Even though it only happened a week ago, the British Airways Avios devaluation still isn’t far from my mind. Especially since there was a flight that I had booked on the right day, but some plans changed and the flight that I Read full post »
I’m not paranoid about germs but I could certainly be more careful of the surfaces I touch when traveling. I became even more enlightened when I read a recent study conducted by TravelMath titled “Hotel Hygiene Exposed” (a follow up to their “Airline Hygiene Read full post »
I like to combine cash tickets with miles to stretch my miles even further. Granted, I only do this when those cash fares that I mentioned ended up falling into the very cheap or insanely cheap categories. I planned two trips in 2014 Read full post »
We spend a lot of time focusing on how to reduce the costs of travel by using frequent flier miles and hotel points here, but if you are flexible on where you would like to travel and are okay with flying in Read full post »
It seems like there is little escape from the inclement weather this year. From the Snowmageddon that effectively shut down airlines for a weekend in January, to the rain of El Nino, the dull of winter has hit us all in some Read full post »
Here at FrugalTravelGuy, we are always thinking of ways to help our readers make sure they have as much information as possible at their disposal to be able to redeem their points and miles for the award booking of their dreams. Pursuant Read full post »
For many travelers, a passport is much more than a book. It is a log of the places they have been, with reminders of all their experiences that have taken them around the world. I am no different — my passport book Read full post »
Flying on Etihad, especially in their First Class Apartment, is not that hard of a thing to do. The miles required aren’t outrageous (though they will be going up in March 2016) and award space isn’t too sparse. The toughest part about Read full post »
My colleague, Howie, is a big fan of planning his travel in advance — a full 9 – 11 months in advance, in fact. To be honest, so am I. I have my travel goals set, and the majority of my plans for Read full post »
The Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Credit Card is FrugalTravelGuy’s Best Airline Credit Card of 2016. When looking to identify the best airline credit card, 10 factors need to be considered: How Many Redemption Options Are Available With the Points? When considering a redemption Read full post »
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