The Weekly Travel News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily reflect the positions of Tagging Miles, and should not be considered endorsements. Have a great story we should read? Contact us now and let us know.
- Dia shares what can be considered an under appreciated travel hacking tool.
- Japan Airlines released their 787-9 and it actually looks like a #PaxEx improvement!
- Visa Signature Card holders get a third night free at Waldorf Astoria, Conrad and Curio hotels for weekend visits. We’ve seen the fourth night free on the Prestige card, so this is a pretty cool opportunity if you ask me.
Miles and Points:
- Virgin Atlantic has devalued their Delta partnership effective September 1.
- The Hyatt Visa Signup bonus will change drastically June 29th. Right now it gives you 2 free nights at any Hyatt Hotel in the world. I used my 2 nights for the Park Hyatt Sydney. Soon it will be a whopping 40,000 Hyatt points, which wouldn’t be sufficient for two nights at the Park Hyatt Sydney. Consider your travel schedule, this may be one to jump on (on the other hand, it might not be).
- Double dip rewards are always the best. Link your credit card on the Drop App to earn rebates. If you choose to sign up, definitely consider using Chuck’s referral code (author of the link), or consider using mine: xff78. Either way, both you and whoever’s referral code you use will earn 1,000 points, worth $1 in a variety of gift cards.
- Did you know that Cashback Monitor only updates their portals once per day? Neither did I.
- Silver Car being bought by Audi.
- June 18 Southwest turned a year older.
- Thank you for three great years.
- Alaska Miles for 2 cents per point
- Hosted Media Previews
- 10 percent cash back on Walmart.com