Airport lounges are a great way to make your travel experience more enjoyable. Lounges can vary by airport, but they usually offer perks like free Wi-Fi, drinks and snacks (or even full meals!), and comfortable chairs.
Often times, there are several airport lounges in the same terminal. So how do you decide which lounge to visit?
There’s a terrific website and app called LoungeBuddy, which provides details like specific airport lounge locations, cost, and featured amenities. And folks can even share personal reviews of their experience at the lounge.
LoungeBuddy Is a Great Tool for Folks Looking to Find the Best Airport Lounges, Like the Virgin America Loft Lounge in Los Angeles
A few years ago, I interviewed Tyler, the founder of LoungeBuddy. Since then, there have been many enhancements to the app!
I’ll explain how you can use LoungeBuddy to improve your travel experience!
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Via NoMasCoach, you can use your status with another airline to get elite status with Alaska Airlines.
This means you can enjoy perks with Alaska Airlines like earning bonus miles, free checked bags, seat upgrades, and more!
And it’s not hard to match your status. You just have to email Alaska Airlines! Plus, once you’re matched, you’ll have the status through the end of 2017.
Request a Status Match From Alaska Airlines and Enjoy the Perks Through 2017!
I’ll explain how to match your status!
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The Chase Ink Plus and The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN are 2 small business credit cards that earn flexible points. Transferable points are my favorite because you’ll have many options for Big Travel With Small Money.
And both small business cards offer a sign-up bonus after meeting minimum spending requirements. Plus, you can accumulate bonus points in certain spending categories. You’ll also get certain purchase protections while traveling and shopping when you pay with either card.
Earning Transferable Points on Small Business Cards Like the Chase Ink Plus or AMEX Business Gold Can Help You Get Big Travel! Like Flying Business Class to or From Tahiti!
I’ll compare the perks of both cards. And explain which card might work best for your small business!
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Via View From the Wing, you’ll get 500 free Virgin America points when you sign-up to receive an email newsletter from Virgin Produced by October 26, 2016.
It only takes a minute to sign-up! And although this isn’t a lot of points, it’s the 3rd time in ~1 month that Virgin America has offered free points.
Earning Free Virgin America Points From Promotions Can Add Up!
I’ll show you how to get the free points. And remind you of ways to earn and use Virgin America points!
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I recently took my first flight on Virgin America, from San Francisco to New York City.
I had low expectations for the flight. Virgin America is known for its chic atmosphere, and I expected a lot of smoke and mirrors instead of quality service and overall performance. But I was pleasantly surprised!
Virgin America Impressed Me With Their Sleek Planes, Efficient Service, and Passenger-Friendly Perks!
I’ll share my thoughts on the flight and my full Virgin America review!