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.
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.
For one week only, Iberia has brought back its popular Avios sale and, as usual, this is a sale that is probably worth considering. The cost per mile is good, award availability is (still) very good, and with Iberia offering a number of low-surcharge award options there could be some nice deals to be had here.
Alaska Airlines is back with a new mileage sale and just as we saw back in March, this will be another short sale from the airline (this may be a new trend). This latest sale sees the airline carry on offering what was, pre-pandemic, its best-ever deal - a 50% bonus - and with more and more people now apparently comfortable with traveling once again, this may end up being the best deals we see going forward.
United has launched a new flash sale in which it's offering MileagePlus members the opportunity to buy miles with a 100% bonus thrown in. The sale only runs through 19 June so as United's 100% bonus sales are the best deals that we see the airline offer, today may be a good time to top up your account.
Following a truly terrible sale back in April, IHG Rewards Club has now brought back its best-ever points sale in which it is offering members the opportunity to buy up to 500,000 points at a cost of just 0.5 cents per point. A key thing to note here is that despite the fact that IHG surprised members with an unpleasant devaluation earlier this year, this sale can still offer incredible value (as I show in this post).
Choice Privileges Rewards has launched a new sale in which it's offering members a 30% bonus when they purchase a minimum of 15,000 points. 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.
Hilton's last points sale ended on 11 May but just a couple of weeks later the hotelier is back with a new points sale that's pretty much exactly the same as the last one...but that's a good thing. Once again, members can buy up to 320,000 points at 0.5 cents each and used tactically, those points could open up a world of great value redemptions.
The World of Hyatt is back with another points sale and this one sees the loyalty program reviving an offer we last saw back in February - if you're prepared to buy at least 5,000 World of Hyatt points you'll be offered a 30% bonus.