A while ago I saw on FrequentMiler that you could find the Hawaiian Airlines 50,000 miles card by doing a dummy booking.
At the time I did the booking, found a link, saved it, and tweeted it out and found that others could access the same 50,000 miles card with the link I found.
I just wanted to post it here on the blog, because I noticed other people were saying they couldn’t find it now. Well, doesn’t matter, you can just use the link I copied.
If you followed our Instagram Stories or Facebook, then you know earlier this year we did a trip to Vietnam and stayed at the incredible “InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort”. (Also, I made and posted a video of our Stories here).
This is the most amazing InterContinental hotel I’ve been to…
And we’ve been to InterContinental hotels in Bora Bora (both), Fiji, Bali, Hong Kong, Paris, Sydney, Koh Samui, Davos, and many more.
Yet, this was maybe one of the most unique and best properties I’ve been to, and yet, I doubt we’ll ever go back.
Here are 5 Pros, and 2 Cons, of why and why not to go to the IC Danang.
A little bit ago, American Airlines changed their prices, but never made a new award chart. They made a mess of a page with tabs listing prices for each region, one region at a time.
I decided to make an AA Award Chart for people… as it’s much easier to use as a chart.
Also, I made an AA OneWorld Award Chart, and another for AA flights… which has more off-peak prices to choose from.
For the first time you can view all AA award prices in one place.
Two business class seats on the same airline can vary greatly in quality. One could be a giant suite, and the other could be a glorified economy.
Yet, the price in miles will almost always be exactly the same.
Recently I saw on RapidTravelChai a link & code for an Avianca card with a 60,000 mile bonus… and a 50% discount on specific award redemptions (like to Colombia).
A 60k bonus AND a 50% discount on award seemed like a killer combo. Actually, any 50% discount on miles redemptions could potentially double the value of your miles.
So I decided to look into the details of the card, how the discounts work, and why you should want an Avianca card.
Essentially, this one credit card bonus and the $12k spend for the 50% off coupon, could give you four roundtrips US to Colombia! That’s a lot for one credit card bonus.