Year: 2019

Credit Card Savings You Might Be Missing & An Awesome Status Gift

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NowBoarding, your daily travel news in 7 minutes or less. This is your host, Ed Pizza, bringing you the latest travel deals and travel news you need to know Monday through Friday.  No more worrying about missing out on the best deals.  Give us a couple of minutes every day and we’ll give you what’s going on in the world of travel.

Look for links to all of today’s stories in the show notes on whatever podcast platform you’re listening.  And, please share the show with a friend!

First up this morning is a savings program that I’ve never heard of, and it likely means I’ve been leaving money on the table. Visa Savings Edge is a program for small businessesthat helps them automatically save money when spending on a linked Visa business credit cards.  For folks who carry the popular Ink cards from Chase, or if you’ve taken advantage of the awesome bonus offer for the Capital One Spark Miles card, you’re eligible for extra savings.

Some of the examples include 2% off at Chevron, 3% at Stamps.com, 5% at Mailchimp.  If any of you are using the 2% rebate at Papa Johns, we need to have a serious conversation about your taste in pizza.  There are also a handful of travel brands participating as well.

Once you’re signed up, the rebates should automatically post to your account.  Make sure you grab your free money for expenses you already have with merchants you already do business with.

It looks like Hong Kong Airlines got the cash injection they neededto be able to keep flying. Last week we covered the news that the airline had been given only days to raise money before government authorities would revoke their authorization to operate the airline.  For the time being, it still makes sense to proceed with caution if you’re considering Hong Kong Airlines for future travel.

Members of World of Hyatt can now earn and redeem points at the new hotel within a hotel, NoMad in Las Vegas.  This boutique hotel is inside the Park MGM, which is newly renovated.  You might know it as the Monte Carlo if you haven’t been to Vegas in a bit.  I’ve stayed at NoMad.  It’s an interesting property.  The rooms are lovely, some of the most comfortable I’ve seen in Vegas.  The bar has a great vibe.  We had an off experience in the restaurant right after it opened.  I do have it on my list to go back and try again.  At any rate, you can now earn and burn Hyatt points at NoMad, which means you have 13 non-Hyatt hotels to choose from if you’re looking to take advantage of your Hyatt status.

United Airlines has announced an order for the Airbus A321XLR to replace the aging 757s in their fleet.  The XLR stands for extra long range, with the single-aisle aircraft having a range of 4,700 nautical miles. That’s a bit longer than your average 757.

The announcement of this aircraft order does two things for consumers.  With the first planes being delivered in 2024, it’s an indication that those 757s will likely continue flying until the XLRs start to arrive.  It’s also a good indication that United intends to continue serving some transatlantic routes effectively from the East Coast on a narrow body plane.  That’s generally a good sign for consumers when it comes to finding flight availability, even if most of the seats are of the upright variety.

Are you one of the lucky Hyatt Globalists that is receiving American Airlines Executive Platinum status as a gift this year?  Color me impressed by this really great offering we’re hearing about from frequent travelers.  Executive Platinum is the highest status you can earn without an invitation.  It’s an excellent top-tier status.  No concrete word on whether this status match includes systemwide upgrades, which would be truly great.

That’s a full wrap on today’s travel news. If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebookand Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

And, since we’re still getting started on this new format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

50% Off Award Flights To Europe & Discounted Target Gift Cards

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NowBoarding, your daily travel news in 7 minutes or less. This is your host, Ed Pizza, bringing you the latest travel deals and travel news you need to know Monday through Friday. No more worrying about missing out on the best deals. Give us a couple of minutes every day and we’ll give you what’s going on in the world of travel.

Look for links to all of today’s stories in the show notes on whatever podcast platform you’re listening. And, please share the show with a friend!

First up is news on the fast-moving partnership with Delta Airlines and South America’s LATAM. LATAM was long a partner of American Airlines but jumped ship recently. We now appear to have a date as to when the relationship with American Airlines will end. LATAM has announced that all tickets purchased via LATAM for American Airlines flights up until January 31, 2020 will have the same conditions irrespective of the flight date. That seems to indicate the partnership will end that day on a go forward basis. It’s good to see that they’ll honor benefits on tickets sold for travel past that date.

Meanwhile, Delta and LATAM will start their codeshare agreement on February 1st. We still don’t have a solid date on when the two airlines will shared details like their loyalty partnership or lounge access, but we expect that to launch in 2020.

