News You Can Use – Business Class Deals to London & Paris, $50 From Uber, 1,000 Bonus Starwood Points, 500 Bonus Hyatt Points
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1. Fly to London or Paris in Business Class! $1,500 for 1 Ticket, or $2,500 for Two!
Link: Chase Sapphire Preferred
Link: Citi PrestigeLa Compagnie has Business Class-only flights from New York’s Newark airport (EWR) to London and Paris on sale.
Flights are $1,500 round-trip for 1 person, and $2,500 round-trip for two!
You must book by August 31, 2015, and travel to London through December 15, 2015. Travel dates to Paris are September 1, 2015, to December 15, 2015.
This airline has limited flights, so if yours is delayed or canceled, you might NOT have other options but to wait for the next one. In some cases, it could be the next day!
Be sure to pay with a card that earns bonus points on travel. The Chase Sapphire Preferred earns 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points per $1 spent on travel.
If you can find dates that work, this could be a cheap way to visit London or Paris in Business Class!
2. Get $50 From Uber for Business and AMEX OPEN!
Link: AMEX SimplyCash
Via Fishing 4 Deals, you can earn up to $50 in statement credits when you sign-up for Uber for Business with an AMEX OPEN business credit card, like the AMEX Starwood Business Card or AMEX SimplyCash.
To earn the credit, you must register 2 additional employees with Uber for Business.
When you or an employee take 2 Uber rides by September 30, 2015, you’ll earn the value of your rides (up to $50) back. (Thanks to reader Tonei for pointing that out!)
If you haven’t tried Uber, register with my link to get a free ride up to $20!
This is a great promotion and an easy way to earn $50 if you have an AMEX OPEN business credit card!
3. AMEX Starwood Cardholders Get 1,000 Starwood Points on a 2-Night Stay in August
Link: AMEX Starwood Card
To earn the bonus Starwood points, you need to register for the promotion.Starwood hotels include Aloft, Element, Four Points, Le Meridien, Sheraton, St Regis, The Luxury Collection, Westin and W brand hotels.
The 2 nights do NOT need to be consecutive, so you can earn the bonus from 2 one-night stays.
If you already booked a stay at a Starwood hotel before August 30, 2015, it’s eligible to earn the bonus.
This a terrific way to earn extra Starwood points!
4. 500 Bonus Hyatt Points for Booking Through Your Phone
Link: Join Hyatt Gold Passport
Via Running With Miles, you can earn 500 bonus Hyatt points when you book a stay through the Hyatt app or mobile website.
Terms and Conditions
- You must book AND stay by September 30, 2015
- M Life Resorts are NOT eligible
- You must be a Hyatt Gold Passport member (free to join!)
- You must be a registered guest of the room
If you’re planning a Hyatt stay now through September, book through your phone to earn free points!
Let me know if you’re planning a trip to London or Paris, plan a stay at a Starwood or Hyatt hotel, or take advantage of the other deals today!
And remember, Saturday is the Million Mile Secrets giveaway!
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Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
2X points on dining at restaurants including eligible delivery services, takeout and dining out and travel & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.
Get 25% more value when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards®. For example, 60,000 points are worth $750 toward travel.
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