Category Archives: Iberia

Having a Baby? These Airlines Will Let You Put Your Elite Status on Hold

New parents know that having a child can temporarily slow down your travel plans!  Especially if you take parental leave from a job that normally requires a lot of flying.

If you don’t maintain your usual level of travel, you could lose your airline elite status.  But via Head for Points, there are a handful of airlines which will allow you suspend or “hold” your elite status while you take parental leave.

Having A Baby These Airlines Will Let You Put Your Elite Status On Hold

Don’t Cry! Certain Airlines Will Allow You to Suspend Your Elite Status While You Take Maternity or Parental Leave

I’ll explain how it works!

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Increased Sign-Up Bonus for LANPASS Card, Enough for Round-Trip to South America or Caribbean

Via Reddit, through July 31, 2016, you can earn 30,000 LAN miles with the US Bank LANPASS Visa Signature card after meeting minimum spending requirements.

This could be an interesting option for folks who already have a lot of cards, need miles for short-haul flights, or are planning a trip to South America.

But this is NOT a good card if you’re new to the hobby of miles & points.  Because there are better cards that offer higher sign-up bonuses and more flexible miles and points.

Increased Sign-Up Bonus For LANPASS Card Enough For Round-Trip To South America Or Caribbean

LAN Miles Can Be Valuable for Folks Planning to Visit Multiple Spots in South America, Like Stunning Machu Picchu In Peru!

Emily and I don’t earn a commission on this offer, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals.

I’ll show you who should consider this card and what you can do with 30,000 LAN miles!

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Beginner’s Guide to Using Flexible Points for Big Travel With Small Money

In our interview series, we always ask, “What do you now know about collecting miles and points which you wish you knew when you started out?”

The most common answer interviewees give is that they wish they would have started sooner.  Even if you’re unsure of your travel goals, starting to earn transferable points now will give you lots of options for your future trip plans.

Because transferable points programs have dozens of airline and hotel partners, you’ll have the flexibility to choose where to move your points when you’re ready to use them.

Beginner's Guide To Using Flexible Points For Big Travel With Small Money

Dreaming of Big Travel? Transferable Points Give You the Most Flexibility When You’re Ready to Plan Your Trip!

Let’s take a detailed look at the 4 major transferable points programs.

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Won’t Last! Round-Trip Flights to Europe ~$524+!

The Flight Deal reports American Airlines, Delta, and United Airlines have cut prices to popular European destinations this fall and winter. 

They use the example of San Francisco to Istanbul for ~$524.

I searched Google Flights and found New York non-stop to Barcelona round-trip on Delta for ~$585 in November 2016!

Won't Last Europe On Sale Round Trip Flights 500 To 600

Act Fast to Find Cheap Flights From Many US Cities to Europe, Such as New York Non-Stop to Barcelona for ~$585 in November!

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Family Travel: Use Miles to Visit Study Abroad Students in Europe

Are you planning a family trip to visit your son or daughter studying abroad in Europe?

There are many ways to use rewards credit cards to save thousands of dollars off regular airfare prices for your trip.

Family Travel Friday Part 1 How To Use Miles To Visit Your Child Studying Abroad In Europe

Use Miles to Visit Your Son or Daughter Abroad in Florence and Take in the Panoramic Views

I’ll give you helpful hints and ideas for making a family trip to Europe possible using miles and points.

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