Let’s face it, low-cost air carriers can often leave us feeling deceived and frustrated before, during, and after our travel experience. While the initial base fare may seem incredibly appealing and reason enough to make the reservation, after paying fees for checked Read full post »
The Platinum Delta Skymiles Business Credit Card from American Express and Gold Delta Skymiles Business Credit Card from American Express both are offering increased sing up bonus offers. If you’ve been thinking about getting either one of these cards in the near Read full post »
Alaska miles are one of the most valuable reward currencies out there, thanks to a yet-to-be-massively-devalued award chart, generous award routing rules, and a solid partner network. Stocking up on Alaska Miles is a good idea, whether you’re saving up for domestic Read full post »
It’s never a good feeling when you realize that something is lost, and it’s especially not good if your chances of getting it back are minimal. That’s basically the case when you leave something on a plane. If you ever leave something Read full post »
Delays and cancellations are inevitable if you travel. They won’t happen every time, but they will eventually because of weather, aircraft maintenance, or other random, seemingly unknown reasons. In these cases, it is sometimes possible to get rebooked onto a different flight, Read full post »
All of the far-flung places so far have been outside of the U.S. Today we’re going to delve into the best way to get to a far-flung place in the states — Adak Island, Alaska. Adak Island is part of the Aleutian Islands Read full post »
Occasionally airlines or booking agents make an internal error and an airfare surfaces for far less than it should normally sell for. There are also promotions for cheap fares from airlines seeking to expand their presence such as Norwegian Airlines and WOW. Read full post »
Nobody is born a frugal traveler. Instead, every facet of this hobby – from learning about how to maximize points and miles to managing the credit aspect of this game – is learned. Thus, everything in our particular fascination is a skill, Read full post »
Living in different cities means that you have access to different flights. Having access to different flights mean that different types of miles might better for one person compared with another. Here are my picks for the best low annual fee credit Read full post »
A couple weeks ago, Marriott announced that they will add Korean Air to their list of airline partners. This partnership means a couple of things. First, Marriott rewards members will be able to earn Korean Air miles during their stays at Marriott Read full post »
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