from Copenhagen to Los Angeles on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Total […]Read more "Full Review – Flight from Europe to West Coast for less than $200 one-way"
It’s that fun time, time to call the credit card company and tell them you want to cancel. That is five minutes of your life you will never get back, but you don’t want to pay the annual fee. Your talking to the phone rep as they read from the script, “I must warn you […]Read more "If I Cancel My Credit Card Will I Lose The Points?"
Airlines are not known for being overly generous, that said, Southwest did step-up and compensate me for a delayed flight. Now before I begin, airlines DO NOT have to compensate you for delayed flights, they are only obligated to get you to your final destination. The ‘partial’ exception to that rule is when an airline […]Read more "How I Received $50 From Southwest Airlines"