1. Discounted Coach Awards to Hong Kong
Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you can get a 20% discount on coach award tickets from the US and Canada to Hong Kong booked by February 1, 2015.
But you can only fly Mondays through Fridays from March 2, 2015, to April 20, 2015.
Save 20% on Coach Awards to Hong Kong
2. Save 25% on Club Carlson Stays
American Express Membership Rewards points are 1 of the most flexible types of points. That’s because you can transfer them to certain airlines to get Big Travel with Small Money on flights to Europe.
Starwood points, Chase Ultimate Rewards points, and Citi ThankYou points are also transferable. American Express Membership Rewards points aren’t the easiest to use compared to Chase Ultimate Rewards points, but there are a few good uses which I’ll describe in this post.
You Can Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points to Air Canada to Fly to Milan, Italy
Thinking of a European getaway or ski vacation in the New Year?
United Airlines is having a sale on award tickets to Europe this winter. You can save 20% off the number of miles required for a round-trip, coach class saver award ticket to 9 European cities.
Tickets must be booked by December 4, 2014, for travel between January 12, 2015, and March 12, 2015.
Get to Europe This Winter on United Airlines for 20% Fewer Points!
But there are restrictions! I’ll explain.
1. You can get 50,000 American Airlines miles &
2 American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge Passes with the American Airlines personal and business card. (This offer has expired.)
Now You Get 50,000 Miles and 2 Admirals Club Lounge Day Passes With the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select MasterCard and CitiBusiness AAdvantage Platinum Select World MasterCard
Via MileValue, there’s a trick you can use to avoid paying the close-in booking fee for United Airlines award tickets.
Normally, United Airlines charges an extra $75 for award tickets booked less than 21 days prior to departure (unless you have elite status, in which case the fee is lower or waived). But there’s a way to avoid the fee, although it might not always work.
With Some Extra Effort, You Could Avoid the $75 United Airlines Close-In Ticketing Fee
I’ll explain how to do it!