Via The Value Traveler, Avianca is launching a new credit card soon. And that means you’ll have a new way to earn Avianca miles to use for award flights to Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, and more!
35,000 Avianca Miles Is Enough for a Round-Trip Flight to the Caribbean or Mexico!
I’ll share what we know about the new card and why you might consider earning and using Avianca miles.
Posted in Air Canada, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Avianca, Credit Cards, Lufthansa, Save Money, Star Alliance, Travel Tips, United Airlines, US Bank
If you’re looking for award tickets to India or Europe, this Air Canada Aeroplan promotion could be a good deal for you!
Via One Mile at a Time, through August 15, 2016, you can earn up to 55,000 bonus Aeroplan miles for transferring hotel points to Aeroplan.
And that bonus alone is enough for a one-way Business Class ticket between the mainland US and European destinations like Paris, Madrid, and London!
You Can Fly Business Class One-Way to Madrid, Spain, for 55,000 Aeroplan Miles
Let’s see if this deal makes sense for you.
Posted in Aeroplan, Air India, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Hilton HHonors, Hotels, Marriott, Save Money, Star Alliance, Starwood (SPG), Travel Tips
For a limited time, you can earn 70,000 bonus points when you sign-up in-branch for the Chase Ink Plus and meet the minimum spending requirement.
Or with our link you can earn 60,000 bonus points if you don’t have a Chase branch nearby, or prefer online applications.
70,000 Ultimate Rewards Points From the Ink Plus Card Sign-Up Bonus Can Get You 2 Round-Trip Tickets to Hawaii! Plus Many More Options!
I’ll show you how to use the limited time sign-up bonus to save up to $1,600 with flights on United Airlines and their partner airlines to Hawaii, the Caribbean, or Europe!
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Million Mile Secrets reader Teri commented:
We want to visit Italy and France in September 2017 for our 30th anniversary. And because we’ve already saved some United Airlines miles, we plan to fly with United Airlines or a Star Alliance partner.
But we’ve also earned miles & points with our Chase Sapphire Preferred and Capital One Venture cards.
So, how do we combine the miles & points from these different programs in order to book our award tickets with United Airlines miles? And are there any other cards you’d recommend we get?
Great question, Teri!
One of my favorite things about miles & points is showing others how to get Big Travel. And I especially love that Teri plans to use miles & points to help celebrate an anniversary!
Visit the Colorful Seaside Villages of Cinque Terre, Italy. This Ticket Could Otherwise Cost You ~$8,000!
Let’s look at how Teri can use miles & points from various programs to get to Europe with United Airlines. And I’ll make a few suggestions about other cards to consider!
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There have been recent targeted offers for an 75,000 mile increased sign-up bonus on the Chase United MileagePlus® Explorer Card.
Now, there’s a limited-time improved sign-up bonus available to everyone!
You’ll earn 50,000 United Airlines miles when you meet the minimum spending requirements. And another 5,000 United Airlines miles when you add an authorized user and make a purchase in the first 3 months of opening your account.
Plus, you’ll get a $50 statement credit after your first purchase.
We don’t earn a commission from this offer, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!
The Sign-Up Bonus Plus Miles From Minimum Spending Is Nearly Enough for a Round-Trip Coach Ticket to Europe on United Airlines and Partners!
This is a better deal than the usual 30,000 mile sign-up bonus! But not as good as the 70,000+ mile targeted offer.