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Monthly Archives for September 2006.
Award travel on United’s new Washington Dulles-Tokyo flight is only 45,000 Mileage Plus miles in coach between October 28, 2006 and March 31, 2007. You can start from other cities, but need to connect to and from the Dulles flight. (That tip to Flyertalk member Boazs.)
The traditional outstanding offer for the American Airlines Mastercard is 20,000 bonus points with first purchase and fee waived the first year. I guess too many people were cancelling the card before the fee hit, because there’s a new offer that ups the ante — 20,000 bonus points with first purchase, fee waived the first year, and 5000 more points after a year. Strictly speaking I don’t know when the 5000 additional points will post, perhaps you’ll have already paid the annual fee or perhaps it’s still within the timeframe that you can cancel without owing the fee (even if the $85 has shown up on your credit card statement already). Either way, the offer is clearly aimed at getting folks to keep the card through the first year’s renewal. 5000 points for $85 may…
Amtrak is offering double points on train travel through December 16 (excluding November 21 – 28). Registration is required.
From Free Frequent Flyer Miles: Continental Airlines OnePass members who have not created a OnePass Dining Login ID can earn 1,000 bonus miles for doing so here October 1 – December 31, 2006. It appears that you don’t actually have to dine to get the miles
If you stay 5 consecutive nights at am InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn, or Holiday Inn Express in the U.S, Canada or Mexico for 5 consecutive nights or more through December 31, 2006 you can earn 10,000 bonus Delta miles.Not bad. Registration is required and you have to select Delta miles as your earning preference in your Priority Club profile.
I’m quoted in Christopher Elliott’s New York Times article today, though I’m not in it saying anything particularly remarkable.
Don’t you just hate it when this happens?
Hyatt is offer 2500 bonus points with your first stay by November 30 as a new member when signing up via a special offer. (Hat tip to Free Frequent Flyer Miles.)
Via Free Frequent Flyer Miles, Delta is offering 250 free miles for answering a one question survey.