While most airlines charge an arm and a leg to change or cancel a flight, Alaska Airlines has one of the more generous policies. Recently I wrote about JetBlue‘s policy if a flight went down in price and many readers were asking about what other airlines have a similar policy. In addition to Southwest (which The post Book an Alaska Airlines Flight and the Price Dropped? You Can Get the Difference Back! appeared first on Deals We Like.
Bullfighting is controversial. I didn‘t have a strong opinion about it before I went, and my thoughts on the pastime were more mixed after going. Before getting into that, let me talk about the stadium and the spectacle of the event. The Plaza Del Toros The Plaza Del Toros is a short metro ride from  The post Attending A Bullfight In Madrid: A Range of Emotions appeared first on The Points Of Life .
I got the Club Carlson credit card years ago. Had I ever stayed at a Club Carlson property? Nope. Did I have any intentions of staying at one in the near future? Nope. At the time, the sign-up bonus was high, and it offered an annual retention bonus of 40,000 points. I figured at some  This article was originally published on Travel Codex. Read it at Review: Radisson Blu Gran Canaria, 1 Bedroom Suite.
Life on the go is all about staying in the know. Has my flight changed? What‘s the address of the hotel? Is the cronut a real thing? These are life‘s great travel questions and to demand answers, we need connectivity. Paying out the wazoo for connectivity is a thing of the past, thanks to these  The post The Best Wireless + Wifi Plans For Travelers Worldwide appeared first on God Save The Points.
Rocketmilesis a hotel booking engine which looks for the best rates for over 400,000 hotel chains around the world (see our review post: Rocketmiles). Rocketmiles offers both flexible refundable rooms and nonrefundable rooms at a lower rate. They haveteamed up with Aeroplan to offer an opportunity to earn bonus miles. There are different promotions for new and existing members. The post [PROMOTION] Aeroplan Bonus with Rocketmiles appeared first o
Day 1:: Luxembourg After a 9 hour flight from ChicagoI landed in London Heathrow, it was only 5:55am local time and my connecting flight was not until 8:20am. At least it would look like a very decent amount of time to connect considering I didn‘t have any checked bags and had my boarding pass ready. Totally forgot how strict and busy Heathrow is. It was such a long walk to get to my boarding area, those hallways just seemed not to have an
Surprising: New Delta Amex Blue open to #DeltaAmexPerks rewards! Continue reading The post Surprising: New Delta Amex Blue open to #DeltaAmexPerks rewards! appeared first on Rens Points.
Philippine Airlines has been putting effort into the passenger experience lately, and part of that is updating their longhaul fleet. The airline is retiring their outdated A340-300s, and is taking delivery of 777s and A350s. The airline now has eight 777-300ERs, with a further two to be delivered in the coming months. The airline also has six A350-900s on order, which they should start taking delivery of next year. Because of their outdated fleet
It‘s not especially easy to get to the Seychelles, so this is an exciting development for anyone looking to fly from Europe to the Seychelles, or from the US to Seychelles in one stop. British Airways is adding 2x weekly flights between London Heathrow and Seychelles International Airport as of March 24, 2018. The flight will operate with the following schedule, per @airlineroute: BA63 London Heathrow to Seychelles departing 6:00PM arriving
Discover Bank is once again offering a signup bonus for their online savings account.This offer doesn‘t appear to be targeted and should be available to anyone who has never had a Discover Savings account.
A new TripIt feature is now available on iOS devices that will make it easier than ever to keep people in the look on travel plans! Set it and forget it, TripIt‘s way of helping your travels. The post New TripIt Feature Uses iMessage For Keeping People Up-To-Date appeared first on Running with Miles.
