Here is a roundup of the posts from this week on Running with Miles. Catch up on all that happened right here!
There is a lot of talk about 3 Delta Amex cards that have seen an increase but it is important to remember that there is a 4th offer! This post gives the details on that offer and the link for this great offer.
A lot of companies get a lot of heat for how they deal with customers, much of that heat is well-deserved. However, it is nice when a company acts in a human fashion and this is a story about such an act for friends of ours.
The Amex Premier Rewards Gold card has some new perks, including a new $100 airline credit. But, the public offers only give 25,000 points which is not a good deal – this post shows how you may be able to get the 50,000 points!
This is a great deal to grab some luggage, or other items, from Amazon at a discount. This code is still valid and you can get 20% off a lot of luggage.
With the summer travel season upon us, guidebooks can be a great way to show us what is worth seeing and doing. This post tells you how you can get access to Lonely Planet eBooks for free for one month.
United has changed their award chart for domestic travel in Japan – and it is for the good! You can now save up to 50% on the miles used for some of these expensive flights.
Southwest had another sale, this one to many destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean. This sale has expired but be on the lookout for the next one!
Applying for credit cards with high bonuses is the best, and easiest, way to get miles and points for free travel. My wife was recently approved for yet another Chase card – and it brought her to a new record high for Chase cards in our family.
There are times in our travels when a second US passport is necessary. Unfortunately, they only last two years. If you need a new one, this post will tell you how to go about getting one.
The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is a great passenger jet, but you may not believe what this plane can really do!
This video will let you control your view of the traffic at Dubai International Airport. It is high resolution and is awesome!
Google Maps are very helpful but there are times when they mess up. In my recent case, their mess up just made me have to take a strange route. Has it ever messed up your travel plans?
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