Using Qantas Points On AA: I really love learning about using lesser known loyalty programs because many times they provide a lot of value. Qantas has some very useful redemptions on AA metal that could be of benefit to you.
Etihad Transfers Are Now Working Properly: A couple of weeks ago there were many reports that points transfers from Membership Rewards or Thank You Points to Etihad were not working properly. That issue has now been resolved and transfers are working like normal.
Smart Ways To Use Your United Miles: With all of the chaos regarding United’s award chart, it’s easy to disregard the program now. However one has to keep in mind that using United miles with partners can still be an excellent way to use them. Here are a few options to consider.
Singapore Spontaneous Escapes: Singapore Airlines offers promotions on certain routes for award flights and one that seems very enticing is the San Francisco to Singapore route. With this promotion you can fly business class one way for 66.5K miles.
How To Deal With Bonvoy Restrictions: With two banks offering Bonvoy credit cards, restrictions were put in place to limit sign up bonuses. It’s a wild set of rules, but here’s a good article to help you through the maze.
How To Check Your 5/24 Status: With certain banks restricting how many cards you can open within a 24 month period, you need to know where you stand. If you’ve lost track of which cards you opened or closed within the last 2 years, here’s a way to find out.
Marriott Bonvoy Tips & Tricks: Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all of the perks that your cards offer. To make sure that you don’t run into any “gotchas”, check out this guide for one of the Bonvoy cards.
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