December 8th is an easy day to score free cash at Target stores. For the past handful of years they’ve had one day where they sell discounted Target gift cards. December 8th is this year’s version. Details aren’t 100% firm, but it seems you’ll be able to buy 3 Target gift cards at a discount of 10%. In previous years, this has been limited to one card up to $300, so we’ll have to wait just a bit longer to get the exact details. But, this is essentially free money, especially if you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping yet.

AirFrance-KLM’s Flying Blue has announced their Promo Rewards for December, which are valid for travel in February and March. There are 50% discounts on award flights to Europe in Economy and Premium Economy as well as 25% discounts on Business Class. If you tune into NowBoarding or the Miles To Go podcast on a regular basis you may have heard us cover the recent transfer bonuses for AirFrance from both Chase and Capital One. If you add these two together it can make for a very cheap vacation.

United Airlines has rolled out their new PlusPoints system for elite upgrades. The interface actually looks really user-friendly. Check the link in the show notes to see the screen shots. Early reports are that upgrade inventory on high demand routes is still very hard to find. In the end, PlusPoints may be little more than a slicker interface to watch your upgrades go unused.

Finally, the big news of the day after we published the news yesterday was United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz stepping down in 2020 and passing the torch to Scott Kirby. Scott Kirby is very adept at squeezing every last penny of profit out of an airline and their customers. He’s not been famous for positive relationships with the unions at a number of his previous stops. It’ll be interesting to see if the airline continues Oscar’s mantra. Each time I’ve heard Oscar speak he had one phrase which summed up what United was trying to do. “Proof, not promises.”

That’s a full wrap on today’s travel news. If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

And, since we’re still getting started on this new format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

Transportation Strike Could Snarl Travel And Cash Back On Hotels

A quick note: For some reason this didn’t publish yesterday. Most likely user error. My apologies.

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NowBoarding, your daily travel news in 7 minutes or less. This is your host, Ed Pizza, bringing you the latest travel deals and travel news you need to know Monday through Friday. No more worrying about missing out on the best deals. Give us a couple of minutes every day and we’ll give you what’s going on in the world of travel.

A quick side note, thanks to Daniel for sending some feedback my way last night. I’m going to try to make an effort to give you guys a bit more of each story as I share the news. I’m trying to balance keeping the show short so you can tune in easily every day with making sure I’m delivering enough valuable information. Please keep the feedback coming!

Look for links to all of today’s stories in the show notes on whatever podcast platform you’re listening. And, please share the show with a friend!

First up this week is word of a strike in France for transportation workers. This could obviously affect your airline travel, since Air France union ground crew workers are supposed to strike. Air traffic controllers are said to be a part of it, which would make matters much worse. And, this strike is also supposed to affect rail workers. Train is a great way to get from airports like Charles-de Gaulle to downtown Paris. And, I’ve taken the train to get to smaller cities outside of Paris. If you have a trip planned soon, it’s time to start thinking of backup plans.

Next up is the news that BankDirect will start sending 1099s for the miles you earn with their banking product. BankDirect has been around for ages. It’s a way to earn American Airlines AAdvantage miles on your banking. The program is not as lucrative as it once was, but it’s still a reasonable way to earn a few miles. There are competing opinions on how bad the change from BankDirect is. One Mile at a Time thinks it’s not worth the hassle, while View From The Wing thinks this is a small cost and still a viable way to earn some miles.

One of the more popular cash back apps, Dosh, is offering a $30 cash back bonus for hotel bookings right now. This is on top of the regular cash back you’d receive on a Dosh booking. Deals We Like has more details on this easy way to pick up cash if you’re planning a hotel stay in the near future.

Richard Branson is no longer interested in selling his controlling stake in Virgin Atlantic to Air France-KLM. This was essentially a way for Delta to gain a majority control in the airline through a series of different transactions. It’s unclear how much this cost Richard Branson, or how mad Delta is. But, it’s highly likely this is better for frequent fliers than if Delta had control of the award charts.

Finally, today is the first day of United Airlines new upgrade system, PlusPoints. The system offers more flexibility to elite travelers for the upgrades they receive. PlusPoints replaces the Global Premier Upgrades and Regional Premier Upgrades, also referred to as GPU and RPU for us nerds. This is likely to be a positive change, adding a bit of flexibility for travelers. However, unless United loosens their hold on inventory, this will likely end up as a non-event for most travelers.

