Category Archives: Frontier

Add Your Known Traveler Number to Get Through Security Faster Next Time You Fly

Now that 30 airlines participate in PreCheck, it’s easy to save time at the airport by avoiding long security lines!

If you have Global Entry or TSA PreCheck, you can get an expedited security screening.  But to enter the PreCheck line, you must add your Known Traveler Number (KTN) to your airline reservations.

How To Add Your Known Traveler Number

Speed Through Airport Security With TSA PreCheck. But First, Add Your Known Traveler Number to Your Airline Accounts

I’ll show you how to add your Known Traveler Number on 6 major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest!

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TSA PreCheck Adds 11 More Airlines: Spirit, Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, and More

If you already enjoy a faster airport security with TSA PreCheck, I have good news!  And for folks who are NOT enrolled in TSA PreCheck, you now have even more reason to sign-up!

Via Travel Skills, TSA PreCheck has added 11 more airlines to the list of participants, including popular airlines like Avianca, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, and Spirit Airlines.  There are also smaller airlines, like Canadian charter airline Sunwing, which could be useful for folks who fly to Canada.

TSA PreCheck Adds 11 More Airlines Spirit Virgin Atlantic Emirates And More

TSA PreCheck Will Get You Through Airport Security Faster

I’ll show you how to get TSA PreCheck, and remind you of the perks of the program.

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Top 5 US Cities for Cheap Flights

If you’re looking for a great deal on your next getaway, you may have better luck than others if you live in one of these 5 cities!

Top 5 US Cities For Cheap Flights

Which US Cities Are Most Likely to Have Great Flight Deals?

Here’s a list of US cities where you’re most likely to find cheap flights!

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Ultimate Guide to Big Travel With AMEX Membership Rewards Points: Part 3 – Best Ways to Fly Within Continental US

You get lots of travel flexibility with AMEX Membership Rewards points.  Because if you don’t have set travel plans for a future trip, these transferable points give you the option to choose from multiple airline partners when the time comes.

Folks in the miles & points hobby know earning transferable points, like AMEX Membership Rewards points, are the best way to get Big Travel.  

The AMEX Membership Rewards points program has 20 direct airline and hotel partners.  Plus, you’ll get access to other indirect partners as well!  So you’ll have lots of choices when planning flights within the continental US.

Or you can keep it simple and use AMEX Pay With Points to book flights through the Membership Rewards travel portal and get a fixed amount per point.

American Express Membership Rewards Points For US Flights

There Are Plenty of Ways to Use AMEX Membership Rewards Points for Flights Within the US!

I’ll show you the best ways to use American Express Membership Rewards Points for US Flights!

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Fare Sales! $20 One-Way With Frontier, $34 JetBlue, $39 Southwest

Fare deal alert!  Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, and Southwest have limited-time fare sales with flights starting at $20 one-way.

These sales include flights to warm destinations like Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.  Perfect for a quick winter getaway!

I found flights from Atlanta to Orlando departing January 10, 2017, and returning January 14, 2017, for ~$47 round-trip on Frontier Airlines.

And flights from Newark to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, leaving January 25, 2017, and returning January 31, 2017, for ~$361 round-trip.

You must book the Frontier Airlines sale fares by TODAY, January 4, 2017, the JetBlue sale fares by January 5, 2017, and the Southwest sale fares by January 26, 2017.  Plus, blackout dates apply to certain routes.

Fare Sales 20 One Way With Frontier 34 JetBlue 39 Southwest

Escape Winter With Cheap Flights to Tropical Destinations, Like the Dominican Republic!

Here are the details.  And how to search for deals from your city!

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Which Airline Is Best for AMEX Business Platinum Pay With Points?

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Million Mile Secrets reader, Kim, tweeted:

Any advice on how to pick the best airline for The Enhanced Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN to get 50% points back with Pay With Points

Fantastic question, Kim!

Using AMEX Pay With Points with the AMEX Business Platinum card is a flexible way to book flights without blackout dates.  And you’ll get 50% of your points back for coach tickets booked with Pay With Points.  But only on your selected airline.

Plus, the AMEX Business Platinum $200 statement credit for airline incidentals only applies to your selected airline.  So this can impact your decision, too.

AMEX Business Platinum Airline Choice

Thinking About Which Airline to Choose for AMEX Pay With Points? I’ll Help You Decide!

I’ll explain if there’s a benefit of choosing one airline over another!

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Trick to Keep Your Airline Miles From Expiring Using Uber

With most airline loyalty programs, you have to earn miles or use them by a set date to prevent them from expiring.

To reset the clock, there’s an easy way to to earn airline miles from Uber rides.

Use Thanks Again to earn 25 points on every Uber ride (even cheap fares).  Then, transfer the points to 7 eligible airlines to keep your existing miles or points from expiring.

Earn Airline Miles With Uber

Tick, Tock! I’ll Show You an Easy Way to Earn Points to Keep Your Airline Miles From Expiring With Uber Rides!

I’ll show you how it’s easy to earn and redeem Thanks Again points to keep your airline account active!

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The Ultimate Guide to Unaccompanied Minors: Part 1 – North American Airline Policies

Sending children to fly by themselves as Unaccompanied Minors is a big milestone for kids and parents alike.

If it’s your first time booking your children to fly solo on paid or award tickets, airline regulations, procedures, and fees can be confusing.  Each airline is different, and it’s important to be aware of the rules before you book!

Unaccompanied Minors Airlines

Sending Your Kids Solo? You’ll Need to Know Your Airline’s Unaccompanied Minor Policies Before You Make Their Reservation!

So I’ve created a handy list of Unaccompanied Minor policies for major North American airlines.

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New Cheaper United Airlines Coach Fares – Are They a Good Deal?

United Airlines has introduced a new, cheaper fare class that will soon be available for purchase.

Via View From the Wing, United Airlines will begin selling their new “Basic Economy” fare in January 2017, for travel beginning around April 2017.  This new fare will come with a whole list of restrictions, including NO large carry-ons, seat selection, or elite qualifying miles.

I love it when airlines lower their prices, but not at the expense of basics like my carry-on bag or choice of seat.  That said, this could be a good deal for folks who just want the cheapest price.

United Airlines Basic Economy

Will You Be as Happy With a Basic Economy Fare as United Airlines Makes It Seem?

I’ll explain what you can expect with this new Basic Economy fare.  And how to decide if it’s a good deal for you.

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4 Easy Steps to Select Your $200 AMEX Airline Credit

If you have an AMEX Platinum Card of any kind, you’re eligible to receive a $200 airline incidental fee credit on an airline of your choice each calendar year.

That can help you save money on things like checked bags, day passes to airline lounges, in-flight food and drinks, and more!

But to take advantage, you have to select your airline!

AMEX Platinum Airline Credit

Head to a Lounge Before Your Flight and Let AMEX Cover You up to $200 per Year on Your Selected Airline!

I’ll show you how!

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