With these new changes, Marriott becomes Lucy holding the football while their customers become Charlie Brown, charging down the road to a vacation they may not be able to afford.
We have another sign that variable award tickets are coming soon to American Airlines. They’re moving to eliminate close-in booking fees for award tickets that regular members of the AAdvantage program pays. In this case, the elimination of the fee may fall into the category of “be careful what you wish for”.
What should you do when 150,000 miles disappear from your United Airlines account? How about when an agent promises to return 65,000, only to have another 20,000 disappear? My solution was to spend 9 hours on the phone. None of it worked. Find out what did. Buckle in, this is a long one.
Marriott has released a summer promotion. You’ll want to make sure you register. It may not blow your socks off, but could be worth a few extra points depending on your summer travel plans. This one is mostly beneficial for road warriors.
Hyatt is running one of my favorite promos again this summer. They’ve been pretty consistent with this one. It’s easy, and rewarding. All you need is to hold either of the two Hyatt credit cards and register as well. Do that now. It’s that simple to earn 10% back on all Point redemptions. Hyatt will give all co-branded credit cardholders a 10% rebate on pretty much all points you redeem between July 1st and September 2nd, 2019. That’s: Award rooms Points & cash reservations Room upgrades Dining and spa reservations Exhale classes […]
I’m usually not a proponent of purchasing points unless you have a very specific use. Today’s IHG Rewards points sale through Daily Getaways gives us an opportunity to look at some ways to stretch the value of these offers for an affordable vacation.
World of Hyatt announces award category changes for 2019. The changes are pretty balanced with an equal number of properties moving up and down in category. See if your favorite property is getting more expensive or cheaper.