Category: Other Airlines

Welcome to Awardex – An Easy Way to Search for Flights Using Miles

If you think back to when you started collecting miles (or Avios) you probably started with British Airways Executive Club or the old AirMiles. You earned some miles from business travel and then you spent them on an award flight,

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Incredible 145% Bonus When Buying Avianca LifeMiles

Avianca LifeMiles is offering one of the best bonuses on purchased miles I can recall. For Cyber Week (now until 27 November, 2017) you can receive a 145% bonus when you buy LifeMiles. Rather than being based on a massive purchase of

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Avianca LifeMiles – Up to 125% Bonus when Buying Miles

Avianca LifeMiles is back again with another bonus offer for buying miles. Since these come along so frequently, I recommend that you only pay attention if you have an imminent reward booking in mind… The current promotion runs until 30

Lifemiles Changes Award Pricing for Some Avianca Routes

Most travel hackers treat Lifemiles as an interesting way to buy miles cheaply, usually for 1.5 U.S. cents or less, to then spend those miles on Star Alliance partner rewards in Business or First Class. I am sure that fewer

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500 Free Miles When Signing Up to Singapore Airlines Krisflyer

If you aren’t yet a member of Singapore Airlines’ frequent flyer programme called Krisflyer, you should sign up before 14 April, 2017. If you do, you will receive 500 free miles to get you started. Just click here to open a

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Avianca LifeMiles Increases Reward Cancellation Fees

I usually write about Avianca LifeMiles a few times a year, whenever their sale on purchasing points returns. For travel hackers, it can be quite appealing to buy miles at 1.4 – 1.5 U.S. cents each (1.1 – 1.2p), then use

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Avianca LifeMiles Reward Sale

I frequently write about Avianca LifeMiles when they sell miles at a huge discount. Quite often, it is a good deal to buy miles and spend them on Business Class or First Class flights. A number of devaluations, though, have

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