Best of Million Mile Secrets – March 2016

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1.   I shared the terrific news that the AMEX Hilton cards are offering their best-ever sign-up bonuses until May 4, 2016.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

For a Limited Time, You Can Earn the Highest Sign-Up Bonuses Ever Offered on the AMEX Hilton Cards

2.  Did you get in on the highest offers ever (now expired) for the American Express Starwood Preferred Guest cards?

If you did, check out my posts for fun ways to use the bonus like 5 More Excellent Hotels in the US to Splurge on With Starwood Points, 10-Night Award Stays Using Starwood Points & No Money, and 5 Fun & Free 5-Night Hotel Stays Using the Starwood Card’s Limited-Time 35,000 Point Bonus

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Where Will You Use Your 35,000 Starwood Points From the Best Offers Ever on the AMEX Starwood Cards?

3.   We learned the details of the new Barclaycard JetBlue cards.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Folks Who Like JetBlue for Their Service, Snacks, and In-Flight Wi-Fi Now Have a New Way to Earn Lots of JetBlue Points!

4.    Do you know how to save money on travel insurance when you book trips with miles & points?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Save Your Pennies! Your Trip Might Already Be Covered If You Use the Right Credit Card

5.   Emily shared her experiences from her trip to Croatia, including flying on Air Berlin, staying in a fancy Venice hotel, and taking part in a dance festival!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Travel Is Best When You Share It With Friends! Emily & Pals Had a Blast in Croatia

6.   I kept you posted on the ongoing Marriott – Starwood – Anbang bidding war and how it may impact your award travel.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Who Will Win in the Battle to Buy Starwood?

7.   I shared the news you can now sign-up for the new Chase Freedom Unlimited card by visiting a branch or applying online.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

The Chase Freedom Unlimited Is Available Now! Apply In-Branch or Online

8.   Will you take part in the latest Hyatt promotion to earn up to 75,000 Hyatt points?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

If You Have Paid Hyatt Stays Coming up, Don’t Forget to Register for Hyatt’s Latest Promotion to Earn Bonus Points

9.   I let you know about improved offers on the Barclaycard Miles & More, BankAmericard Cash Rewards, and American Express Blue Cash Everyday and Blue Cash Preferred cards.  And shared the details on the new Citi Costco and American Express Charles Schwab cards.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Head to Europe With the Sign-Up Bonus From the Barclaycard Miles & More Card

10.   I gave you a heads-up to expect Daily Getaways travel deals starting this week, including discounted Best Western, Choice, and IHG points, and cheap theme park tickets!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - March 2016

Buy Discounted Points Through Daily Getaways for Cheap Hotel Stays

And I let you know about 3 cheap fare deals to Europe and Iceland (now sold out) on a discount airline I enjoyed flying.  Cheap flights like these tend to go quickly, so follow me on Twitter and Facebook to never miss the latest news!

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