That’s a full wrap on today’s travel news. If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

And, since we’re still getting started on this new format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

Double Check Your Bookings & Biz Travel Holiday Gift Guide

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First up this week is a word to the wise. Live and Let’s Fly lets us know that things are rocky right now at Air Canada and Aeroplan. They attempted a systems integration last week that did not go well. It’s not only a good time to check your existing reservations. It’s also a good time to have a plan B if you were planning to use Aeroplan to book an upcoming trip. That’s why it pays not to procrastinate. I’m famous for waiting too long to book trips and getting tripped up by things like this.

Another cautionary tale this week is via View From The Wing. Hyatt is losing the Ocean Resort and Casino in Atlantic City as part of the World of Hyatt program. This sort of thing happens from time to time. However, this one is a bit more painful.

For starters, the change is happening at the start of 2020, less than a month from now. Second, Hyatt isn’t doing much to help those affected. Other than offering to move award reservations to a paid rate or transfer them to another hotel, people with award bookings are stuck. There are no similar properties nearby. In fact, the next closest hotels are a Hyatt Place and Hyatt House in Mt Laurel, over 40 miles away. I get that Hyatt’s in a bad spot here. But, part of why I continue to patronize Hyatt is because they have continued to stand behind their members where other chains take the easy way out.

I could be wrong here, but I think most customers understand when something like this happens. However, since the matter is completely out of the customer’s control, a few extra Hyatt points in someone’s account seems a worthwhile value to let customers know Hyatt empathizes with them in the situation. Here’s hoping Hyatt finds a solid resolution for customers here.

It’s holiday shopping time, and there’s a gift giving guide for business travelers written by yours truly. Road warriors have different needs than occasional travelers and leisure travelers. Gear has to justify its weight and space in a backpack or briefcase, and you better get solid value for money spent. If you’re hunting for the perfect gift for a business traveler, we’ve got plenty of suggestions they’re bound to love.

God Save the Points shines some light on 5 Marriott Moments you might consider spending your points on. Experiences are becoming a bigger part of loyalty programs, but they’ve been around a while. Heck, it’s 7 years ago since I redeemed my SPG Starpoints to get my wife a tennis lesson with Andre Agassi. Still the single greatest redemption I’ve ever had. Anyway, take a look at these Marriott Moments. The Hotel Danieli in Venice is one of my favorite, which means once again I’m saying Gilbert from God Save the Points has good taste.

Last up this week is a reminder about Kimpton Hotels’ secret social password. Make sure to have the password when you check-in for a Kimpton stay to earn a mystery prize, like free breakfast or a bottle of wine. The current password is “Stay Human”. Thanks to Ben at One Mile at a Time for reminding us of this fun benefit.

That’s a full wrap on today’s travel news. If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebookand Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

 

Plenty of Black Friday Deals!

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NowBoarding, your daily travel news in 7 minutes or less. I’m your host, Ed Pizza, and I bring you news on the latest travel deals and travel news you need to know Monday through Friday. No more worrying about missing out on the best deals. Give us a couple of minutes every day and we’ll make sure you’ve got the best info.

Plenty of Black Friday stuff to talk about today. There are so many travel deals out there right now. No matter how you like to travel, there’s a deal for you.

If you’re looking for one place to follow on Black Friday to get the full picture, check out the Black Friday command center at Deals We Like. You can find a link to it in the show notes.

If your Black Friday plan was to do all your shopping on Amazon, you may be targeted for an offer to save $60 if you make all your purchases through the Amazon App. Miles to Memories has all the details.

If you’re in the market for a new laptop, there’s an unbelievable price on the MacBook Air right now. I’m used to paying $1,000 or more for these machines for my employees. Today, we’re seeing a price under $700. And, if you stack all the available offers out there, you might be able to get it under $600.

For those of you who may not be ninja wizards when it comes to redeeming miles and points, you probably shy away from airline programs you don’t know much about. No Mas Coach lays out the reasons why you should be thinking about Asiana Club.

I’ll give you one example to consider. United charges 60,000 miles one-way in business class from North America to Europe, unless you get stung by their new close-in booking fee, or their new dynamic award charts. Asiana will sell you that same business class seat for 40,000 miles. Definitely worth looking into, especially if you have a bunch of Marriott Bonvoy points.

