New IHG Point Break Promotion: The new IHG Point Break promotion is a little different than years past. Now it’s a three tier point structure with properties going for 5K, 10K or 15K points per night. This change seems to go hand in hand with the changes on the new IHG card. Check out the list in this article.
Another Reason To Keep Your Ritz Card: Many folks have their preferred card to purchase airline tickets or pay award flight fees because of the travel insurance coverage provided. Many don’t know that the Ritz card offers some of the best travel insurance coverage out there, plus travel credits and airfare discounts that you can take advantage of.
Air Canada Makes Offer To Buy Aeroplan: Just to get you up to speed… Air Canada and Aeroplan (Air Canada’s loyalty program) decided to end their partnership in 2020. Now Air Canada decided to buy Aeroplan. The ball’s in Aeroplan’s court now.
AA Bringing Carry Ons Back To Basic Economy: There once was a race amongst major US based airlines to see who could sell a bare bones flight experience that customers would despise. American Airlines is seeing that it should’ve never participated in that race!
Tons Of Award Space On Singapore Airlines: If you’ve been eyeing award space on the world’s longest flight, you’re in luck. You can find business class award availability for as many as 5 to 6 passengers on the Newark to Singapore route. Hurry as this won’t last long.
Business Class Availability to China: Every once in a while, there’s a good use of your Delta miles. Here’s one of them. Currently there’s a lot of availability to China on Delta partners for a not so crazy amount of miles. If you have a stash of Delta miles that you need to burn, here’s your chance!
When Can You Ditch Your Kids In Economy?: There’s a lot of families in the Travel Miles 101 community, so I thought this article would be a great conversation starter. With the recent story of an 8 year old being left alone in economy while the dad relaxed in business class on a flight to Asia, it sparks the question… what is the appropriate age when it’s ok for kids to fly alone?