Good morning everyone. Yesterday, I received a letter from Wells Fargo about upcoming changes to the Wells Fargo Go Far Rewards Program, effective October 7. The letter was dated on September 11, so Wells Fargo gave us less than a month notice about the upcoming changes. The changes do not appear too drastic, but I am not a heavy Wells Fargo Go Far Rewards customer, so these changes do not affect me. Here is the full letter with a few important p
Qatar Airways Global Travel Boutique is offering some straight 40% off deals on Economy and Business Class fares. Today is the last day. And there is a mystery code inside to add another 10% off. Check it out. The post Qatar Airways 40% off sale + another 10% off appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
As I‘ve written about in the past, one of the most annoying aviation policies (at least as a passenger) is that you‘re not allowed to use smartphones or tablets on Chinese airlines, whether you‘re on the ground and the door is open, or you‘re in the air. Yes, you can‘t use your smartphone or tablet even in airplane mode. It‘s a ridiculous policy, especially given that some Chinese airlines have wifi nowadays. S
When landfall of Hurricane Maria occurred on the eastern coast of Dominica at 9:15 in the evening last night, maximum sustained winds of 160 miles per hour buffeted the small island nation. Fears that Dominica suffered a similar fate to Barbuda have been increasing with initial reports of how Maria left the island just as it arrived: as a... The post Dominica Suffers From Widespread Devastation From Direct Hit by Hurricane Maria appeared first on
Europe is one of the easiest places to get around by airplane. Flights are insanely cheap, sometimes to the point that they‘re cheaper than a Subway sandwich. Last year I got a 9 roundtrip ticket from Gothenburg to London Stansted with Ryanair. Given the increased competition, traditional airlines are adopting low-cost models. Most notably, British Airways cut their free food and drinks and now offers "no-frills" fares just like their low-c
Wines Til Sold Out, one of my favorite stores for getting great online deals on wine, is having their Cheapskate Marathon today! Bottles will be sold for 8.99-18.99, typically at a 50-70% discount, now through midnight. Great prices are only one reason I love WTSO. They source highly rated wines from all over the world, 
I knew that eventually the wake of Hurricane Irma would have a personal impact. The past couple weeks have mostly been waiting for the news to trickle in from the islands, wondering just how bad it would be. The post Irma‘s toll: A friend lost appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
It seems the British Airways rumour mill has been especially leaky recently, with the confirmation that the airline is to launch a route between London and The Seychelles. British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at London Heathrow - and soon to serve the Seychelles - Image, Economy Class and Beyond The airline will use a Boeing  The post British Airways launches Seychelles Route appeared first on Economy Class Beyond.
A problem with pilot rosters is causing flight cancellations at Ryanair over the next six weeks. It is reported that around 400,000 customers are going to be affected. This is less than 2% of the Ryanair flight schedule and is estimated to cost the airline under 25 million. Coverage in the news about this is 
I spent a few nights at the Hyatt Carmel Highlands last week and came home with an unexpected souvenira damaged front bumper. What do you do when your car gets damaged at a hotel? Of course the immediate answer is to call your insurance company. But is the hotel on the hook for any damage?  The post Hit and Run: My Car Was Damaged in Hotel Parking Lot appeared first on Live and Let‘s Fly.
As suspected, BA returns to the Seychelles in 2018 - flying twice per week. The post Confirmed - BA returns to the Seychelles appeared first on Miles from Blighty.
It seemed like only yesterday that Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW Air announced plans to serve DFW International Airport. Well, maybe not yesterday, but it‘s only been a couple of weeks. Fresh on the heels of that announcement, Metroplex flyers received even more great news from Iceland last week. The Dallas Morning News reported the exciting  This article was originally published on Travel Codex. Read it at Icelandic Madness as Icelandai
Bank of America‘s new card was originally expected to be an ultra-premium card. Rumors were that it would compete in the 450 / 550 space with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Amex Platinum, Citi Prestige, US Bank Altitude Reserve, etc. But Either the rumors were false, or Bank of America changed course along the way. The new and creatively named Premium Rewards Credit Card is just 95 per year. For full details about the Bank of The post Is it a