Thinking about planning a family cruise? Cruise expert Gene Sloan breaks down the price comparisonbetween Disney, Royal Caribbean and Carnival. Our family enjoys cruising, with multiple cruises on Royal and Disney. Without doing the math, I was pretty sure Disney was much more expensive than Royal Caribbean. Gene has all the math to back that up.

Two quick hits to finish us off. TAP Portugal has a 20% off Black Friday coupon that runs all weekend. If you’re located near a US destination for TAP, they can be a great way to get to Europe. With their Western European hub in Lisbon, they can be a great connecting point to the rest of Europe. Lisbon is also an incredible city and a great place to build in a stopover.

And, if you’re into playing the lottery on Black Friday, Expedia and Priceline have free shots at big discounts. Expedia is giving away a limited supply of 75% off coupons if you book through their app. And, Priceline is giving away mystery coupons, with some being 99% off a hotel stay. Jen has all those details in her master post on all the Black Friday travel deals. You’ll find that in the show notes.

That’s a full wrap on today’s travel news. I hope you guys will let me know what you think of the new show format. It’s going to be a lot of work to put together a daily show, but I’m committed to it if everyone finds it valuable.

If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebookand Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

Hey, since we’re still getting started on this new format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

Award Flights to Europe From 18,000 Miles Round-Trip!

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We get started today with a Delta flash award sale. These are some excellent prices. Boston to London in Economy class for 18,000 miles round-trip? Or, Seattle-Tokyo round-trip for 34,000 miles. Two awesome values for you SkyMiles. I’m eager to see if they do some more business class award flash sales for Black Friday again this year.

While we’re talking Black Friday, be sure to check out the 40% off worldwide sale at Booking.com. You have until December 2nd to take advantage of these deals.

And, one more hit on Black Friday. Be sure to check out the Black Friday master postfrom master deal guru Jen at Deals We Like. She has everything Black Friday firmly under control. You’ll find a link to her Black Friday HQ in the show notes.

Point me to the Plane is pointing out the fact that if you’re flying this week, you might be going hungry. There’s a catering strike planned for 17 airports in the USfor Tuesday, November 26th. Big airline hubs like Newark, Chicago, Dallas and Denver. You may want to pack a snack or pick up lunch in the airport. Heck, given the current state of most airline catering, you’re better off picking up food in the airport anyway. My motto? Never rely on the airlines to feed you. It frequently ends in disappointment.

There’s a new travel gadgetthat frequent travelers are going bonkers over. If you’ve got bluetooth headphones and you travel, you need this. Check out the show notes for a link.

We wrap up today’s episode with news of a class action settlement against Wyndham hotels. If you stayed at a Wyndham hotel in the past 9 years, you might be entitled to some cash back in your pocket. Make sure you check into this to get your share of this settlement.

If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com.

Since this is a new show format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

Daily Travel News! This Hotel Wants To Watch You & Half-Priced Google Pixel 4

I’m taking the dive into another format change on the NowBoarding podcast!  I’ll be joining you 5 days a week, Monday through Friday.  I’ll bring you the day’s travel news in 7 minutes or less.  Here’s the first episode in the new format:

 

Don’t forget to check out the Miles To Go Podcast where we bring you the latest travel news, tips and tricks each week to help you save money and travel better.

Check out previous episodes of NowBoarding:

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Change is constant in this world and I’m changing the podcast format again. There are travel deals every day and I hear from so many of you that you miss out on the best of them. So, 5 days a week I’m going to put together a podcast episode with the best travel news around the internet. If you’ve got 7 minutes then you’ve got time to hear what’s going on in the world of travel.

Our first story this week is a heads-up to those of you traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. There’s a pretty hefty snowstorm scheduled to hit Denver Monday and Tuesday. Denver Airport is a major hub for Frontier, Southwest and United. It could easily take a couple of days for things to normalize, so be prepared now with backup options if you’re flying this week.

It’s time for Black Friday sales, and if you’re in the market for a Google Pixel 4, there’s a great deal right now. Google is offering a 50% rebate on the price of any Google Pixel 4 if you buy it by December 2nd. The rebate credit is in the form of a Google Fi credit.

There’s an incredible new option for your Hyatt points. World of Hyatt has a partnership with Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and One Mile at a Time has discovered a gem. Calala Island, a private Nicaraguan island, has rooms that you can redeem 40,000 Hyatt points per night for a junior suite. The property goes for over $2,000 a night and has a whopping 4 rooms. This is ultra-luxury, without a penny coming out of your pocket. I’m definitely booking this for my wife and I!

