Points and miles fraud is unfortunately something that has become all-too familiar. Stolen points might only be detected once you check your loyalty rewards accounts or want to redeem points.
If you’re a frequent traveler, you probably belong to dozens of loyalty programs. To avoid losing your hard-earned points and miles, look for ways of keeping your loyalty accounts active. Here are some helpful tips to stay on top of your rewards.
While warm destinations are popular during the winter, it’s fun to switch things up with a ski trip. The good news is that there are many ways to offset travel costs by using loyalty points and miles. Follow these tips to make the most of your travel loyalty programs while planning a ski or snowboard trip.
If travel tops your 2017 resolutions list, now’s the time to take stock of last year’s loyalty program activity and refine your strategy for the year to come. Check out these tips on making those travel aspirations a reality with new loyalty program goals.
It’s no secret that booking a flight can help you rack up frequent flyer miles, and that you can cash in your accumulated miles for free flights. But did you know you can do the same thing with hotel stays? Get more flexibility from your frequent flyer miles by booking your next hotel stay with an airline that offers these additional benefits.
Adding an authorized user to your credit card offers the opportunity for more points and a slew of other benefits. Here are a few of our favorites.
If you often find yourself spending too much money at the airport, here are some tips to use points and miles, rather than spending cash.
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Did you know that group travel can mean more opportunities to earn points and miles? Here are some helpful tricks for getting the most out of hotel and airline loyalty programs while traveling with groups.
Life doesn’t always go according to plan, which sometimes means you have to change or even cancel your travel plans. But, if you’ve booked a flight using points or miles, what happens in the event of a cancellation?