Use iPhone on Google Fi: So you’ve heard numerous people rave about Google’s Project Fi, and how amazing their international data coverage is, but were bummed that you had to buy an Android phone. Well here’s a guide on using your beloved iPhone on Project Fi.
Hilton Honors Changes Coming Next Week: Starting April 2, 2018, Hilton Honors will be going through some changes. Whether these changes are good or bad is yet to be seen. Some changes include different earning tiers depending on elite status, and rollover nights for overachieving elites.
Award Seats Available for Qatar’s Qsuites: There’s some award space available if you’ve been wanting to experience Qatar Airways’ new Qsuites. Many have raved about this seat, claiming it is the best business class product available. These award seats won’t last long so act fast.
Why You Must Consider All Factors on Award Flights: The beauty of transferable points is the fact that you have options of which airline to transfer them to. Sometimes you may have different point sources to choose from when transferring to a particular airlines. That’s great, but you need to consider several factors before deciding which transferable point balance to use.
Award Booking Tips for Alaska Airlines: I love Alaska Airlines miles! They allow for some pretty awesome award bookings. While the Alaska Airlines website is easy to use, not all award possibilities are available through there. Here are some tips that will help you on your next award flight using Alaska Airlines miles.
Spirit Airlines Fare Sale: Spirit is back at it with a 75% off fare sale. Keep in mind that Spirit is a low cost carrier, so be sure to account for any additional charges when putting things into perspective. If you’re ok with Spirit’s structure, then check out the link for details on this fare sale.
Use Your Digital Wallet to Earn More Points: As the years go on, many advancements are made especially with technology. This hobby is no different. With digital wallets gaining more ground, some banks are offering bonus points for using them. Make sure you’re not leaving easy points on the table!
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