As in 2008 and 2009 you earn hits for qualifying partner activity. The most hits you get, the more miles you earn. 4 hits earns 4,000 miles, and it takes 16 hits to earn enough for a domestic ticket. The max, 36 hits earns 100,000 US Airways miles. If you know of inexpensive ways to Read full post »
I actually pulled a controversial post today, but not because of the controversy. I pulled it because a friend of mine asked me to save it until after the Chicago Seminar DO. It is part of his presentation and he didn’t want me stealing his thunder. Fair enough. I’ll repost it in late October. You Read full post »
I’ve been meaning to mention this for weeks but only got to it today. Not that it is not important but the memory seems to be slipping somewhat. Credit card companies not only earn fees for late payments, interest on unpaid balances but also collect from the merchant every time you use your credit card. Read full post »
The dangers of addiction showed in my behavior several days ago. I really appreciate you all putting me in my place. At times I get so revved up about earning a voucher I forget to look at the other side of the story. I was tempted to contact United and complain that they should be Read full post »
This is the right thing for SPG to do with their credit card. In the past I have always told you if you were not going to meet the $15,000 spend bonus, that I would appreciate letting me refer you to the card. In the past, if I referred you, you could not collect the Read full post »
As suggested earlier this week the revenue management boys are at it again with Hawaii fares. American is stabbing at Chicago with great fares also available from Washington and Denver. Thank our quite often contest winner Jain for the info. He just sent me a Private Message on Google email and the link from Dans Read full post »
My last leg on Monday’s mileage run was Chicago to Traverse City. I was standing at the podium. The agent was announcing boarding when the agent at the kiosk runs over and tells her to hold up boarding. A strong odor is permeating the cabin and the captain wants to investigate. The time was 6:01 Read full post »
I’ll be posting on the fly so to speak on the events of the mileage run yesterday. They are always such a surprise and I never know what will happen. Sunday Night Before the Run The alarm is set for 4:30 for a 4:45 cab pickup. The bump opportunities are looking weak for the entire Read full post »
Chicago Park Hyatt View by Win S. Eddie’s email indicates that his wife applied for the personal Visa 100K and personal Amex 75K on the same day and got both approved. She has had Citicards before but never AA cards. On Eddies suggestion I went back and reread the Flyertalk thread on the AA card Read full post »
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