News You Can Use – Chase Air Tran With 32 Credits [Expired] & Priority Club Points Break List
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1. Chase Air Tran. Million Mile Secrets reader Paul (thanks!) emailed with links to a better Air Tran offer with 32 credits after spending $2,000 within 3 months. This is better than the usual offer of 16 credits.
You can transfer Air Tran credits to Southwest and vice versa, so this may be useful as a way to get more Southwest travel. But I prefer the 50,000 points offers on the Southwest Plus credit cards than 32 credits on the Air Tran credit card, because the 50,000 points currently counts towards the Southwest Companion Pass and are easier to use than credits.
2. Priority Club Points Break. Via Loyalty Lobby, the latest list of Priority Club Points Break hotels is out. Hotels on the PointsBreak list cost only 5,000 points for a night (the regular rate is 10,000 to 50,000 points)!
Priority Club hotels include Candlewood Suites, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hotel Indigo, Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts, and Staybridge Suites brand hotels.
The current list isn’t as long as previous lists, but perhaps you’ll find something useful!
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