Dan’s Deals has a list of all the current AMEX/Twitter promotions such as $10 back for orders above $50 at Staples.
[Mileage Run] You can fly RT from SEA/SFO/LAX to BOS on AA for about 3.3 CPM using the double EQMs on the DFW-BOS segment.
About a month ago I linked Million Mile Secrets’ post about getting 12 days of airline lounge access for only $32.94. If any of you had any doubts about it, he has an update on the program with his positive experiences explained!
The Frugal Travel Lawyer outlines discounts of up to 35% off rental cars when using a VISA Signature card.
If you’re looking to travel to the Bahamas you can get up to $500 off when booking it through JetBlue!
If you were disappointed with the new British Airways 100,000 point offer, you can get a different offer without the big spend requirement. According to this FlyerTalk thread (and confirmed by myself), there is an offer on BA’s site that offers 50,000 points after first purchase and 50,000 after your first year anniversary. You have to pay a $75 annual fee each year, but you get 100,000 points in return. You do not have to purchase a ticket as the title of the thread suggests as reported by many people within the thread.
AAdvantageGeek found an “Unpublished” offer of Quadruple AAdvantage Miles and Discount from Avis
Hilton has a Twitter promotion running from today April 19 through Friday, April 27 from 10am ET to 3pm ET daily for a chance to win two Tribeca Film Festival tickets in New York. (HT Loyalty Traveler)
The Flight Deal found NY to St. Thomas on AA for $217 round trip all in!
Yesterday’s Winner of the $50 Hertz Gift Card from AutoSlash is Michael S from HNL with his tip “Starting Saturday is US National Park week offering free entry into all of the 397 National parks. Road trip! – http://www.nps.gov/npweek/” Michael great find. Let’s all get out and see the country; please email email@example.com to collect.
Thanks to everyone that submitted a deal / tip, keep them coming!
Update: All of the codes have been spoken for. If I get any more I’ll share them again. -Rick. We also have three more Reservation Numbers for the United Club Card with the $395 first year fee waived (redeemable at ClubCardRSVP.com). If you’ve been looking at getting this card and want the first year fee waived, post a comment in this thread. The first three people to comment with their first name, home airport, and a valid email address (see below for where to enter your email address; only I will see it, not the whole blog), will have the codes emailed to them. Let us know how you’ll be looking forward to using the card too.