Avoid Being Nickel n Dimed When Traveling Abroad: So you’ve planned the perfect trip and saved a lot of cash by using your points and miles. Then you’re blindsided with foreign transaction fees and horrible exchange rates. Here’s how to avoid those fees with both your credit and debit cards.
Park Hyatt St. Kitts Incredible Promotion: Park Hyatt is usually synonymous with high nightly rates, and usually out of the reach of frugal travelers when paying cash. However, the Park Hyatt St. Kitts has an awesome promotion right now making things more affordable and very appealing for stays this summer.
Using UR Points to Fly to South Africa: South Africa is on my bucket list! While it’s a little more difficult to book, it’s still very possible to book with points/miles. Here’s a great way to use your hard earned UR points to get there.
Don’t Forget the Pay With Points Option: With all the different types of points and miles options out there, it’s easy to forget the multiple ways you can use them all. One often forgotten option is the “Pay With Points” option with Membership Rewards. Make sure to crunch the numbers to see if it makes sense for you.
Delta to Offer US to Mumbai Flights in 2019: Direct flights to India are not as plentiful as I would like, so when news comes out of direct flights being planned, it’s a big deal! Delta will begin offering flights to Mumbai starting in 2019.
Flight Deals to Europe This Coming Fall: Star Alliance carriers have some very nice deals that you can scoop up for round trip economy seats this fall. There are several deals for under $400. Some destinations include Paris, Amsterdam and Barcelona. Hurry before they’re all gone!
Fare War to Hong Kong: Getting to Asia can be super pricey! Lucky for us, Hong Kong Airlines and Cathay Pacific are having a fare war and us, as consumers, are potential winners! Currently you can score round trip flights from San Francisco to Hong Kong for as low as $347!
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