Tracking Prices on Paid Flights: As much as we’d like to never, ever have to pay cash for a flight, there may be times when you’ll be forced to pull out your wallet. If you know in advance that you’ll need to pay for a flight, there are some tracking tools available to help get a better price on them. This article highlights some ways to do so on Google Flights.
Hilton Changing Reward Categories For 4 Hotels: A few months ago, Hilton did away with their award chart, and switched to their “points and money” system. Different categories still exist for their hotels, where they’re the total points price is capped. This means that Hilton can’t charge more than ‘X’ for a hotel within that category. However, Hilton can move hotels to a higher category, to be able to charge more points. Checkmate!
What To Do When You Have Sudden Flight Cancellations: It’s always a bummer when your flight is cancelled. If you’re ready to board, or have boarded, and they announce that your flight was abruptly cancelled, chaos breaks loose. Here are a few good tips to follow to help ensure a more peaceful rebooking process.
Upcoming United Award Chart Changes: Oh boy! Just when you start getting used to an award chart, here they come with some “enhancements”! United is updating their award charts and will be doing away with “standard awards” and replacing them with “everyday awards” which will vary in price, but can’t go over what is published on their new chart. Let’s see how we adapt to this change.