Category Archives: Singapore Airlines

Top 7 Credit Cards to Get Big Travel With Small Money – March 2017

The end of winter is right around the corner!  So it’s the perfect time to start planning your spring getaway.

Lots of credit cards come with great sign-up bonuses and travel benefits, including travel creditsairport lounge access, and Global Entry reimbursements.  Some can save you thousands of dollars on your upcoming travel!

Best Travel Credit Cards March 2017

Use Miles & Points to Visit the Stunning Beaches of Durban, South Africa, Like I Did!

Here are my picks for the best travel credit cards March 2017.

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Limited Time: 50% Bonus on Citi ThankYou Point Transfers to JetBlue

Starting tomorrow, through April 30, 2017, you’ll earn a 50% bonus when you transfer Citi ThankYou points to JetBlue.

Normally, Citi ThankYou points transfer to JetBlue at a 5:4 or 2:1 ratio, depending on which type of Citi card you have.  But this deal could be worth it to lots of folks, especially if you like flying JetBlue.

Citi JetBlue Transfer Bonus

Lots of Folks Prefer JetBlue Because of the Extra Legroom, Free In-Flight Entertainment, and Unlimited Snacks!

I’ll explain why!  And help you decide whether this deal makes sense for you.

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Mostly Negative Changes Coming to Singapore Airlines’ Award Program

Mostly bad news for folks who like to redeem Singapore Airlines miles.

Via Point Me to the Plane, Singapore Airlines is increasing the price of certain award tickets and removing the current 15% discount for booking online.  These changes go into effect March 23, 2017.

That stinks, but the good news is they’ll no longer charge fuel surcharges on award tickets.

Mostly Negative Changes Coming To Singapore Airlines Award Program

After March 23, 2017, You’ll Pay Significantly MORE Miles for an Amazing First Class Suite on Singapore Airlines

I’ll explain what this news mean for you.

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5,000 Free JetBlue Points for New Loyalty Program Members!

Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you can earn 5,000 free JetBlue points by signing-up for their frequent flyer program and taking ONE paid flight.

To get in on the deal, you must register, book, and fly by April 16, 2017.  Only new JetBlue frequent flyer accounts are eligible.

JetBlue points are worth ~1.4 cents each, so 5,000 JetBlue points are worth ~$70 in JetBlue airfare (5,000 JetBlue points x 1.4 cents per point).  That’s a sweet bonus!

5000 Free JetBlue Points

5,000 JetBlue Points Is Worth ~$70 in JetBlue Flights to Awesome Destinations Like San Juan, Puerto Rico

I’ll show you how to register and make the most of this promotion!

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Best Card Strategy for Beginners in 2017

New to the world of miles & points?  You have some exciting memories ahead!

You can earn lots of airline miles and hotel points by signing-up for credit cards and using them responsibly.  If you’re just starting out, it can be difficult to figure out which cards will best help you achieve your travel dreams!

Best Travel Credit Cards 2017

Free Travel Is Just an Sign-Up Bonus or 2 Away!

I’ll help you find a credit card strategy based on your travel goals!

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This Month Only: Buy Miles for Discounted Award Tickets to Hawaii & Europe

Via One Mile at a Time, you can get up to a 125% bonus (or more if you’re targeted!) on purchased Avianca miles through February 28, 2017.

Avianca is a member of the Star Alliance, so you can use their miles to book flights on airlines like United Airlines, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, and Air Canada.  And pay fewer miles on certain routes!

Avianca Buy Miles Promotion

Get Up to a 125 % (or 135% if You’re Targeted!) Bonus When You Buy Avianca Miles Through February 28, 2017

I’ll explain the details of this offer.  And help you decide whether it makes sense for you!

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Pay Fewer United Airlines Miles for Certain Flights to Hawaii and Visit More Islands for Less!

Dreaming of a trip to Hawaii?  Good news!  United Airlines has stopped charging extra for inter-island flights on award tickets from the mainland US.

It will now only cost you 45,000 United Airlines miles to fly round-trip from the mainland US to Hawaii in coach, even if you have to transfer between 2 different Hawaiian islands.

Before, you’d pay 57,000 United Airlines miles for a round-trip coach award ticket that included an inter-island leg.

United Airlines Miles To Hawaii

You Can Relax Knowing You’ll Spend Fewer United Airlines Miles on Your Trip to Paradise

I’ll explain what this means for you.  And remind you of other ways to fly to Hawaii with miles & points!

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Chase Ink Business Preferred Versus Ink Cash

Both the Chase Ink Business Preferred and Ink Cash cards offer great perks and earn Chase Ultimate Rewards, my favorite kind of points.

But if you’re trying to decide which card is right for you, it isn’t as simple as comparing sign-up bonuses and annual fees!

Chase Ink Business Preferred Versus Ink Cash

Comparing Credit Cards Can Be Like Comparing Apples to Oranges. But Your Decision Shouldn’t Be Based on Sign-Up Bonuses and Annual Fees Alone

I’ll explain the differences (and similarities!) between these cards.  And help you decide which card makes sense for you!

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Planning a European Vacation With Ink Business Preferred 80,000-Point Bonus

Looking to travel to Europe?  You can transfer the 80,000 point sign-up bonus from the Ink Business Preferred℠ card to Chase’s terrific airline partners for award flights to popular destinations like Dublin, London, and Paris!

And because Chase has partners from all 3 major alliances, you can book award tickets on dozens of airlines, including Air France, Delta, and Lufthansa!

With remaining points, you can book free hotel stays at chains like Hyatt or IHG.  And if you need more Chase Ultimate Rewards points, you can combine your existing points from cards like the Chase Freedom or Chase Sapphire Preferred.

Or you can redeem points directly through the Chase Ultimate Rewards travel portal to get $1,000 worth of travel!

Chase Points For Trip To Europe

Take Off to London or Many Other European Cities Using the Ink Business Preferred Sign-Up Bonus to Book Award Flights and Free Hotel Nights!

I’ll show you how to use your points to get Big Travel to Europe!

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Exploit the “Excursionist” United Airlines Loophole: Part 2 – How to Use United.com to Book Award Flights

United Airlines recently changed their MileagePlus program, including some of their award flight booking rules.  For some folks, booking award flights has become trickier and even more expensive.

But for others, via Travel is Free, United Airlines’ new policies will provide great value.

This is due to a new rule under the United Airlines award program called Excursionist Perk.  The Excursionist Perk is a free one-way flight you can book in addition to a round-trip or multi-city itinerary.

Exploit The Excursionist United Airlines Loophole Part 2 How To Use United.com To Book Award Flights

Understanding the United Airlines Award Chart Is Key to Getting Maximum Value From the Free One-Way Flight

In this article, I’ll teach you how to navigate through United.com to book award flights!  

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