Good news for those that would like to credit their Virgin America flights to Singapore Krisflyer.
To call Jeju Island a “little-known” destination seems like a strange thing to say. Afterall, the Seoul to Jeju route is literally the busiest in the entire world. Now that I have returned and have a better feel for what Jeju Island is all about, here are 5 reasons why I would recommend that you visit.
If you are ready to use your Singapore Airlines miles to book travel for early 2017, there is a special offer available through November 16th to receive a 30% discount when redeem Krisflyer miles online for for flights aboard Singapore Airlines or SilkAir, for travel between February 6th and May 31st, 2017.
Early November means that it is the middle of open enrollment season for those who receive health insurance through an employer. As you sort through the various health insurance options available to you for 2017, the easy choice is to simply keep what you have today. However, if you have ever wondered if there is a better choice that will allow you to maximize points earning, here are a few things to consider.
If you are looking to book upcoming stays within the Hilton family of hotels, there are two ongoing flash sales in North/South America and Asia to jump on within the next few days!
There’s currently an enticing deal for round-trip Business Class tickets on Delta from Tokyo Haneda airport to a number of North American destinations, starting at ~$1,200, for travel between now and March 2017.
There’s a smoking hot deal over at Ctrip which is a Chinese OTA for ~$1,800 round-trip Business Class tickets from Hong Kong to Los Angeles. It looks like you can fly the Trans-Pacific segment in either United and ultimately connect to LAX via SFO, or on ANA and connect to LAX via Tokyo.
I have been keeping a close eye on all the action this week with the release of the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card and in particular, it’s been interesting to see all of the data points coming through on who has and hasn’t been getting approved as a result of Chase’s 5/24 rule. Since I was currently sitting at 7/24 (e.g. 7 new credit cards opened within the past 24 months), I made sure to do my homework on how to best maximize my chances of an approval, which would include a visit to my nearest Chase bank to apply for the card as opposed to doing so online.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you may have heard a thing or two about the new Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card that will officially be released tomorrow. There are a number of good comparisons already out there, and the consensus is that this beefed up Sapphire Preferred card is essentially positioned as the equivalent to the American Express Platinum card within the Chase portfolio.
Usain Bolt won his third straight gold in his 100M race tonight in Rio, and apparently he was so fast that he may have had factored into the evacuation at JFK tonight.