This week, there were many popular posts on Running with Miles covering a range of travel, deals, and running topics. See what you may have missed here!
The new Wyndham Rewards program is out – you can redeem only 15K points for any free night within the chain. Not only that, but the improved credit card offer gives you 3 free nights as a bonus and a special anniversary bonus.
The frequent flyer programs have been changing as of late and many flyers are looking for where they should be crediting their miles. The problem is with the shifting of fare classes and how they credit to the various programs. What should you do?
There are two picks from Chase that I think make great sense for your application round this month. This post has the reasons and the cards.
There are a lot of deals and tips that float around. There are many that I am not aware of and some that I am. I am very hesitant to share some on the blog because I do not want them to die earlier than they may otherwise. Thanks to the results of the poll, I will be launching a newsletter soon that will serve as a method of delivering some of these tips and tricks (as well as posts). Look for it coming this week!
With the new Wyndham Rewards program, one of the features is the point/cash mix. It takes cash and 3,000 points. Using this bonus offer, you can pick up those 3,000 point for a very cheap hotel stay.
The three Southwest cards are now all at 50,000 points (and the business card at 60,000 points). While that it not big news, it is great to see the Southwest Plus card at a public offer of 50,000 points.
The Alaska Airlines card is back with the $100 statement credit, in addition to the regular 25,000 mile bonus. This is for new cardmembers and it is a great way to start getting involved with Alaska Airlines.
The American Express/JetBlue relationship will end at the end of this year. Amex said it will be transferred to a different card. Will it be an Amex Barclay card or some other Amex product?
This informative guide lines up the airline credit cards against each other in a variety of areas – sign-up bonuses, anniversary bonuses, card perks, annual fees, etc. There are a lot of them and this guide helps you to pick which cards may be best for you.
The combination of Amex Offers, portal bonuses, and coupons is a very powerful combination. This was a great deal at eBags with AA miles.
The next day, eBags came back with another portal offer and this one was for United at 15x miles. Keep checking for these kinds of offers!
Amazon ran a nice deal of the day with up to 50% off a variety of travel accessories. This offer is no longer available, but keep following for these kinds of deals!
This was another combination of deals – a great Emirates discount combined with an Amex Offer. There is still some time left on this deal so check in before it is too late!
Garmin watches are my favorite GPS watches. The Garmin Fenix 2 is an incredible product and this is easily one of the best prices ever on this watch.
As a marathoner, one of the toughest parts of training is the long run. Here are 5 great things about the long run that may help you approach it in a better way and enjoy it much more.
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