If you collect Wyndham points, here’s good news!
Via Doctor of Credit, the Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards credit cards have increased sign-up bonuses.
With the annual fee version of the card, you can earn 45,000 Wyndham points (worth 3 nights at any Wyndham hotel) after meeting minimum spending requirements. And you can get a Big Travel with 45,000 Wyndham points! And the no annual fee version, you’ll earn 18,000 Wyndham points after completing the minimum spending. We don’t earn a commission for these cards, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals! LEARN MORE!
Via The Points Guy, effective November 1, 2017, United Airlines will introduce new award pricing. They’ll replace “Standard Awards,” which currently have a fixed price, with “Everyday Awards” that will vary in price.
Additionally, some United Airlines and partner awards will become more expensive, with a handful going down in price.
And if you don’t show up for an award flight and later choose to redeposit your miles, they’re introducing a $125 no-show redeposit fee. LEARN MORE!
One of my favorite credit card bonuses is ending today for good as the Hyatt Credit Card will change their sign-up bonus any minute now from two award nights to use at any Hyatt within one year of earning the awards, to 40,000 Hyatt points to use as you choose after hitting the spending requirements. For some travelers the points will be the more practical and flexible choice, but for others the two award nights represent a great way to experience somewhere that would otherwise be out of range. There are tons of great ways to spend your Hyatt award nights, but here are four of my favorite ways. LEARN MORE!
Get your fill of Spain’s famous tapas this fall or winter by booking these great round-trip flights to Madrid (MAD). Flights are available from East Coast cities including Miami (MIA), Boston (BOS) and Newark (EWR) on TAP Portugal for departures between November 2017 and January 2018. We’re seeing fares starting at just $331 — a steal for transatlantic flight. Find dates that work for you on Google Flights and then head on over to Orbitz or TAP to book your ticket. LEARN MORE!
For many families, nothing can compare to a summer trip into Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Now Disney’s making those pricey aspirations a little cheaper with a limited-time “4-Park Magic Ticket” package. First reported by Orlando’s NBC affiliate, the package is priced at $316 for adults and $296 (plus tax) for children ages three to nine, and it grants holders access to four parks on four separate days. That breaks down to a daily ticket rate of $79 and $74, respectively — well below Disney’s normal $115 entrance fee. LEARN MORE!
Sample Travel Date:
September 15th – 22nd
This is just ONE SAMPLE travel date, for more availability, please follow the “Fare Availability” and “How to Search for Availability” instructions below
Valid for travel from late August – mid October. A 7 day minimum stay is required. Must purchase at least 28 days in advance of departure
Please note that while this fare is valid at time of posting, if this post is more than two days old, the fare is likely gone.LEARN MORE!
The Citi AAdvantage Executive card has a new offer that can get you 75,000 AA miles.The card has lots of benefits on top of the bonus but does come with a big annual fee. Let’s take a look.
Citi has an increased limited time offer on the AAdvantage Executive card for 75,000 miles after spending $7,500 in the first three months. The $450 annual fee is not waived the first year. Among the card’s benefits are:
Admiral’s Club membership including access for authorized users at no additional charge.
$100 TSA Precheck or Global Entry credit every 5 years
10,000 Elite Qualifying Miles for spending $40,000
No foreign transaction fee
First checked bag free