Weekly Points: Japan Flight Deals, Earn 10K Miles Per Night, Paying Taxes With Your Credit Card and More!
US To Tokyo Flight Deals: Flying to Japan can be expensive since it’s quite a long flight, however there’s award space available from select US cities to make your flight cheap and comfy. Book roundtrip business class award flights to Japan for as low as 85K miles!
Earn 10K Miles Per Night: How does a free 10K Alaska Airlines miles per night sound? Well you can earn those miles by booking your stay through Rocketmiles. Book your stay at select properties before the deadline to earn up to 10K Alaska miles.
Israel Opening Up To Tourists: Many destinations have been closed for quite some time due to the pandemic. Israel was set to reopen over the summer, but that didn’t work out as expected. However plans to reopen seem to be going smoother this time around.
10 Best Business Class Seats: Part of the reason why I’m in this hobby is to experience business class flights without paying cash. I really enjoy the comfort of long flights in business class. Here are the 10 best business class products that you can book with points.
Paying Taxes With Your Credit Card: It’s everyone’s favorite time of year again…. Yes it’s officially tax season. If you have to pay your taxes, you might as well earn some points while doing so. Here’s a great guide for you to follow.
How Soon Can You Travel After A Positive Test?: Many of us have traveled internationally since the US implemented their testing requirements to return to the country. If you provide a negative test taken within 72 hours of your flight, you’ll be allowed to return. What if you tested positive though?
No Resort Fees At MGM: Recently MGM announced a new, or updated version of their loyalty program. If you visit Vegas frequently and stay on the strip, no doubt you get annoyed with those pesky resort fees. Well there’s a way to avoid them with MGM…
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