Month: August 2015

Oneworld Miles and Status Benefits on Vueling Flights Booked as Codeshares

Vueling is a curious hybrid. Its origins are as a Barcelona-based low cost carrier but several years ago it merged with Clickair, an entity that Iberia had set up as a low cost subsidiary. This left Iberia – and subsequently

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Avianca LifeMiles – Earn 3,000 miles booking a hotel with Kaligo

Kaligo is a relatively new entrant to the hotel booking scene, but like Rocketmiles and PointsHound, it offers airline miles instead of cashback or other incentives. Kaligo have been rapidly signing up new airline partners, running various promotions to attract

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British Airways Executive Club Tier Point Earning

One of the most-read posts on Flying Piggie concerns British Airways Tier Point Runs. A lot of people reach that post by googling How many tier points will I earn from Point A to Point B? I’m thrilled with the traffic,

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IHG Rewards Club Accelerate September to December 2015 – Targeted Offers

I posed the question last year – Should You Treat IHG Rewards Club accounts as disposable?  I suspect quite a few do, since IHG Rewards Club reports a membership of around 84 million, whereas similarly-sized Marriott only claims 50 million

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Hilton HHonors Triple Your Trip – Autumn 2015 Promotion

Hilton HHonors has announced details of its latest promotion, repeating last year’s Triple Your Trip. The promotion will run from 1 September until 31 December, 2015. It involves: 2 x Base Points for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights 3

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Earn 5000 Avios for a Hotel Booking with Rocketmiles

Rocketmiles is an online hotel booking service. Instead of cashback or other similar incentive, Rocketmiles offers miles from a number of airline programmes. The minimum earned is usually 1.000 miles per night. Until 30 June, 2016, Rocketmiles are offering new

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Marriott Rewards – 100 Free Points

100 Marriott Rewards points is not worth a lot. But when they are free, for ten seconds of your time, there’s no reason not to take advantage. This is particularly true since Marriott Rewards points expire after 24 months of

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