Air Canada is offering a status challenge to its Altitude elite program from WestJet Rewards. This could be a great opportunity to earn Altitude Prestige 25K or Elite 35K status through 2020!
Last-minute award availability can be a very useful backdoor opportunity to fly in a premium cabin, so let’s look at which airlines are most consistent in releasing last-minute space.
In this week’s video, I share with you all the glorious details of the seven best First Class airlines I’ve flown with so far, as well as how you can use points to book them for yourself.
Last week, Alaska Mileage Plan introduced Singapore Airlines awards, inadvertently setting into motion a sequence of events that eventually resulted in the removal of stopovers on intra-Asia awards.
American Express has just announced their latest card offering: the Business Edge Card, serving the modern-day entrepreneur with a few exciting 3x earning categories.
Turkish Airlines will start flying between Istanbul and Vancouver in mid-2020, which opens up a new opportunity for those in Western Canada to redeem Aeroplan miles to Europe.
There are many online resources that can help you along the way as you earn and redeem points towards the next big trip. Here are seven of my favourites.
It’s now finally possible to redeem Alaska miles on Singapore Airlines. The unparalleled access to premium awards is balanced out by higher redemption rates, but a few new sweet spots do emerge.
This article breaks down the benefits you get as a Marriott Titanium Elite member to help you determine whether it makes sense to aim for Titanium status after achieving Platinum.
The Amex Cobalt Card and the Scotia Gold Amex are both popular for their elevated earning rates, and in this edition of Head-to-Head we pit them against each other in all the ways that matter.