Flying Blue is running a new mileage sale and the program appears to be keeping with its new policy of offering a bonus of up to 100%. Before this year, the better points sales that we saw KLM running only offered bonuses of up to 75% so this continues to be a good time to buy Flying Blue miles if you have an economical use for them.
Hilton has launched a new sale in which it's offering discounts of up to 30% on suites at its resorts in Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean, and French Polynesia. Hilton Honors members have to book an Advance Purchase rate to lock in any discount that a property is offering and while that's usually a very inflexible rate, a quirk within Hilton's terms and conditions means that these sale rates aren't quite as rigid as they may seem.
American Express has launched a new targeted offer for spending at Amazon and while it's not quite as good an offer as one we saw around the same time last year, it should be an easy offer to make the most of with Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the December Holidays all coming up.
Earlier this month, we saw TopCashback launch the first good cash back deal that we've seen it offer on IHG bookings for some time and while that offer of 9% cash back was very good, a new offer that has now appeared is even better. Some IHG Rewards members can earn up to 13% cash back on stays at select IHG brands.
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We've seen a number of pretty good Citi offers turn up over recent days with easy savings to be made at ten IHG brands as well as with Virgin Atlantic, and now my account is showing three further offers that most readers should find relatively simple to use. They're hardly earth-shattering in their size, but they're worth knowing about if you're planning on spending with Best Buy, Uber, or Hawaiian Airlines anyway.
American Express appears to be targeting select cardholders (possibly just those who hold its Membership Rewards business cards) with offers of bonus points for hitting predetermined spending targets. We've seen this kind of offer from Amex in the not-too-distant past and there's every likelihood that there are various versions of these offers out in the wild.
American Express has published a new targeted offer that's similar to an offer we saw running earlier this year and which will probably be of interest to anyone planning a Marriott stay in the next few months. This latest offer is valid through 31 December and could save you up to 25% on your next Marriott stay.
Citi has brought back a nice set of offers for stays at IHG properties that we last saw back in August. Targeted cardholders can save between $20 and $50 on $100 or $200 of spending at ten IHG brands in the US and US territories so if you're planning an IHG stay before 30 November, these offers could be very useful.
Radisson Rewards has launched a new double points promotion for stays in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific through the end of the year (almost). The promotion is not open to Radisson Rewards Americas members but because everyone can have both types of Radisson Rewards account and because points can be transferred freely between the two, this is a promotion open to all fans of Radisson.