AirAsia BIG rewards program review – is it worth signing up?

UPDATED 2018: AirAsia is the world’s favorite low-cost carrier and has its own rewards program called Air Asia BIG. From it’s humble beginnings as a way to earn points on flights,  AirAsia BIG has expanded to add benefits for frequent travelers, and more options to earn and redeem AirAsia rewards for flights and with partners! So, how good is the Air Asia rewards … Continue reading

Buy Alaska Airlines Miles & get a 40% bonus!

Alaska Airlines launched another sale for their Alaska MileagePlan rewards program, offering a 40% bonus when purchasing miles. This can be a great opportunity to fly Cathay Pacific Airlines in Business or First Class for a fraction of the cash price or on one of  Alaska’s other partner airlines – but make sure you check availability first! Find out all … Continue reading

Turkish Airlines Miles & Smiles Rewards Program Review

The rewards program of Turkish Airlines is called “Miles & Smiles”. It has received more attention (especially in the US) with their participation in StarAlliance, the move to revenue-oriented miles earning by other StarAlliance airlines and their recent addition to the Citi ThankYou program, allowing credit card holders of the bank to transfer points into Miles & Smiles for award … Continue reading

More than 40% off Singapore Airlines Award Travel with Spontaneous Escapes

Singapore Airlines is my favorite airline and the World’s Best Airline of 2018. Now, it’s more affordable to fly between the US and Singapore using KrisFlyer award tickets – you can safe more than 40% during the latest Spontaneous Escapes promotion on ultra-long flights between Singapore and New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles! Be quick – this promotion ends … Continue reading

Eurowings Boomerang Club Reward Program Review

Boomerang Club is the rewards program of Eurowings and a lightweight competitor to parent company Lufthansa‘s own miles & more program: You can earn miles more quickly and redeem for less on flights within Europe and North Africa. But the lack of redemption partners, no elite level perks and the hard expiration of miles after only 24 months limit the … Continue reading