New Routes for 2018: I personally enjoy seeing what new routes airlines come out with because it means new opportunities to redeem miles. The Houston to Sydney route on United is very exciting, as is the Boston to the Azores route. Which one are you excited about?
Save Money in Dubai with My Emirates Pass: Many of us miles junkies have or want to experience the swanky Emirates premium class cabins on long haul flights, but actually visiting Dubai may not cross your mind. Emirates wants to try to encourage longer stays in Dubai by offering discounts at many restaurants, spas and other attractions.
Save Up to 38% with SPG: SPG’s hot escapes is a cool promotion that offers discounted stays and select properties. With this week’s offer, you could save some money on stays in Aspen, San Francisco and Miami!
Earn 1K Singapore Miles for Opening New Account: Singapore Airlines has a great loyalty program that is very useful for Star Alliance bookings. If you don’t have an account already, I encourage you to sign up for one with promo code JOINKFSQ before March 31, 2018 and earn 1,000 free miles!
$30 Statement Credit on Hyatt Credit Card: Many of the cards worth keeping come with annual fees, so it’s always nice to be able to offset those fees with easy to attain statement credits. Currently the Hyatt card is offering a $30 statement credit after you spend $300 at grocery stores or pharmacies.
Free Museum Visits this Weekend: If you’re a Bank of America cardholder, you have free access to select museums across the US. There are select dates throughout the year where you’re allowed free access, so be sure to check out their calendar.
Buy Starpoints for 35% Off: Starpoints are super valuable and versatile. They’re not easy to earn either. With the discount, your purchased Starpoints come out to 2.275 cents each. Keep that in mind for your planned use of them so that you get more value out of them.
American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards: For a limited time, you could save up to 7,500 miles on Saver level round trip award bookings. The mileage discount you get depends on the co-branded credit card that you currently own. This is yet another way that credit cards help you with travel.