Imagine you were just joining your first frequent flier program and you wanted to understand how the program worked. Recently I tried explaining the process to a beginner and it became very confusing. In a recent audit, the government acknowledged that airlines Read full post »
San Diego is a fun spot for couples and families of all ages. With the famous San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, Balboa Park, and La Jolla nearby, you can find dozens of activities to keep everyone in the family happy and entertained. Heck, 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 »
No matter how we look at it, earning and retaining customer loyalty is a major business on all sides of the travel industry. According to Connexions Loyalty, a loyalty fulfillment company, 83 percent of all consumers belong to at least one loyalty Read full post »
Let’s face it: You can never have too many Chase Ultimate Rewards points. Not only is this one of the most versatile rewards currencies, but they have what I think is the best lineup of travel partners. Wanna book a hotel stay Read full post »
The Rewards Network partners with lots of different airline and hotel rewards programs to offer members a chance to earn lots of bonus points while dining at participating restaurants. These dining rewards programs usually offer a sign-up bonus, and rewards for each Read full post »
Perhaps the greatest measure of the points and miles we collect is not in the frequency of which we used them, but in how we use them. While some people choose to measure points through their literal value, I choose to measure Read full post »
For decades, frugal travelers have enjoyed the benefits their points and miles earning opportunities have provided them. Through calculated spending and careful monitoring of their credit and personal finances, points and miles currencies have unlocked the doors to an unlimited number of Read full post »
A few weeks ago, I wrote about Hotels That Go the Extra Mile With Points + Cash Rewards and a reader left a comment about the ease of earning free nights with the Choice Privileges Program that made me realize it might Read full post »
Redeeming points and miles for travel is fun, exciting, and pretty rewarding. Whether you’re booking a staycation in your backyard, taking the kids to Disneyland, or embarking on a luxury safari, there are a few things you should be aware of. Here Read full post »
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