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How Will the American Airlines and US Airways New AAdvantage Program Affect You?

American Airlines explained how they’ll combine their AAdvantage frequent flyer program with US Airways Dividend Miles today, as part of their merger with US Airways.  And it’s generally good news, because not a lot is changing.

Some folks were worried there would be major negative changes, like award tickets costing more miles, or transitioning to a revenue-based program (where you earn miles based on the cost of your ticket and not the distance flown) like Delta and United Airlines have done.

I’m happy to report that American Airlines is not changing their award chart or making any major changes to how you earn miles!  Most of the changes will impact folks with elite status.

How Will The American Airlines And US Airways New AAdvantage Program Affect You

The New AAdvantage Program: Good News for Most Folks!

Let’s look at what’s changing and what it means for you.

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Today’s Choice Points Sale a Good Deal for Southwest Companion Pass & European Hotels

Folks looking to earn their Southwest Companion Pass (the best deal in domestic travel!) and those interested in saving money at hotels in Europe can get a good deal with this sale on Choice Hotel points.

Until 5:00 pm Eastern Time today, you’ll get a 50% bonus when you buy points through the Choice Hotels website.  Normally, you’ll pay $11 per 1,000 points.  With this deal, you’ll get 1,500 points for $11, or ~0.73 cents each.

Todays Choice Points Sale A Good Deal For Southwest Companion Pass And European Hotels

Get a 50% Bonus on Purchased Points From Choice Hotels Today Only

I’ll explain how this flash sale can help you get the best deal in domestic airfare!

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You Might Be Eligible for a 50,000 US Airways Miles Card

Via Mommy Points, you can get 50,000 US Airways miles from the US Airways card after your 1st purchase and payment of the $89 annual fee.  But you have to be targeted.

You Might Be Eligible For A 50,000 US Airways Miles Card

Did You Get the 50,000 US Airways Miles Card Offer?

Also special thanks to Million Mile Secrets reader JS who commented on an offer which gets 10,000 miles for renewing the card after the 1st year.

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“Our Credit Scores Have Gone Up Dramatically Since We Began Applying for Multiple Rewards Earning Credit Cards”

Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!

Miles & Points Interview:   Getting My Points High

Bethany writes Getting My Points High to share her obsession for traveling using miles & points.  She also wants to help others learn how to collect points to travel anywhere in the world for almost free.  Visit her site to enter to win a $25 Target gift card!

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Getting My Points High - Interview With Bethany

Bethany in Krabi, Thailand

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Award Flights to Hawaii Just Got Cheaper for Everyone With Chase Points!

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Korean Air changed its partner award chart this week.  And because of that you can now transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Korean Air (and then fly on Delta) to Hawaii for just 25,000 miles in coach and 45,000 miles in Business Class from the US!

To get to Hawaii, other airlines charge anywhere from 35,000 to 45,000 miles in coach and up to 80,000 miles for Business Class!

Korean Air Hawaii

Aloha! You Can Now Use Korean Air Miles to Fly to Hawaii on Delta for Only 25,000 Miles Round-Trip in Coach, or 45,000 Miles in Business Class!

This is an amazing deal, because most other airlines charge many more miles for award tickets to Hawaii!

And I’ll explain why this makes Chase Ultimate Rewards points the BEST for getting to Hawaii.

However, note that a supervisor wasn’t able to actually book the flights at the lower level because their systems have not yet updated.  But the supervisor acknowledged the new award chart which requires fewer miles.

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