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Welcome to this Weekly Summary. Take this chance to look over the posts from the week to see what you may have missed. Thanks for reading!
The next list of IHG Pointbreak nights is out and bookable! While the list is packed with lower tiered hotels, there are still some great values to be had here.
Best Buy has a launched a new wedding registry option. The best part about this registry is that you can get 10% off whatever is on your list that is not purchased. Want to throw that big TV on your registry or maybe the high-end camera? 🙂
Free nights are great but they are not that great if you cannot use them. Find out some of the things you can look for to prevent this dilemma of free annual hotel nights.
Free, easy miles are good! If you are an Aegean elite (of which there are many still in North America), you have time to use this little feature to pick up at least 5,000 miles.
Great Fares On AA Across The US, Possibility To Restore Your United Elite Status, Suspension Of Hyatt Diamond Challenge, and More
Having been away from the internet for a bit, I put some of the best posts that I had seen in this little roundup. Check out these other posts by blogs around the points and miles world.
One of the best hotel credit cards to hold on to is the IHG credit card. The big bonus of 80,000 points on the public offer has been absent for a while. However, they may be sending it to you!
High-end hotels are great for vacations but sometimes they are not always available or they require more points than you may have. Here are 5 things that you can get at mid-range hotels that high-end hotels often do not have.
Southwest has a nice sale for one of the biggest travel weekends of the year. It ends tonight so hurry up and check it out!
One of the best ways to generate miles and points is through category bonuses. American Express and Chase are two of the great issuers to give you those points. But, which should you use when you are shopping at categories overseas?
My big event of running 6 solo marathons on 6 continents in under 4.5 days is approaching quickly! One of my handpicked cities is Santiago, Chile. If you have visited there or live there, I would love your input!
This is a great way to get $5 off any of your future purchases on eBay – while also earning 5X Ultimate Reward points!
One of my largest trips ever is coming up. Help troubleshoot this big trip and see what could possibly go wrong here!
Promotions normally give us something extra, but if you do not read the fine print, you may find your Hilton Diamond status has been downgraded by this promotion!
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