Category Archives: British Airways

Save Points (and Money) Using the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal

My favorite use of Chase Ultimate Rewards points is transferring them to airline and hotel partners for Big Travel with Small Money.

But sometimes you’re better off using points to book airfare through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.

Right now, there are great sign-up bonuses on the Chase Ink Plus and Chase Ink Cash cards.  And you can use Chase Ultimate Rewards points earned with these cards to book discounted travel through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.

Save Points And Money Using The Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal

Save Money (and Points!) When You Use Chase Ultimate Rewards Points to Book Airfare and More Through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal

Let’s see when it’s a better deal to use points to pay for airfare instead of transferring them to airlines!

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Limited Time: $300 Cash Back or 30,000 Points With Chase Ink Cash

For a limited time, the sign-up bonus on the Chase Ink Cash business card has been increased to $300 or 30,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after meeting minimum spending requirements.

Usually, the sign-up bonus is $200 or 20,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points.  So now is a great time to get this card, especially because it has NO annual fee!

Note:   Chase says this offer will end on May 25, 2015.

30,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points is worth $375 when you buy flights or hotels through the Chase Travel portal.  I’ll explain!

Limited Time 300 Cash Back Or 30,000 Points With Chase Ink Cash

You’ll Get $300 Bonus Cash Back or 30,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points With the Chase Ink Cash

Keep reading to find out how you can get cash or combine the points with another popular Chase card to Get Big Travel with Small Money!

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The Cheapest Way to Hawaii From the West Coast With Miles & Points

This post was written by Kam from Awardadvocate, a service that helps folks book award flights.

Hawaii is a dream destination for many folks.  And you can get there for cheap from the West Coast with British Airways Avios points!

British Airways Avios points are easy to earn.  I’ll show you how!

The Cheapest Way To Hawaii From The West Coast With Miles Points

Did You Know You Can Get From the West Coast to Hawaii for Just 25,000 British Airways Avios Points Round-Trip? There Are Credit Card Sign-Up Bonuses That Will Give You Enough Points for TWO of Those Round-Trip Flights!

There are lots of non-stop flights on Alaska Airlines from the West Coast to the Hawaiian Islands.  And because British Airways has a distance-based award chart, it only costs 25,000 British Airways Avios points to fly round-trip!

I’ll show you how to book these cheap award flights!

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News You Can Use – 7,000 JetBlue Points, Free Movie Ticket With Visa, 500 Easy Southwest Points, & More!

1.   7,000 JetBlue Bonus Points After Your 1st Flight (New Members Only)

One Mile at a Time reports, new members can earn 7,000 JetBlue bonus points.  To earn the points. sign-up for JetBlue frequent flyer account (through this link), book a paid flight on JetBlue, and travel by June 18, 2015.

News You Can Use 7,000 JetBlue Points Free Movie Ticket With Visa 500 Easy Southwest Points More

Get 7,000 JetBlue Bonus Points When You Create a New Account and Fly JetBlue by June 18, 2015

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Which Big Citi Sign-Up Bonus Should You Apply For?

It’s an excellent time to consider signing-up for a new Citi card.  That’s because the sign-up bonus on several of their cards is now 50,000 points or miles!

You’ll earn 50,000 Citi ThankYou points when you complete the minimum spending requirement on both the Citi Prestige and Citi ThankYou Premier cards.

And for a limited time, you can earn 50,000 American Airlines miles with the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select personal and business cards after meeting minimum spending requirements.  Or from the Citi Executive AAdvantage card!

Which Big Citi Sign Up Bonus Should You Apply For

Earn LOTS of Big Travel With Citi’s Current Credit Card Offers

But how do you decide which cards are best for you?  It depends on your travel goals!

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