Thinking of giving yourself a Christmas gift? Few treats are better than a large pile of points or miles. Fortunately, credit card bonuses continue to spiral upward, which is a boon for consumers with a Read full post »
The Southwest Companion Pass is one of the sweetest deals in the travel world, but changes are coming January 1. Here’s everything you need to know to ensure that your companion flies for free: Read full post »
United made a dramatic change to the way MileagePlus members qualify for elite status. The changes go into effect on January 1 and are applied to earning for status in 2021. This may turn Read full post »
Last week, JetBlue revised its fare structure by adding two new categories. Blue Basic is a close equivalent of Basic Economy on other airlines, and Blue Extra (formerly Blue Flex) is a refundable fare Read full post »
There’s a difference between knowing the price of something and knowing the value of something. This is never truer than when it comes to credit cards that charge annual fees. Annual fees for most Read full post »
The IHG PointBreaks promotions are one of the best deals (and best kept secrets) in the world of travel. Here’s how it works: every quarter, the Intercontinental group releases a selected list of hotels Read full post »
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