Via The Points Guy, you can fly from Washington – Baltimore (BWI) or Boston to Reykjavik, London, or Copenhagen for as little as $99 1-way!
You can get this deal with WOW Air, a low cost airline from Iceland. This sale is to promote their new flights from Reykjavik to Boston (beginning March 2015) and Washington – Baltimore (June 2015).
Smiling Airplanes and Low Fares…Is WOW Air a Good Deal to Europe?
You can book directly on the WOW Air website. The fares seem very low! But is it a good deal?
You can save 20% on Virgin America flights or fly for as little as $39 1-way on Frontier Airlines. But both sales end October 14, 2014, at midnight!
You Can Save on Flights to Florida This Winter With These Sales
I’ll tell you about the restrictions!
Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Crazy 4 Rewards
Anabelle writes Crazy 4 Rewards to share their experiences using miles and points and to also post some of their couponing deals. She’s also giving away a $25 Amazon gift card.
You an follow Crazy 4 Rewards on Twitter.
Anabella and Jorge at a Wedding in Temecula, California
Save 20% on domestic JetBlue flights booked by October 8, 2014, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time (tomorrow!). And you can also save 15% on JetBlue international flights.
Frontier Airlines is also having a sale! Save 14% off domestic flights purchased by October 9, 2014, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
Save 20% With JetBlue on Domestic Flights or 15% on International Flights to Places Such as Cancun, Mexico. Or Save 14% Off Domestic Flights on Frontier Airlines.
I’ll explain the restrictions!
American Express Premier Rewards Gold cardholders will no longer get bonus points for spending $30,000 in a calendar year. This change takes effect in 2015.
So you WILL get the American Express Membership Rewards bonus points this year, but you’ll no longer have the same incentive next year.
You Can Transfer AMEX Membership Rewards Points to Partner Airlines Such as British Airways
So is this card worth keeping or should you look for an alternative?