Review of the AAdvantage Aviator Silver World Elite Mastercard®

Written by Benét J. Wilson @ CompareCards News & Advice

The information related to the AAdvantage® Aviator® Silver World Elite Mastercard® and AAdvantage® Aviator® Red World Elite Mastercard® has been collected by CompareCards and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of this card prior to publication. The AAdvantage® Aviator® Silver World Elite Mastercard® was one of two Barclays credit cards — the other being the AAdvantage® Aviator® Red World Elite Mastercard® — that survived after the merger of American Airlines and US […]

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The Best Credit Cards for International Travel

Written by Alexandria White @ CompareCards News & Advice

Traveling abroad can be a stressful time, from planning the trip to flying and making purchases in different currencies. An international travel rewards credit card can ease the burden of dealing with exchanging bills or help you avoid additional fees for purchases made outside of the U.S. The cards we list here all have no foreign […]

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American AAdvantage Cheat Sheet for Using Miles: Airlines, Fees, Alternatives, and More

Written by Benét J. Wilson @ CompareCards News & Advice

Travelers who fly American Airlines regularly know that when it comes time to book reward travel on the AAdvantage® loyalty program, you go to the airline’s booking website and hope for the best. American Airlines flies almost 6,700 flights a day out of nine hubs to 350 destinations in more than 50 countries. When you add […]

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Shopping portal bonuses with Alaska, AA, and United

Written by Nick Reyes @ Frequent Miler's Quick Deals

American, Delta, and Alaska airlines are all offering shopping portal bonuses for purchases made between January 2nd and January 10, 2019. Each portal is offering up to 1,000 bonus miles when you spend $300 or more, which amounts to an extra 3.33 miles per dollar when spending exactly $300. Here are the details of the bonuses: American Airlines eShopping Spend thresholds: Spend $150, earn 500 bonus miles Spend $300, earn 1,000 bonus miles Direct link Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping Spend…

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How We Went To The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade With Miles & Points (and $22.40)

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

Last December, when we were putting up Christmas decorations at the house, Sharon and I were talking about the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in New York. Despite living in the area for most of our lives, I had never been to see the parade and Sharon…

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Post-Merger American Airlines – Five Years Later

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

It’s been nearly five years since the merger between American Airlines and US Airways closed.  And it’s been five years since I last willingly flew on American.  So let’s take a look at post-merger American Airlines five years later. American Airlines used to be my preferred airline.  In fact, I’ve been a member with AAdvantage […]

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