Up to 75K Lufthansa Miles & More miles w/ new offer

Written by Nick Reyes @ Frequent Miler's Quick Deals

Barclays has increased the offer on the Lufthsansa Miles & MIle credit card to what I believe is an all-time high: Now get up to 75,000 bonus miles, though that will require significant spend in the first year. Still, Miles & More can be quite valuable points (you can sometimes fly round trip between the US and Europe for just 55K miles, so this offer could certainly be worth it. The Offer To learn more about…

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Barclaycard Does Not Allow Product Changes

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of the Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard. However, my plans to get rid of it hit a snag. Why? Because Barclaycard does NOT allow product changes. And I find that to be stupid. Why I Want to Dump the Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard Not only am […]

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70K miles with new Hawaiian Business card bonus

Written by Nick Reyes @ Frequent Miler's Quick Deals

The Hawaiian Airlines Business Mastercard is currently seeing an increased welcome bonus of up to 70,000 miles: That’s 60K after $1K in purchases within the first 90 days and a bonus 10K after making a purchase on an employee card. While Hawaiian miles aren’t the most valuable currency, this can be a good bonus if you have a good use in mind. The Offer Key Card Details Quick Thoughts The new offer on this card might…

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Redeem AA Miles by Tomorrow for 10% Rebate

Written by Sarah Page Maxwell @ MileValue

Attention AAdvantage cardholders! Wednesday, May 1 the 10% rebate on mile redemptions benefit will be dropped from the following cards: Citi / AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard  Barclays AAdvantage Aviator Red World Elite Mastercard Barclays AAdvantage Aviator Silver Mastercard The rebate is capped at 10,000 miles per calendar year, which would be the rebate […]

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When You Should(n’t) Use Airline Co-Brand Credit Cards To Pay For Airfare

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

All of the larger airlines in the U.S. offer co-brand credit cards. These cards, which provide extra benefits to cardholders, range from ones with no annual fee to premium cards costing up to $450 per year. While you’d think that using a co-brand…

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Earn 1,500 Bonus Miles This Spring With The Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard [Targeted]

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

Barclays just put out a brand new targeted spending offer for its Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard just in time for Spring! Earn 1,500 Bonus Miles This Spring With The Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard [Targeted] With this bonus offer, you can earn an additional 1,500 bonus miles from April through June 2019. How It Works You’ll get 500 […]

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Evolving co-brand: AAdvantage adjusts soft benefits for cardholders

Written by Seth Miller @ PaxEx.Aero

Should you buy miles at 2 cents each on a recurring basis? Probably not, but the Flight Cents program from AAdvantage and Barclays will almost certainly do brisk business.
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JetBlue Announcement, Devaluation Of Credit Cards, Disney Haunted Mansion Wedding & More!

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along. Harlan from Out and Out writes about the devaluati…

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Do You Need To Tell Your Credit Card Companies That You’re Traveling? Usually Yes. Here’s How.

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

Back in the day, I had a list of things I needed to do before going on a trip. Among other things, I had to print out the itinerary, pack the travel books and call the banks to let them know I was going to be using my cards in places I usually didn&#82…

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