Evaluating Ultra Premium Cards: With the steep annual fees of these cards, one must evaluate if you get enough value out of them every year. Here’s an excellent article where one takes a deep dive into their analysis of their ultra premium card arsenal.
Marriott Status Challenge Is Back: Status challenges are a great way to get elite status with a loyalty program, without having to meet all of the normal criteria to obtain it. Marriott is currently offering a challenge for you to reach Gold or Platinum status.
Best Uses Of Alaska Miles: So you’ve earned the miles because everyone tells you that they’re great, but now what do you do with them? Earning the miles is the easy part, but getting the most bang for your buck is what frightens many. Here are some wonderful options to put your Alaska Miles to use.
Using MR & TY Points To Fly AA: Sometimes in this hobby you need to think outside the box a little in order to get what you want. On the surface, American Airlines is only a transfer partner with Marriott/SPG, so it would see that this is your only option to book AA flights right? Not so fast partner!
Rules For Approvals & Bonuses: With each bank having their own set of rules that restrict or limit approvals and bonuses, you can easily get confused. Luckily, there’s a quick reference here to clear up any doubt.
Amazing SkyMiles Award Sale: There’s a lot of hate with Delta SkyMiles since they don’t post their award chart and some award prices are astronomical. Every once in a while though, they have some amazing sales that make you want to have a huge balance of SkyMiles to spend. This is one of those sales!
50K SkyMiles Round Trip To Korea: Delta is at it again with some amazing award sales. Now with crazy low award prices to South Korea and back. You can now book flights in economy for as low as 50K round trip, and premium economy for 70K round trip. Pack your bags and go!
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