I will show a simple formula I use to figure whether to use miles or points to book ordinary flights.
Chances are you are familiar with American’s 24-hour hold policy: unlike other major US carriers, you have the option to hold an itinerary, for free, for 24 hours. In this post, I will discuss how to double that into 48 hours.
We all knew this was coming, and now it is official: Starting August 1st, 2016, AAdvantage members will earn award miles based on the amount they spent on their ticket (base fare + carrier fees).
I got this 20% off coupon from Expedia via email today, valid on Expedia.com only (not other countries’ sites such as .ca), which I will not be using. As this is a one-time coupon, first come first serve!
There are certain standard benefits when you are flying American Airlines on an Alaska Airlines-issued award ticket, as mentioned here on the Alaska website. What I want to focus on today is the first perk (Priority AAccess Check-in and Boarding). According to Alaska, that perk is only given to Alaska MileagePlan’s MVP, MVP Gold, and Gold 75K members […]
From June 1st until September 15th, when if you fly with one of Alaska’s selected global partner airlines on the promotion page, on an eligible fare class and flight number range, you will get a 1,000 Mile bonus for each partner airline you fly with. Up to 13,000 miles if you fly with ALL partner airlines.