Welcome back to the Sunday Summary! This is your opportunity to catch the stories of the week that you may have missed.
Given the holiday week, it was a much lighter week of posting. That means that this coming week with have a few catch-up posts as we get back on track for the new year! But, there were still some posts and they are covered here.
By utilizing the US Airways Trial Preferred offer, it was possible to pick up AA’s Executive Platinum status by only flying 30,000 miles. With that status came AA’s valuable systemwide upgrades! But, US Airways has finally pulled the Trial Preferred offer so that fast path to AA Executive Platinum has gone away for the masses. However, US Airway elites can still gift that trial to fellow flyers, so time to find which friends have that ability! 🙂
Amazon keeps coming out with some great deals for everyone, especially for the traveler.
Everyone has goals for a new year and here are some of my running goals for 2015. What is missing here is one of two big goals for the year! I still have to wait to see how one plays out before I move to another great option and goal. I will write about it when it is set!
More great Amazon deals with some awesome fitness equipment for the new year.
The Hyatt Diamond Challenge is back, but with a twist. It is still the best way for customers who plan to stay at Hyatts to earn the top tier status.
Without a published end date to this unannounced award discount on partner business class awards, we don’t know when they may disappear. I thought it was going to end at the first of the year, but it is still ongoing. Take this as a reminder to book your awards before it is too late.
Another United discounted award is out, but American Airlines provides a much better value and even less miles required as their regular award pricing.
Check out which posts were the 10 most viewed of the year. There were some dealing with elite status, some with first class cabins, and others as well.
With the new year here, it is time to keep those resolutions that you made! Here are 3 solutions to help you keep those resolutions as you go through the year.
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