British Airways has today launched a new promotion in which offering all UK-based Executive Club members a 20% discount on Economy Class, Premium Economy, and Business Class flights taken between August and the last week in May next year. Unfortunately, the booking window is a short one so you'll have to be quick if you want to make the most of this deal.
Alaska Airlines is back with another mileage sale and this time around the sale appears to be targeted. One of the accounts that I control is being offered a 60% bonus while the accounts of a number friends and relatives are only being offered a 50% bonus.
Hyatt has brought back a points sale that, if my memory serves me, was last seen back in April of this year. As Hyatt points sales go, this one isn't too bad and used correctly, has the potential to save World of Hyatt fans quite a bit of money.
Right now, there’s a targeted but widely available Amex offer which gives cardholders a $200 statement credit on Marriott Homes & Villas bookings which should stack very nicely with a Marriott promotion that’s offering guests 21,000 bonus Bonvoy Points for Homes & Villas bookings consumed in the next couple of months. If you’ve been looking at alternatives to a hotel booking these deals may make a Marriott Homes & Villas stay a little more attractive.
Virgin Atlantic has launched a new points sale and this is unquestionably the best points sale that we've ever seen the airline publish. As I'll show in this post, this sale allows flyers to book a number of fantastic Business Class and First Class awards at rates that I don't recall ever seeing before and that's exactly what the miles & points game is all about.
Qatar will be hosting the 2022 Football World Cup and Qatar Airways is a major sponsor of football (soccer) around the world as well as being the official airline of UEFA EURO 2020, so it's not all that surprising to see the airline running a promotion in honor of the championships that come to a close this week.
Generally speaking, I don’t write about Citi offers very often because they’ve been so buggy since they launched that I’ve lost patience with them and I don’t check them as often as I probably should. Nevertheless, I’ve just remembered to check my offers and there are four identical offers available for anyone considering a stay at one of the four Mandarin Oriental properties in the US.
Over the past few years, Rakuten has been getting quite a bit of attention thanks to its partnership with Amex's Membership Rewards and the fact that it offers very good cash back sales on a reasonably frequent basis. Now the portal is back with a good cashback offer for bookings at various IHG brands (InterContinental, Crowne Plaza etc...)
Following swiftly on the heels of a good offer for spending with Delta, Amex has now launched a new targeted offer for spending with two of Delta's partners - Air France and KLM. The offer appears to be widely available so if you're making plans to visit Europe this summer, this could be a nice way to save a little cash.
If you're a fan of Hyatt and you hold an Amex Business Card it may be worth checking your online account to see if you've been targeted for a new offer that has just appeared - Amex is offering targeted cardholders up to $75 back on Hyatt spending made by the end of the year.