There are 4 new AMEX Offers to save folks on travel related spending! You can earn statement credits when you make purchases at Loews Hotels, Westin Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, and Aerolineas Argentinas.
Some of these offers are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify. And then add the deal to your card to take advantage of the offer.
I love AMEX Offers because they can save you money on purchases you may have already been planning!
With the New AMEX Offer, You Could Save $50 on a $250+ Purchase at Westin Hotels Like the Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka’anapali
Let’s take a look at 4 new deals that can save you money!
With these new AMEX Offers, you can get a Virgin Atlantic discount. And statement credits at HotelStorm hotels and Red Lion hotels.
Some of these deals are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify. And then add the deal to your card to take advantage of the offer.
And don’t forget, you can get these discounts more than once if you have multiple AMEX cards.
Save Money When You Use Your Registered AMEX Card to Book a Hotel Through HotelStorm!
Let’s take a look at ways you can save!
Virgin America has an easy way to get free points!
Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you’ll get 500 Virgin America points when you sign-up to receive e-mail announcements from Virgin Hotels by September 30, 2016.
pro Use Virgin America Points to Fly to San Francisco or Many Other Destinations!
I’ll tell you how to sign-up!
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Million Mile Secrets reader Gee commented:
Is it true that Chase Ultimate Rewards points transferred to a spouse’s United Airlines account have a limited shelf life and if not used within a certain time frame are then forfeited?
Good question, Gee!
Once you transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to an airline or hotel loyalty account, the policies of the individual loyalty program (including points expiration date) apply. And each loyalty program has its own rules.
In this case, if you transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to a spouse’s United Airlines frequent flyer account, the miles would NOT expire so long as the spouse has activity in the account (earning or redeeming) within 18 months.
If You Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards Points to Your Spouse’s United Airlines Account, They’ll Expire After 18 Months of No Activity
I’ll remind you about Chase’s rules for transferring Ultimate Rewards points to other people’s airline and hotel accounts. And the points expiration rules of their airline and hotel transfer partners.
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Looking for an easy way to complete minimum spending requirements or earn extra miles & points? Now Plastiq is giving you a way to do it!
Plastiq will have a reduced fee of 1.75% when you use a MasterCard credit card to schedule 6+ future rent or mortgage payments through September 30, 2016, at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
The New Plastiq Promotion Can Help You Earn Credit Card Rewards When You Schedule 6+ Rent or Mortgage Payments With a MasterCard
I’ll show you how to lock-in the lower transaction fee.
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