Month: October 2016

Virgin Atlantic Flying Club Devalues and Makes Other Substantial Changes

Virgin Atlantic Flying Club have announced substantial changes to their frequent flyer programme. You can read about them at this webpage, and alternatively by following this link. A quick review suggests that Virgin Atlantic are copying many of the changes

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Earn 4000+ AAdvantage miles from Rocketmiles for a Hotel Booking

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 31 December, 2016, Rocketmiles are offering new

World of Hyatt to Launch in 2017

Any time a loyalty programme announces major changes, it is logical to assume that these changes are for the benefit of the company, not its loyal flyers / guests. So imagine my fears yesterday as rumours swirled on Twitter and

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IHG Rewards Club – Point Breaks Preview Released

It’s that time again… Except that reporting on the IHG Rewards Club Point Breaks list feels like a waste of time. Over the last couple of years, the list has gotten less and less appealing, and with the period now extended to

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IHG Rewards Club – Flash Sale Up to 100% Bonus when Buying Points

For a limited time – until 16 November, 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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Club Carlson Flash Sale – Buy Points for 0.4 cents each

Club Carlson are running a flash sale until 30 October, 2016. You can receive a 75% bonus when buying points. You can buy a maximum of 40,000 Club Carlson points per year for $280. With the 75% bonus during the

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Miles & More – 5000+ Miles for a Hotel Booking

Lufthansa’s Miles & More has quietly been offering the ability to earn miles on hotel bookings, or to spend miles for free nights (at outrageous rates). It looks an awful lot to me like the same system Rocketmiles uses, with

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