You’re the best blog readers in the world! To thank you, this week we’re giving away 20,000 Alaska Airlines miles.
You Could Win Alaska Airlines Miles!
Are you planning medium or long-haul domestic award flights in the next few months? Do you live in a city not served by many nonstop American Airlines flights? And do you have a lot of American Airlines miles?
If so, you might save miles by booking Citi AAdvantage American Airlines reduced mileage awards!
The new list of Citi AAdvantage American Airlines reduced mileage award cities is out. You could save 5,000 to 7,500 miles on award tickets between specific destinations which change each month.
But only if you hold certain Citi American Airlines cards.
And there’s good news! American Airlines no longer charges a phone booking fee for reduced mileage awards. In the past, American Airlines charged $25 per ticket.
Spend Fewer Miles With American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards
American Airlines publishes the list of eligible destinations every other month, with discounts listed for the next 4 months.
Million Mile Secrets reader Hemang commented:
I recall a couple of your past posts where you had used airline miles to book First Class/Business Class tickets for travel to India.
Can you please remind me, which airline miles should one accumulate for such a redemption? I am collecting miles on American Airlines.
If I recall correctly, you had mentioned collecting Alaska Airlines and American Airlines miles and using them on other international airlines.
Hemang Can Use American Airlines Miles to Fly to Delhi, India
Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Trips With Tykes
Leslie writes Trips With Tykes to help make traveling with young children easier and less confusing.
Leslie Flying Air Canada Business Class to Montreal With Both Kids
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How and when did you start collecting miles and points?
British Airways has made some big changes to its Executive Club award program, which start on April 28, 2015.
They’ll have a new award chart, and are changing the ways you earn points from flying on British Airways.
The good news is, there will NOT be much difference for folks who:
But if you’re someone who earns Avios points from flying on British Airways, or you like to use your points for Business or First Class award tickets, you might not be so happy with the news!
(Or if you’re a blogger right in the middle of publishing a series on how to book British Airways award flights!)
Earning and Spending British Airways Avios Points Will Change on April 28, 2015. Thankfully, the Cheap Domestic Flights in Coach Are NOT Going Away!
Bookings made before April 28, 2015 aren’t affected by the program updates. Let’s see how it will affect you!