Category Archives: British Airways

Sign-Up Now for 100,000 Points with the Chase Sapphire Reserve!

This is the highest public sign-up bonus I’ve ever seen on a card that earns Chase Ultimate Rewards points!

Chase Sapphire Reserve

Link:   Chase Sapphire Reserve

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card is now officially available for sign-ups!  Note that link goes to the Reddit thread where you’ll see the card link.  We don’t earn a commission on this link, but will always tell you about the best deals!  That’s why you read Million Mile Secrets. 🙂

Chase Sapphire Reserve

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Bonus of 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Is Enough for 2 Round-Trip Tickets to Hawaii! Or Transfer Your Points to Hyatt for an Amazing Award Stay

You can earn 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months after opening your account.  That’s worth $1,500 in travel when you redeem through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.  And potentially worth even more if you transfer points to airline and hotel partners like Hyatt or Southwest.

I’ll explain why this is a terrific card for folks looking to earn Big Travel!

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“We Saw Wild Animals, Crossed Continents, & Traveled Like Ballers for a Fraction of the Cost”

Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!

Miles & Points Interview:  Monkey Miles

Zachary is the voice and author of Monkey Miles.  He shares his knowledge about maximizing awards, benefits, and bonuses through his blog.  You can follow Zachary on Twitter and Instagram.  And you can follow Miles the Monkey on Twitter and Instagram, too!

Monkey Miles - Interview With Zachary

This Picture Is From Our England / Italy Trip.  My Mom Had Always Wanted to Go to Italy and Points / Great AARP Offers Made This Trip Incredible

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Save Up to 7,500 American Airlines Miles on Round-Trip Flights to Select Cities!

The new list of American Airlines reduced mileage award cities is out.

You could save up to 7,500 American Airlines miles on round-trip coach award tickets to certain cities in the US and Canada like Austin, Calgary, New Orleans, and Vancouver.

This deal is good when you book by September 30, 2016, and travel by November 30, 2016.

Save Up To 7,500 American Airlines Miles On Round Trip Flights To Select Cities

Use a Reduced Mileage Award Flight to Visit Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the Fall

I’ll explain how this deal works!

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Which Points Transfer to Which Airlines? Handy Chart for Converting!

Million Mile Secrets reader, Lindsay, tweeted:

What credit card can I apply for that will allow me to transfer points to American Airlines?  I already have the Citi® Platinum Select® AAdvantage® World MasterCard®.

Thanks for the tweet, Lindsay!

American Airlines has only one transferable points partner – Starwood Preferred Guest!  You can transfer Starwood points at a 1:1 ratio, and get a bonus 5,000 miles for every increment of 20,000 points you transfer.

But there are lots of other airlines with different transfer partners!  And remembering them all is not easy.  If only there were a handy chart you could refer to when you needed this information!

Which Points Transfer To Which Airlines Handy Chart For Converting

You’ll Never Run Out of Places to Travel! Maximize Your Points by Knowing the Transfer Partners of Each Airline

Let’s take a look at the most popular airlines and their transfer partners in a clear and understandable way.  And help you decide which points will be the most valuable to collect!

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Best of Million Mile Secrets – July 2016

1.   Are you as excited as I am about the rumored new Chase card with a 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards point sign-up bonus?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - July 2016

A 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Point Sign-Up Bonus Could Mean Big Travel With Transfer Partners Like Hyatt. And Free Nights at Luxurious Hotels!

2.   I let you know about the negative changes coming to the Citi Prestige card in July 2017.  And warned you the sign-up bonus was decreasing.

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