Month: May 2016

IHG Rewards Club – Limited Time 100% Bonus when Buying Points

For a limited time – until 3 June, 2016 – IHG Rewards Cub are selling points at a substantial discount, with a 100% bonus on offer. In fact, this discount / bonus is as good as it gets with IHG Rewards

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Virgin Atlantic Flying Club – Double Miles and Extra Tier Points

Between now and 1 September, 2016, Virgin Atlantic Flying Club members can earn double miles when flying in Upper Class or Premium Economy on either Virgin Atlantic or Delta Airlines (booked as a VS codeshare) between North America and the

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Starwood Preferred Guest – 35% Discount when Buying Points

Starwood Preferred Guest points are probably the most valuable hotel loyalty point. Besides being able to use them on hotel nights, you can also transfer them on a 1:1 basis to a wide variety of airline frequent flyer programmes, with

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IHG Rewards Club Experimenting with Points + Cash Changes?

It is one of the most well-known tricks in the loyalty game. If you need to acquire points from IHG Rewards Club, you don’t buy them, you simply make a Points + Cash award booking, and then cancel it. I

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IHG Rewards Club Accelerate June to August 2016 – Targeted Offers

IHG Rewards Club have announced a promotion for Summer 2016, which is called Accelerate again. This promotion will run from 1 June until 31 August, 2016. This promotion is limited to IHG members registered outside of North and South America –

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Hilton HHonors – Earn up to 4x Avios from Iberia Plus

Hilton HHonors is known for “Double Dip”, where guests can earn both HHonors points and airline miles for the same stay. The airline miles portion used to be a flat amount, until this was “enhanced” away in 2013. Accordingly, members

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Earn up to 50,000 Bonus Avios or AA miles for flights between Europe and North America

Many travellers may not be aware that American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair and Iberia have a joint venture for flights between Europe and North America. Essentially all four airlines share revenue, regardless of who actually operates the service. So, it

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