Bookable Partner Awards With US Airline Programs

Nowadays, its common for someone to have miles with a specific program and never redeem those miles with the program’s primary airline but with one of their partners instead. For example, I can have British Airways Avios miles and use those Avios miles to book all my flights with its partner airline, American Airlines. Thanks…

Earn Points Faster By Pooling With Family With These Reward Programs

Nobody likes the feeling of being a few thousand points short of a free flight or hotel night. Some airlines offer the option of purchasing the remainder to make up the difference. While other rewards programs don’t offer the option of using cash for the difference which can be rather annoying.  A great tip for…

How To Reach Airlines Via Social Media

As social media becomes more of a common thread for all of today’s communication, it is no surprise that major airlines around the world have adopted to communicating via media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. They even provide support to their passengers over social media. If you are in a middle of a travel-related emergency,…

Which Credit Cards Help You Avoid Baggage Fees?

I feel old saying this, but there used to be a time when you could check a bag on any airline for free. Present day, it will cost you at least $25 per bag on almost all domestic flights. Each airline has its own policies and some will even charge you for carry-on bags(cough.. Spirit). Here are…

3 Ways To Use SPG Points for First Class

Starwood Preferred Guest Points are the most valuable points of all time. They are also one of the hardest to accumulate. SPG points or “Starpoints” can be redeemed for flights. The best redemptions come from point transfers to partner airlines and can be used to fly anywhere in the world. Once you are an SPG…