The new American
I recently was in Las Vegas for a wedding and had a few random travel thoughts that I thought I’d put down on paper. Nothing earth shattering, but
Earlier today while Matt was gearing up for a trip with his family he wrote the following tweet:
Have to start researching bag charges to Mexico with a lap infant… No
There have been a couple of good blog posts on the US/AA merger this week: Gary covered the timing of AA migrating all US flights over to AA starting next
The First Store
I’m officially calling a deal dead and it’s cost me nearly 20% for the gift card churn. I was fully expecting a handsome portal pay out and it
Avgeeks throughout the twittersphere have offered photos and remembrance for US Airways “Cactus” Callsign. Why is today the last day for Cactus? Because its been widely reported..
Update: Literally 5 minutes after I posted this, I got an e-mail from AAdvantage saying programs would start combine on March 28 (though no real details).
Most are savvy enough to
Not how I intended to spend my Sunday.
Camp Mom Asia is just 90 days away and we are all getting excited. However, yesterday I got an email that threw our
I find airports the most peaceful at dusk
After a great time in New Orleans, it was finally time to head home. We had a little bit of a snafu on
When Miles Whip posted on Doctor of Credit that Evolve was not charging fees for using a credit card because it was coming up as debit, I quickly reached over
Last week, Kenny who writes on Miles4More uncovered a spend bonus that caps up to $20,000 and you will receive 50% back in miles. In essence, you will be earning 1.5x
Its approaching the end of February, and lets be honest, we all have a bit of that dread, as we await the merging of two great programs: American AAdvantage, and
Last spring Barclays took away the last application for the US Airways Mastercard that had the annual fee waived for the first year. Since then the signup bonus has gone
Entering New Orleans
Disclosure: I have credit card links in this post for your reference. None of them are mine, none pay me a commission, and there are likely better offers
In the last few weeks, there have been tons of talk about quickly making an easy American Airlines AAdvantage miles from signing up for the Citi cards as well as
In the past couple of weeks, there have been a couple of changes that completely alter the picture for getting award seats to The Land Down Under. Let’s check them
Last fall I posted about wide-open award availability to Europe with AA miles that lasted a few days. It’s back! And both ways this time! I’m seeing 6 or more
As some of you may know I applied for a 40,000 mile offer straight from US Airways and found out I was able to get the 50,000 mile match along with
This post was a guide to automating how to change your PIN, today’s will be a quick guide of how you can take it further besides just changing your PIN.
Finally, a long-awaited feature that makes American Express Membership Rewards points more valuable is back. Through January 31, 2015 there is a 40% transfer bonus to British Air..
The other week, I posted about unexpected news US Airways Mastercard. There was one outstanding question left about the card: I didn’t have complete details regarding the anniver..
Early this year, I canceled my US Airways Mastercard. Recently, I signed up for another US Airways Premier World Mastercard and have been pleasantly surprised. At first, I was do..
I’m curious – will the card change?
Last week, I had a short twitter conversation with @tmount, @KennyBSAT, and @FreequentFlyr (follow me @asthejoeflies!) about whether the 10,00..
In August I thought I had finished up putting together all the British Airways Avios sweet spot posts and maps (for the U.S., anyways) with this post on Avios sweet