In every frugal traveler’s life, a little rain must fall. The idea of “a little rain” can be a metaphor for many inconveniences we face on a daily basis. This can range from flight delays Read full post »
Families traveling on points and miles have several challenges to deal with that solo travelers or couples don’t: There is always the issue of earning and redeeming points for a family when only two Read full post »
Recently, my husband and I got in on a decent sale fare to Athens, Greece. This November, we’ll fly from Chicago to London to Athens, then back home again. Our round-trip flights were only Read full post »
Airline loyalty, hotel, and bank rewards programs change throughout the year, so you need to make sure you’re up to date on what your particular point and mile have gained or lost in functionality. Read full post »
Why venture off to Europe this summer when Canada is so close and convenient? Proximity isn’t the only reason to plan a trip to Canada however, as there are so many other justifications for Read full post »
United’s current business class has been on the lower end of business class quality for a while now, but with the introduction of Polaris, their business class product is showing signs of improvement. The Read full post »
Alaska Airlines MileagePlan is one of the best frequent flyer programs out there—especially in light of the AAdvantage devaluation and the recently announced changes that will go into effect, starting August 1, 2016. Earning Alaska Read full post »
While I was once flush with airline miles, my stash has been dwindling quite a bit lately. Due to several recent trips, I am down to less than 30,000 Southwest miles, 130,000 American AAdvantage Read full post »
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