Should you make AAdvantage award reservations now for later travel on American?
Important for Business and First Class, and for travel to southern South America.
The BA.com site does some weird things. This blog entry tells how to overcome them.
Book on Norwegian Airlines website. Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm.
Pay in Norwegian Krone to get a discount from paying in US Dollars. Use Google Translate so you can utilize the Norwegian-language site for the discounted prices.
Fare includes only one carry-on, maximum 22 pounds, if you want more / carry-on luggage you must pay extra.
An Amex Offer, not all will get it
I’ve had a smartphone from Republic Wireless for 2 or 3 years. Unlimited minutes/texts/data, no contract. My bills are less than $15 dollars a month.
You have to buy a phone from them directly (or perhaps off eBay), but the price is reasonable.
Consumer Reports recently gave them a Best Buy rating. They run on the Sprint network, but are hinting that they may follow Google’s lead and add connectivity to T-Mobile’s network also.
Check out at RepublicWireless dot com.
Frontier adds miscellaneous fees, so the true price will be higher.
If you acquire 110,000 Rapid Rewards points (Southwest Airlines version of frequent-flyer miles) in a calendar year, SWA will automatically send you a free Companion Pass good for the current and following year. So, if you get a pass now it will be good until Dec. 31, 2017.
A Companion Pass entitles your designated companion to travel with you for just $5.60.
Chase is currently offering 3 different SWA credit cards, and each one has a signup bonus of 50,000 Rapid Rewards points.
Avoid BA for trans-Atlantic award travel utilizing AAdvantage miles. Use American or airBerlin, consider Iberia.
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