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Here are some quick deals to pay attention to:
- Earn up to 200,000 Avios points. With every qualifying, round-trip, transatlantic flight (on British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia, and OpenSkies) between now and May 31, 2013, you’ll earn 20,000 bonus Avios points. After five round-trips you’ll earn an additional 100,000 points – this will give you a total of 200,0000 points! Unfortunately this is limited to just British Airways Executive members in the US and Canada. You must register prior to making your reservation. Qualifying cabins include:
- British Airways operated flights, includes fares booked in First Class, Club World Business Class, World Traveller Plus Premium Economy or flexible/non-restricted World Traveller Economy Class: F, A, J, C, D, R, I, W, E, T, Y, B or H;
- American Airlines operated flights, includes fares booked in First Class, Business Class or flexible/non-restricted Economy Class: F, A, J, R, D, I, Y, B or H;
- Iberia operated flights, includes fares booked in Business Class or flexible/non-restricted Economy Class: J, C, D, R, I or Y;
- OpenSkies operated flights, includes fares booked in Biz Bed/Business, Prem Plus/Premium Economy and flexible/non-restricted Eco/Economy: J, C, D, R, I, W, E, T, Y, B or H.
- 5,000 US Airways bonus miles for every 3 New York – DC – Boston shuttle flight. Through May 31, 2013, you can earn a bonus of 5,000 miles after every 3 flights you take on the US Airways shuttle between New York, DC, and Boston. You can earn up to a maximum of 50,000 miles (so 30 one-way flights needed – or 15 round-trips). Register here. Thank you to View from the Wing for sharing!
- Earn up to 4,500 United with Allstate Insurance. If you are looking to change your car or homeowners insurance, you can get up to a 4,500 mile bonus (2,500 miles for car insurance and 2,000 miles for homeowners insurance). Like always, I would only suggest switching for the miles if you are going to save money/break even by switching and the policy is in fact the same/better. You can learn more about this promotion here. Thanks to Point me to the Plane for sharing!
- Last day to book Priority Club award stays with the old chart. Exactly 8 weeks ago, Priority Club changed their entire award redemption chart pretty much for the worse. Even though the award chart was made with little advance notice, they announced that they would still honor the old chart for all reservations made through March 18th (today!). You must, however, call to get the same award pricing. Thank you to One Mile at a Time for reminding me of this change! As suggested, take a look at this old awards chart from LoyaltyLobby if you are wondering if a future stay has gone up in award redemption based on today’s chart.