Choice Privileges Rewards has launched a new sale in which it’s offering members a 40% bonus when they purchase a minimum of 24,000 points and an increased purchase limit of 180,000 points (excluding bonus). If you’re a fan of Choice properties and you’re low on points, this may be an opportunity to top up your account if the math makes sense for you.
Etihad has a new mileage sale running for the next 7 days in which it's selling its currency at 1.6 cents per mile. In comparison to some of the sales we saw during the pandemic, this isn't a particularly amazing offer but because Etihad's Miles can be used to book American Airlines awards at a very good rate, this sale is still worth a closer look.
The current IHG Rewards points sale allows members to buy up to 300,000 points at a cost of just 0.5 cents per point but after having been around for six weeks, this sale is set to end tomorrow. Despite the unexpected annoying devaluation that IHG sprung on members last year, this sale can still offer incredible value (as I show in this post) so if you haven't checked this deal out already, now would be a good time to do just that.
Hilton's current points sale is very similar to all the points sales that it publishes nowadays - it's offering Hilton Honors members the chance to buy points with a bonus of up to 100% - but that's not necessarily a bad thing. With points on sale for as little as 0.5 cents, a world of great value redemptions can be opened up by those willing to put in a little bit of work but with the sale ending tomorrow, there's not much time left to pick up whatever points you may need.
The World of Hyatt's current points sale has been running since the last week of January and has been offering members an opportunity to buy points with a bonus of up to 30%. Today is the last day of this sale so if you plan to stay with Hyatt in the next few months and are short of the points needed save some cash, now would be a good time to check if this sale could work for you.
Marriott has brought back a similar points sale promotion to one that we saw around this time last year in which it's offering Bonvoy members a bonus of up to 50% on purchases made in the next 6 weeks. For some, this will be a promotion that's well worth considering while for others this is clearly a promotion to avoid.
Flying Blue is running another mileage sale and the program appears to be keeping with its recent policy of offering a bonus of up to 100%. Before last year, the better points sales that we saw Flying Blue 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.
Virgin Atlantic's has brought back the same points sale that we saw it running in December and for once, a lack of innovation is a good thing as this is one of the best deals that we've ever seen the airline offer. All Virgin Atlantic Flying Club members can buy points with a 60% bonus while Gold members are being offered a 70% bonus so, with points available from 0.89 pence each for UK accounts and from 1.60 cents each for US accounts, there's a lot of scope to book some great deals courtesy of points purchased in this sale.
United Airlines has launched a new mileage sale in which, once again, it's offering MileagePlus members the chance to buy miles with a bonus of up to 100%. This sale, however, looks a little bit more interesting than some of the other sales that United has published in recent months as the maximum number of miles available appears to be higher.
Alaska Airlines has launched a new mileage sale in which it is offering targeted members bonuses of up to 60% when they purchase a minimum of 40,000 miles. This sale is running through 20 February so there's no big hurry to buy and miles right away, but now may be a good time to perform a few award searches to see if miles purchased in this sale could save you money on your next trip.