When I wrote the recent JetBlue post, I wanted to compare our redemption cost to that of other airlines. Then I realized I have never posted a stand-alone article about the different types of award ticket pricing, so I pulled that section and decided to write a whole post about it. The best airline program … Continue reading Types of award ticket pricing (and how you may be able to save lots of miles and points)
Being based in DFW, we had never flown JetBlue until last week. We prefer nonstop routes when possible and the only nonstop JetBlue flights from DFW are to Boston. We finally had the opportunity to fly JetBlue from Orlando to Nassau for our trip to Atlantis. You can view JetBlue's route map here. We were … Continue reading JetBlue TrueBlue Deserves Some Attention
Getting started with miles and points (2019) See Also: Basic starter tips Earning Part 1:Sign-up Bonuses Meeting Minimum Spending Requirements Earning Part 2: Everyday Spending and Category Bonuses Earning Part 3: Shopping Portals Earning Part 4:Manufactured Spending I was inspired to start this site after reading this article. This is NOT fake news! Airlines Make More … Continue reading Getting started
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Some of our most valuable redemptions are the result of transferring bank points such as Amex Membership Rewards points and Chase Ultimate Rewards points to airline partners. Those points become airline miles and then we use the airline miles to book otherwise expensive plane tickets. There are lots of ways to get to Europe on … Continue reading Airline Transfer Partners (2019)
Other Japan posts: Our Free Ritz-Carlton Stays In Japan Japan Hotels: How To Book A 9 Night Stay For Less Than $400 Total [$3400 Value] Ryan and I just returned from an unforgettable week in Japan! We visited temples, spotted a Geisha heading to work, walked through the bamboo forest, ate our weight in sushi, … Continue reading How we booked Japan for $388 [$13,600 Value] and you can, too!