News You Can Use – 10,000 Spirit Airlines Miles, 20% Off Hyatt, and More!
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1. 10,000 Spirit Airlines Miles
Via Mommy Points, you can get up to 10,000 Spirit Airlines miles when you combine the following 3 promotions.
10,000 Spirit Airlines miles can get you a 2 round-trip off-peak award tickets for flights of 1,249 miles 1-way or less. So you and your partner could fly from Chicago to Fort Lauderdale for 10,000 Spirit Airlines miles round-trip.
You have to pay for carry-on bags, checked bags, assigned seats, and water, but a free flight could be worth it to some folks. Although it’s not worth it to me!
A. 8,000 Free Spirit Airlines Miles for Hating an Airline
I wrote about this before, but the offer is still around: you can get 8,000 Spirit Airlines miles when you tell Spirit Airlines how much you hate them or another airline.
Each person can only get the promotion once.
B. 1,000 Spirit Airlines Miles for Shopping
When you shop at the “Free Spirit Online Mall,” you can get 1,000 Spirit Airlines miles on your 1st purchase by December 31, 2014.
There’s no minimum purchase required and some stores, like Target are offering free shipping. So you can buy a small item, like a bottle of shampoo for ~$3!
C. 1,000 Spirit Airlines Miles for Dining
Join the Spirit Dining program and get 1,000 Spirit Airlines miles when you spend $30 on your 1st dine.
You can combine this promotion with the $10 AMEX credit (up to $30 on each card) on Small Business Saturday and get a free meal and the bonus Spirit Miles!
2. 50% Bonus on Purchased JetBlue Points (Targeted)
You can get a 50% bonus when you purchase JetBlue points IF you were targeted for this offer.
Although you can buy up 45,000 JetBlue points for ~$890 or 1.97 cents per points, you shouldn’t. That’s because JetBlue points aren’t worth that much. And JetBlue has a revenue based system similar to Southwest.
So redeeming JetBlue points cost ~1.4 cents each. So buying them at ~1.97 cents means you’re paying more than they are worth!
3. $7 Hotel Rooms
The $7 price is only valid on rooms that night at participating hotels near shopping malls.
So it might not be worth it to some folks who have a hotel room booked somewhere else. That’s because you’ll have to pay a cancellation fee to cancel your other hotel.
But it could be worth it to folks who need a last minute hotel if their flights get cancelled.
You can get a $25 credit when using my promotion code: “ddubash”.
4. Evolve Waives Express Payment Fees
Via Doctor of Credit, Evolve is waiving Express delivery payment (same day) fees through December 31, 2014. (Evolve Money allows you to pay bills like utilities and student loans with debit cards and Discover card.)
Usually the fee is $1.50 per payment so paying $0 is better! This is great for folks who sometimes forget when a payment is due and need to make a same-day payment.
5. 20% Off at Participating Hyatt HotelsUse promotional code “C48NOV” to save 20% the daily rate at Hyatt hotels from December 15, 2014, to March 16, 2015, when you book by 11:59 pm Central Standard Time on December 1, 2014.
But check to see that the promotional rate is really cheaper than the other rates!
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