A hotel is charging $1 a night if you agree to let them livestream your stay on YouTube. The Asahi Ryokan hotel in Japan will rent you a room for a dollar, if you’re willing to be on stage. There’s no audio and cameras are pointed away from the bathroom area. Everything else is fair game. Would you do this to save $30?

Our final story today is that Costco is apparently selling Super Bowl tickets. The Super Bowl is in Miami this year, and you can get 2 tickets for a hefty price. The packages come with a ton of Costco cash cards, which you can totally send my way if you can’t find a use for them.

If you’ve got a piece of travel news that you think I should feature on NowBoarding, you can e-mail me at ed@pizzainmotion.com, or find me on social media, Twitter, Facebookand Instagram. And, you can find me blogging daily at pizzainmotion.com

Since this is a new show format, you can do me a big favor and leave me a review on whatever podcast platform you’re listening to. Reviews and ratings are a huge part of what helps us reach a larger audience. And, if you’re enjoying the show, please tell a friend. That’s your travel news in 7 minutes or less. I hope you’ll join us again on a future flight!

14,000 Bonus Shopping Miles & What’s Marriott Status Worth?

This week, Shawn Coomer from Miles to Memories is back to chat with Ed Pizza about some of the top news and posts of the week from BoardingArea. The fellas chat about what Marriott Bonvoy status is really worth, a great shopping portal bonus and some new tips for planning vacations with families! They also cover AMEX’s latest transfer bonusnew rules on lounge access for members and that crazy awesome American Airlines error fare!

Links

5 Tips On How To Plan Family Vacations With Kids

What Do You Think Of Yesterday’s Crazy Award Deal To New Zealand?

New American & United Lounge Restrictions

Is it worth MSing Marriott Platinum status?

Huge Holiday Bonus: 14,000 Bonus Miles by Shopping Online

New Amex Transfer Bonus: 20% Bonus to Qantas

Miles to Memories Podcast

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Save on Disney, New Flights Down Under & AMEX Transfer Bonus

This week, Shawn Coomer from Miles to Memories is back to chat with Ed Pizza about some of the top news and posts of the week from BoardingArea. Tune in to hear all about how to save money on Disney gift cards, the latest United news, and the latest on more US-New Zealand direct flights! The gents also discuss the debate of balancing cost vs. convenience when planning your travel, a great tip on discounted holiday decorations and a new AMEX transfer bonus!

Links

Save on Disney Gift Cards: How You Can Consistently Save 15% or More!

How To Transfer Disney Gift Cards To Save Money On Disney Tickets

17 Things I Learned At United Airlines Media Day

The Battle Between Cost and Convenience

You’ll Soon Be Able To Fly Non-Stop From The USA To Both New Zealand Islands…

Lowe’s Halloween Clearance Guide: When It Starts & How to Save a Ton

Amex 25% transfer bonus to Air France/KLM Flying Blue

Miles to Memories Podcast

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Capital One Transfer Bonus And Does Elite Status Matter?

Welcome to NowBoarding: The Official BoardingArea Podcast!

This week Joe Hegedus from Your Mileage May Vary joins host Ed Pizza to chat about some of the top news and posts of the week on BoardingArea. The gents chat about news in the headlines: New Amex Offers from Marriott and for stays in Las Vegas and speaking of Vegas, a new international flight launches service between Sin City and the City of Lights. Tune in to hear a discussion on whether elite status matters anymore and the evolution of the economy class experience. They also chat about yet another Capital One transfer bonus, a possible partnership between JetBlue and Norwegian Air and Marriott’s acquisition of seven all-inclusive Caribbean resorts.

Links

Airline Status Matters For Some People But Most Of Us Should Just Ignore It

Amex Offers: Save Money In Vegas And At Marriott

Is The Economy Class Experience Starting To Get Better?

Marriott Is Buying Seven Caribbean Hotels To Add To Its All-Inclusive Portfolio

33.3% transfer bonus from Capital One to Qantas

La Compagnie Will Fly To Las Vegas Via Iceland

Norwegian Air & Jet Blue in Tentative Trans-Atlantic Agreement

Miles to Go: Travel Tips, News & Reviews You Can’t Afford to Miss

Don’t forget to check out the Miles To Go Podcast where we bring you the latest travel news, tips and tricks each week to help you save money and travel better.

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