Air France and KLM have released the latest Flying Blue Promo Awards. And there are more cities on sale than usual!
If you live near Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Miami, or San Francisco, the new Flying Blue Promo Awards could be a good deal for you. And there are participating cities in Canada & Mexico too!
The deal is good for flights booked by September 30, 2016, for varying travel dates between November 1, 2016, and December 31, 2016.
I’ll show you how to find these discounted tickets. And give you ideas of how to earn more Flying Blue miles, save money on intra-European flights, and more!
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The new Hilton Double Up promotion is live! And it looks a little familiar.
Via One Mile at a Time, you can now complete your Hilton Double Up Promotion registration, valid until December 31, 2016. And it offers the same earning opportunity as the Summer Hilton promotion. You can earn twice the number of base points you’d normally earn on a hotel stay!
Every Hotel in the Hilton Portfolio Is Participating in This Promotion!
I’ll give you the details, and tell you if this is a good deal!
Via Doctor of Credit, you can now earn 15,000 Wyndham points (worth 1 free night at any Wyndham hotel) and a $50 statement credit with the no-annual-fee Wyndham card.
That’s a decent deal, but I’d rather pay for the annual fee version of this same card, because its sign-up bonus is worth 3 free nights at any Wyndham hotel.
We don’t earn a commission for any of the Wyndham cards, but we’ll always tell you about the best offers!
Save ~$275 Per Night When You Use Your Wyndham Points at the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa in Puerto Rico
I’ll show you how to get the better offer for the no-annual-fee Barclaycard Wyndham card. And explain why I prefer the annual fee version.
Via Doctor of Credit, the Bank of America Asiana credit card is now offering an increased sign-up bonus of 30,000 Asiana Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements. So here’s my Asiana credit card review!
The bonus grants you enough miles for a round-trip coach ticket within the US (excluding Hawaii) or Canada on Star Alliance partners like United Airlines!
The Sign-Up Bonus From the Asiana Airlines Credit Card is Enough for a Round-Trip Coach Ticket From Anywhere in the US (Excluding Hawaii) to Our Nation’s Capital!
Emily and I don’t receive a commission for this card but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!
The Asiana card could be a good option if you already have a lot of rewards earning cards. But I do NOT recommend it if you’re new to miles & points. I’ll explain.
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Via One Mile at a Time, the Delta Business Class award price to Europe has increased unexpectedly for all flights departing January 1, 2017, and after.
Although Delta stopped publishing an award chart, one-way Business Class award flights to Europe have been available for as low as 62,500 Delta miles. Now, the cheapest one-way Business Class award flights in 2017 cost 70,000 Delta miles.
It’s disappointing Delta didn’t give folks the chance to book award flights before increasing the price.
The Cost of the Cheapest One-Way Delta Business Class Award Flights to Europe Has Increased by 7,500 Delta Miles. This Change Affects New Flight Bookings Departing on January 1, 2017, and After
I’ll explain what’s going on!