Good morning everyone. Since Black Friday and Cyber Monday are right around the corner, several hotels are running buy points promos now. I wrote about 7 airline buy miles / points promos yesterday and I have all the latest offers on my Buy Miles & Points Page. Always check the math to make sure that buying points makes sense for you. Do not buy points speculatively unless you have a use in mind. With that said, here are the 6 promos that are ending soon. First up, Choice Hotels is offering a 25% discount when you purchase Choice Privileges points. This offer expires on November 26.
Good morning everyone, happy Friday! A few days ago, I showed you how to status match and transfer points between Wyndham Rewards and La Quinta Returns. But what if you wanted to rack up Wyndham Rewards Points for free nights at any Wyndham hotel (including all-inclusive hotels)? Wyndham Hotels are not the nicest hotels in the world and paid rates can often be very cheap, but every now and then, paid rates can be extremely expensive. For example, Travel at One Mile At A Time found a Wyndham Hotel that was charging $1,500+ for a 1 night stay during the big eclipse last year. Granted, that is very extreme, but I am sure you can find some hotels charging $300+ a night if you looked hard enough.
How do I get more Wyndham Rewards Points?
Wyndham does sell points, but you can only buy 10,000 points per year…
Good afternoon everyone. Yesterday, it was announced that Wyndham Rewards and La Quinta Returns were allowing status matches and points transfers between both programs. This is great news if you have status or points in one program and want to get status or move points over to the other program.
Since I recently signed up for the Barclays Wyndham Rewards Visa Credit Card and received the 45,000 point sign up bonus, I have a lot of Wyndham Rewards points. I do have a few La Quinta points that I would like to transfer over to my Wyndham Rewards account. In this post, I will show you how to move points between Wyndham Rewards and La Quinta Returns and how to status match from one program to the other.
Good morning everyone, happy Friday. I don’t know about you, but I’m racking up a ton of JetBlue TrueBlue points from shopping on Amazon. Ever since JetBlue added Amazon to their points partner list, I’ve been earning 3x JetBlue points on all my Amazon purchases. Since the Amazon partnership launched, I’ve earned 7,000+ JetBlue TrueBlue points. That is great and all, but I’m not much of a JetBlue flyer. I’m currently sitting on 70,000+ JetBlue TrueBlue points, but I have no idea what I’m going to do with them. That’s when I remembered that JetBlue allows you to convert points into other miles and points through Points.com. Let’s see if there are any decent conversion options out there…