If there is one thing I am good at, it is squeezing everything to the very last drop. What is the point of doing anything if you aren’t going to maximize the earning and redemption potential? Asiana Airlines Round-trip Deals: This amazing carrier based in Seoul, South Korea is certainly top-notch. They offer 33-34″ of […]Read more "Using Some Creativity to Get a Free One-Way from Europe to Asia after Purchasing a Round-trip From USA to Asia"
I don’t know if I should be excited or concerned with a $1.19 flight. Malindo Air is a Malaysian carrier with great deals throughout SE Asia, this is certainly no exception. 5 Malaysian Ringgits There are a number of dates in 2018 with this insane pricing of 5 Malaysian Ringgits. At 5 MYR it converts […]Read more "WTF: Check Out This Flight for $1.19 Which Includes Baggage – Malindo Air"
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We just flew 6,000 miles for $107 a piece, did that get your attention? Level Airlines is one of the newest ultra-low-cost-carriers to join the ranks of Wow and Norwegian. Their first flights commenced in June, but it still seems like a few kinks need to be sorted out. 99 Euros from Barcelona to Los […]Read more "REVIEW: Iberia Level Flight From Barcelona To Los Angeles – $107 One-Way"
What is better than a new Alaska Airlines partnership? I say cheaper award flights to Hawaii! Singapore Airline’s KrisFlyer program finally launched their award chart (PDF) when flying solely on Alaska Airlines. There are some sweet-spots as well as some confusing language, let’s try to sort it out. Hawaii for 11.5k one-way If this chart […]Read more "A New Option For Hawaii One-Way Flights Starting at 11,500 Miles Via Alaska Airlines – Singapore Airlines"
I must admit, for someone who has a large~ish bank of points, it is hard to pay cash for flights or hotels. Over the last year I’ve been getting better, but I still find it difficult to use cash rather than points, even when it should make sense. The Golden Rule Every blogger has their […]Read more "I Just Booked a Round-Trip to Asia for Less Than 30,000 Points and Zero Fees"
If you’ve hoarded American Express Membership Rewards points, now is a good time to off-load them. You have until 9/17/17 to transfer to British Airways or Iberia Avios programs with a 40% bonus. To do the simple math, you will just multiply your Amex MR transfer amount by 1.4x, that will give your transferred total. […]Read more "REMINDER: Only 5 Days Left For 40% Transfer Bonus from MR to Avios"