Travel Better for Less
Aaron founded The Milelion with the intention of helping people travel better for less and impressing chiobu. He was 50% successful.
All the deals from the world of miles and points.
UOB has upsized the miles on overseas dining, shopping and accommodation plus public transport to 4.4 mpd until the end of the year. Caps apply.
Alaska has shut down the much-loved JAL one-way trick, effectively doubling the price of a Business Class ticket to Japan. What now?
The X Card is now back in plastic form with the same 60,000 miles sign up bonus.
It’s not strictly speaking a 100,000 miles bonus, but it’s still a way to pick up miles for cheap…assuming you’ve got some really big spending planned.
Apply for a UOB PRVI Miles AMEX card from 16-31 Oct 2019 and get S$100 cash upon approval, regardless of whether you’re new-to-bank or existing.
Spontaneous Escapes for November 2019 are out, with 30% off selected Singapore Airlines and SilkAir awards.
Qatar’s A320s will eventually disappear from the fleet, but until they do, they’re a schizophrenic experience.
The SCB X Card has now been closed for applications twice as long as it’s been open. When we see the card on the market again?
If you only use your KrisFlyer miles for Singapore Airlines flights, you’re ignoring their full potential.
Singapore Airlines award space is now appearing on Mileage Plan…including the so-called “forbidden cabins”. What does this mean for us in Singapore?
Two recent UOB sign up offers have excluded supplementary cardholder transactions. There’s simply no good reason for this.
New-to-bank customers who spend $6K within 90 days of approval will get 10,000 bonus miles. No cap on the number of eligible customers.
New-to-bank and existing customers who spend $2K and $6K respectively in a month can get 10K miles…if they’re fast enough.
Even if you don’t get a QSuite-equipped A350, Qatar Airways’ “regular” Business Class is still a solid experience.