Dining Rewards Programs – Simply Sign Up and Earn Bonus Miles!

posted by June 9, 2014

Looking for a little extra cash this summer?

Beach in Paradise

Check out these amazing Rewards Programs and their sign-up bonuses and start earning extra miles at participating restaurants and bars across the globe!

A few highlights:

  • United: from 500 to 3,000 Free MileagePlus Miles for dining at 5 restaurants (no minimum!)
  • US Airways: 2,000 Miles when you sign up and spend $30 at a participating restaurant or bar, then review it within 30 days
  • American: 2,000 AAdvantage bonus points after spending $30 at a participating location, reviewing it, and then opt-in to receive mail notifications
  • Delta: 2,000 SkyMiles after enrolling in the dining program by the end of the year and then completing the requirements above (same as American)
  • Hilton: 1,000 HHonors just for signing up for Hilton HHonors Dining, plus an additional 8 Bonus Points for every dollar spent at your favorite bar, restaurant or even club!

 

Don’t hesitate, many programs have deadlines for when you need to sign up by, check them out today!

 

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Diversification and Transferrable Points: A Smart Strategy for Rewards Programs

posted by April 22, 2014

Diversification and Transferrable PointsWith so many different types of travel rewards programs today, it can be tempting to choose just one for simplicity’s sake. However, this may not be the best strategy. According to this article from The Points Guy, diversifying your rewards program portfolio, just like you would your investments, is a great way to maximize the flexibility of your points.

The Points Guy received a question about the value of collecting hotel points instead of airline miles in the wake of many airlines devaluing their rewards. His answer states that instead of focusing solely on one or the other, travelers should instead enroll in programs with points that are transferrable between hotels and airlines. This way, members can choose to redeem their points for flights or lodging, whichever would be most valuable to them at any given time. Having flexibility with rewards programs also allows members to avoid being hurt by point devaluations from either airlines or hotels.

There are many credit cards that allow points to be transferred between hotel and airline partners, including:

Find out which flyer miles and credit card points strategy is best for you and contact us today!

 

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