Good afternoon everyone. I was working on my Buy Miles & Points Page and found a few offers ending this week. Always check the math to make sure that buying miles & points makes sense for you. Do not buy miles & points speculatively unless you have a use in mind. With that said, here are 3 buy miles/points promos ending this week. First up, Spirit Airlines is offering up to a 30% discount, depending on the number of Spirit Airlines Free Spirit miles you purchase. This offer expires on April 6.
Updated 7:20pm PT on 9/12: I just found a Hilton promo ending on September 20. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for more details.
Good afternoon everyone. I was working on my Buy Miles & Points Page and found a few offers that are ending in the next 7 days. Always check the math to make sure that buying miles & points makes sense for you. Do not buy miles & points speculatively unless you have a use in mind. With that said, here are the 3 promos that are ending soon. First up, Southwest Airlines is offering a 40% bonus when you purchase at least 10,000 Southwest Airlines points. This offer expires on September 18.
Good morning everyone. If you are short on miles and points, sometimes it can make sense to buy miles and points to top up your account balance so you have enough miles or points for a redemption. If you are looking for American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, IHG or SPG miles/points, you are in luck. All of these loyalty programs are offering promotions when you buy miles/points, but they all end May 31. If you are interested in any other buy miles or points promotions, I keep an up-to-date list here. Here is a quick rundown of each promo:
American Airlines is offering a tiered discount. Depending on the number of American Airlines AAdvantage miles you buy, you can get a 5-35% discount. Depending on the number of miles you buy and the discount you get, the price of miles varies with a low of 1.92 cents per mile.
Buenas tardes from Cancun! I wanted to tell you all a little bit about how my last year went. In 2016, I blew past my previous record for miles traveled, went all in on gift card reselling, moved to Mexico, and picked up a handful of credit cards and bank signup bonuses along the way.
I flew just over 197,000 miles last year, a significant increase from my previous record of 125,000 miles in 2015. The change was mostly because I did a lot more flying across oceans – my 2015 trips were entirely in the Americas, but I spent a lot more time in Europe and Asia in 2016.
Good morning everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend. I quickly wanted to thank everyone who joined me at my Mountain View meetup yesterday – it was great speaking with you all and I will set up another Mountain View meetup soon. Last August, I wrote July App-O-Rama Update: Several Reconsideration Calls Required to be Approved for 6 New Credit Cards. In that post, I shared my successes and failures of applying for the following 7 credit cards:
I was eventually approved for the following 6 credit cards:
- AMEX Everyday – 10,000 AMEX Membership Reward points
- Citi American Airlines Business – 50,000 American Airlines miles
- US Bank Cash+ – $100 cash back
- Bank of America Alaska Airlines – 25,000 Alaska Airlines miles
- Bank of America Spirit Airlines – 15,000 Spirit Airlines miles
- Ebates Cash Back – $10 cash back
Of the above credit cards, 3 have annual fees that just posted recently:
- Citi American Airlines Business – $95
- Bank of America Alaska Airlines – $75
- Bank of America Spirit Airlines – $59
I also have a US Bank Club Carlson Business Credit Card that just posted a $60 annual fee (originally opened in July 2014). Of the 4 credit cards with annual fees, which ones are worth keeping and paying the annual fee? Which credit cards did I decide to close? Continue reading