You know how something seemingly simple can bother you to no end. This was that simple thing. For the longest time you could not use your Chase Ultimate rewards to book a rental car one-way. I think I might book a one-way rental for therapeutic reasons since this bugged me for so long (read: Amex […]Read more "Finally: Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Center Now Allows You to Book One-Way Rental Cars"
This is not good, I am a Southwest loyalist and this makes me upset. Alyssa and I have held Companion Pass for the last three-or-so years and it has saved us thousands of dollar… er.. points. At some point last month, Southwest decided to retire their Getaway map search tool. Why? I have no clue, […]Read more "Southwest Just Killed The Flight Map Search On Their Site – Getaway Finder"
Introducing the long anticipated Qsuite product by Qatar Airways. The Doha based airline is launching a business class hard product that is branded as “first in business”. Many people who’ve sampled the demo Qsuite have been blown away as it rivals others’ first class seats. Qsuite business class seat The center seating section […]Read more "First in Business – How you Can Fly on Qatar Airways new Qsuite Product using AA Miles"
I like saving points and I like saving money, in no particular order. This sweet little trick will save you 50% of your points when flying from a number of cities in the Southwest to either Seattle or Portland. (and vice versa) As I discussed a few months ago, Alaska made a great improvement to […]Read more "Use This Trick to Save 50% of Your Award Miles When Booking Alaska Airlines Flights"
I don’t know about you, but my heart starts racing when I see a mistake fare or an unusually cheap international flight deal. I don’t gamble, but I would venture to say that the “rush” is the same when booking a flight that is selling out very FAST. Yesterday, I shared on the […]Read more "Here’s What To Do When You Spot an Insanely Cheap Flight Deal"
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"
I’ll jump right in, you can fly round-trip from Los Angeles to Oslo, Norway for $228 round-trip. That is not an error, that is the cash price of a plane ticket, with a seat inside the plane. That is a total of 10,660 miles for $228, wowzers. Better yet, you can then visit Southern Spain […]Read more "Fly Round-Trip From The West Coast To Norway AND The South of Spain for Under $300"