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News You Can Use – AMEX OPEN Hyatt Discount Ending, 40,000 Miles With Korean SkyPass Visa, 7,500 Miles Off American Airlines Flights, and 20% Marriott Transfer Bonus

1.   AMEX OPEN Discounts at Hyatt Won’t Return Next Year

Through the AMEX OPEN savings program, you can currently earn 5% back or 2X points at Hyatt with AMEX small business cards like:

This discount is in addition to any category bonuses or additional savings your get with your card.

Unfortunately, this perk is coming to an end January 1, 2016.

News You Can Use AMEX OPEN Hyatt Discount Ending 40,000 Miles With Korean SkyPass Visa 7,500 Miles Off American Airlines Flights And 20 Marriott Transfer Bonus

Starting January 1, 2016, You’ll No Longer Save 5% at Hyatt Hotels Like the Park Hyatt New York With Your AMEX Small Business Card

However, there are lots of other ways you can continue to save 5% or earn 2X points with AMEX OPEN at:

  • FedEx
  • Hertz
  • HP (online)
  • Barnes & Noble (online)

If you still want to save 5% on Hyatt stays next year and beyond, you can purchase gift cards from Hyatt and use them later.  Just keep in mind that Hyatt gift cards are only good at Hyatt hotels in the US, Canada, and the Caribbean.

2.   40,000 Miles With the Korean Air SkyPass Visa (Targeted)

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Reminder: Free Admission to Museums With Your Bank of America Card This Weekend!

Don’t forget this weekend you can get into museums for free with your Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) credit or debit card.

This deal is good for 1 admission per cardholder at over 150 locations around the US on the 1st full weekend of each month.

Reminder Free Admission To Museums With Your Bank Of America Card This Weekend

You Can Visit the Houston Zoo and Other Cultural Centers for Free With Your Bank of America Card!

Check out the full list of participating locations to see if there’s a zoo, aquarium, or museum that fits in with your plans for the weekend.

To get in for free, just show a valid photo ID along with a Bank of America debit or credit card such as:

Let me know in the comments if you’re able to take advantage of this deal!

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Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Loses a Transfer Partner

December 7, 2015, will be the last day to transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Amtrak.

Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Will Lose Amtrak As A Transfer Partner On December 7, 2015

All Aboard! Transfer Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Points to Amtrak by December 7, 2015

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Blog Giveaway: 20,000 Hilton Points!

Giveaway time!  We’re always happy to surprise our readers with prizes.  I hope you win!  This week we’re giving away 20,000 Hilton hotel points.

Blog Giveaway 20000 Hilton Points

If You Win, You Could Use Your Hilton Points Towards a Stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort

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For Free Domestic Flights, Better to Collect Southwest or British Airways Points?

If you travel frequently within North America, you can save miles and points by using British Airways Avios points for short-haul award tickets on its partners Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, and US Airways.

Or save by using Southwest points for cheap award flights, especially when there’s a seat sale (an even better deal if you have the Southwest Companion Pass!).

With the increased sign-up bonuses on the Chase British Airways and Chase Southwest Premier cards, now is a great time to collect a lot of points quickly!

But which program is a better deal for domestic travelers?

For Free Domestic Flights Better To Collect Southwest Or British Airways Points

You Can Save Miles & Points on Domestic Flights by Choosing the Right Frequent Flyer Program

Let’s look at what you should consider when deciding between British Airways Avios points or Southwest points for your domestic award travel!  Or if it’s worth considering both programs!

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