Flying Blue is back with a new mileage sale and the sale is being run at a time when Flying Blue Miles can be put to extra good use courtesy of the Special Edition Promo awards that I wrote about earlier.
Qatar Airways has now published its latest set of Easy Deals which cover travel up to the busy Holiday period (the Holidays are not included) and, as usual, there are some very good redemption opportunities to be had and discounts on multiple Qsuite routes.
Flying Blue (the loyalty program for Air France/KLM) has gone live with its "Special Edition" Promo Awards today and there are a number of incredibly good deals on offer for travelers willing to book in the next few days and fly before the end of March 2020.
Alaska is once again offering a bonus to anyone willing to buy its currency in its latest mileage sale (is it me or are these becoming more frequent?) and with Alaska Miles being one of the more valuable airline currencies around it's always worth seeing if it's worth buying miles when there's an offer on.
In this set of Spontaneous Escapes deals Singapore Airlines is offering the usual discounts on flights between Singapore and various destinations in Asia but there are also some very good Business Class deals for travel to/from Europe, Australia, and the US.
Virgin Atlantic is running a new mileage sale in which it's offering a mystery bonus on miles bough on or before 13 November 2019. How worthwhile this sale is to you will clearly depend on the bonus you've been targeted for (check here) so here are all the details you'll need.
Alaska Mileage Plan is an incredibly popular loyalty program in the miles and points world because it's one of the few loyalty programs left that still rewards travelers for the distance they fly, its award booking rules are comparatively flyer-friendly, and it allows members to book economical premium cabin awards on a number of very useful airlines.
United has completely overhauled the way Premier status is earned and has increased the spending thresholds for each status level too but, despite its best efforts to shift MileagePlus towards being a revenue reward program, the airline hasn't actually managed to prevent the distance travelers fly from having a significant effect on the status they can earn.
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Earlier this week I wrote about a great way to generate "cheap" miles with which you can then book American Airlines premium awards at a very good rate (assuming you can find the awards you need), and now it looks like it's possible to do something similar with United MileagePlus.