The New Combined Marriott Program: Well, the announcement was made and the good news is that it wasn’t a worst case scenario. The bad news was it wasn’t a best case scenario either. There will still be point transfers to airlines, but the number of points required will change. Click on the link to read more!
Sun Country Strands Hundreds in Mexico: Flight delays and cancellations are annoying, but in most cases the airlines get you booked on another flight. Sun Country decided to just ditch their passengers in Mexico after a flight cancellation. Whoops!
New Centurion Lounge Set to Open: Rumors of Centurion lounges popping up throughout the country have many people excited. These lounges offer yummy food and drinks just for holding the right cards. Now LAX is joining in on the fun and is set to open up their own Centurion Lounge.
How to Book Flights to Iceland and Ireland: Many of you “do it yourselfers” want to book your own award flights. All you need is a little guidance and you’re on your way to your next vacation. Here’s a few tips and ideas for your next adventure.
Point Transfers to Korean Air No Longer Instant: One of the nice things about some flexible points is the ability to transfer them instantly to an airline loyalty program. Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but it’s taking point transfers to Korean Air anywhere from 2-7 days to post. Plan accordingly!
TSA PreCheck to be Offered At Staples: Select Staples stores across the country will soon have TSA PreCheck enrollment centers at their stores. This will make it easier to sign up for this perk that many premium travel credit cards reimburse you for.
Your Credit Score May Go Up 30 Points!: Some folks may see their credit score go up 30 points. You’d have to be in an unfavorable position for this to happen to you, but I suppose if you’re an optimist, here is your silver lining.