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Pay 50% Fewer Miles to Europe, Israel, Morocco With Flying Blue Promo Awards!

Get a round-trip coach award flight to Europe and beyond for the same price as a domestic award flight!

Coach award seats to Europe on Air France or KLM from 5 cities in the US are 50% off!  Through December 10, 2015, you can book flights for only 12,500 Flying Blue miles each way for travel this winter.

With this deal you can experience the Carnival (Mardi Gras) celebrations in Europe.  (And take advantage of the much-improved exchange rate!)  Or explore Tel Aviv when high temperatures are in the mid-60s.

Greece. Athens. Cityscape with the Acropolis of Athens (seen from Philopappos Hill)

Visit Athens, Greece, for Only 25,000 Flying Blue Miles Round-Trip in Coach Plus ~$251 in Taxes This Winter

Flying Blue adds fuel surcharges to award flights, but this can still be a fantastic deal for some folks.

And, you probably already have access to Flying Blue miles.  I’ll explain!

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$99 1-Way Boston & Baltimore to Iceland, $149 to 8 European Cities

Here’s another terrific sale from WOW Air!

Fly from Boston or Washington, DC (Baltimore), to Reykjavik, Iceland, for only $99 1-way!

Or connect through Reykjavik onward to 8 European cities for as little as $149 1-way.

Return flights to the US cost more, but they’re still a good deal.  This could be a great opportunity for folks looking for a cheap European getaway this winter!


Winter Is the Perfect Time to Check Out the Aurora Borealis in Iceland!

Let’s see where you can go!

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We Always Tell You the Best Offers — Top 10 Cards With No Commission!

Emily and I want our readers to always get the best offers when they sign-up for a credit card – even if it means we don’t earn a commission.

I’ve written about my mother-in-law rule.  I always list the best credit card offer I’m aware of, even if we don’t earn a cent from it!

And I’m always grateful when readers bring better offers to our attention!

We Always Tell You The Best Offers Top 10 Cards With No Commission

The Best Offers Are at Your Fingertips! We Want You to Get the Most Miles, Points, or Cash Back – And We’ll Always Let You Know About the Best Deals!

I’ll show you the top 10 cards that do NOT earn us a commission but DO earn you Big Travel with Small Money!

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5 Top Hyatt Hotels in the US

Because of Chase Ultimate Rewards points, I’ve had so many incredible experiences at top-rated Hyatt hotels for special occasions.  

So I’m excited to share with y’all how you can use the increased 50,000 point sign-up bonus on the Chase Sapphire Preferred so you can do the same.

You can use 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points for Big Travel with Small Money at some of the best hotels in the US from New York City to Hawaii!

5 Top Hyatt Hotels In The US

Take the Family on a Getaway to Some of the Best Hotels in the US, like the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa Near Naples, Florida!

And, you can still get 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel when you sign-up for the Chase Hyatt card after meeting the minimum spending.

I’ll show you 5 top hotels in the US to experience with your Hyatt points!

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Won’t Last! 4 Cities Round-Trip to Europe Starting at $485!

If you’re planning a trip to Europe, you could get an excellent deal today!

Via The Flight Deal, you can fly from Chicago to several cities in Germany for as little as ~$485 round-trip in coach on Air Berlin.  Or fly round-trip between New York and Rome, or Miami and Vienna for under ~$550.

And folks in Los Angeles can fly to London round-trip in coach on Air New Zealand for just ~$491!

Won't Last 4 Cities Round Trip To Europe Starting At 485

Amazing Deal – Fly Between Los Angeles and London, UK, for Under $500 Round-Trip in Coach

You can search for these fares using ITA Matrix or Google Flights, and book them directly through Air Berlin or Air New Zealand.

The sale fare on Air New Zealand is valid for today only, November 30, 2015.  And the Air Berlin deals likely won’t last long, either!

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