Starting May 24, 2016, you can use Singapore Airlines miles to book a Premium Economy award ticket.
And starting June 1, 2016, you’ll be able to use miles to upgrade a paid coach ticket to Premium Economy or a paid Premium Economy ticket to Business Class.
It’s easy to earn Singapore Airlines miles because you can transfer points from all 4 flexible points programs.
But in most cases, using Singapore Airlines miles to book Premium Economy award tickets is NOT a good deal.
Starting May 24, You Can Use Singapore Airlines Miles to Book Premium Economy Award Seats
I’ll explain if this new option is a good way to use miles!
Posted in Air Canada, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Airlines, Alaska Airlines, ANA, Cathay Pacific, Membership Rewards, Singapore Airlines, Travel Tips, Ultimate Rewards
Great news for folks with AMEX Membership Rewards points! Via View From the Wing, you can now transfer your points to Etihad. And there are some award flights that are great deals!
For example, you can use Etihad miles to pay fewer points on airline partner American Airlines for a Business Class or First Class ticket to Asia or Europe. And, you’ll save miles on First Class flights within the mainland US and Canada!
Etihad Is the Newest AMEX Membership Rewards Transfer Partner. Use Etihad Miles to Get Great Deals on Certain Flights, Like on Airline Partner American Airlines
I’ll explain how it works!
Posted in Air Berlin, Air New Zealand, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, American Airlines, American Express, AMEX Blue for Business, AMEX Business Gold Rewards, AMEX EveryDay, AMEX EveryDay Preferred, AMEX Mercedes-Benz Platinum, AMEX Platinum, AMEX Premier Rewards Gold, ANA, Business Credit Cards, Business Platinum, Credit Cards, Etihad, Membership Rewards, oneworld, Save Money, Travel Tips, Virgin Australia
I’ll show you credit cards that work well together to help you get Big Travel with Small Money!
I’ll Show You Which Card Combinations Earn the Most Points for Your Everyday Spending Like Shopping and Dining Out
Here are 3 great combinations for earning more miles, points, or cash back!
Posted in Air France, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Express, AMEX EveryDay Preferred, AMEX Fidelity, AMEX Premier Rewards Gold, AMEX Simply Cash, ANA, Beginner Tips, British Airways, British Airways, Business Credit Cards, Chase, Chase Freedom, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Citi Double Cash, Citibank, Credit Cards, Credit Cards, Delta Skymiles, Discover, Discover It, Earn Miles, Fidelity, Hotel Award Booking, Hotels, Hyatt, KLM, Korean Airlines, Membership Rewards, oneworld, Shopping, Star Alliance, TAP Air Portugal, Travel Tips, Ultimate Rewards, United Airlines, United Award Booking, VIrgin America, Virgin Australia
This summer, there are new routes to interesting destinations ranging from huge cities like Singapore to small towns on Cape Cod, and everything in between! And hopefully, it’ll mean more ways to redeem your miles and points!
Buffalo/Niagara Falls Is 1 of the New Destinations You Can Visit Using Miles and Points!
I’ll tell you about the new routes. And give you ideas about how to use miles and points for award seats!
Posted in Air Canada, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Airlines, American Express, AMEX Starwood (SPG), ANA, Barclays, Barclays Arrival, Chase, Chase Ink Bold, Chase Ink Plus, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Citi Thank You Points, Citi Thank You Premier, Citibank, Credit Cards, Delta Skymiles, JetBlue, Membership Rewards, Save Money, Singapore Airlines, Star Alliance, Starwood (SPG), Travel Tips, Ultimate Rewards, United Airlines, United Award Booking, US Bank Flex Perks
Trying to figure out how to get an award flight for the fewest number of miles or points? It can be time-consuming (and confusing!) to check and compare different airline award charts.
Now, there’s a way to find out the number of miles required for your trip using miles from several different airlines. All in 1 spot!
TravelCodex has created the “How Many Miles Award Tool.“ It lets you search how many miles you need to travel between 2 cities using popular frequent flyer programs, like American Airlines, British Airways, and United Airlines.
Save Time (and Frustration) Searching for Awards That Cost the Fewest Miles
I’ll show you how the tool works for both new and experienced travelers. And share its limitations.
Posted in Air Berlin, Air Canada, Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Express, ANA, Avianca, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Chase, Citibank, Credit Cards, Delta Skymiles, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Membership Rewards, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Travel Technology, Travel Tips, United Airlines