Saturday Recap: Save Up To 35% Off with Starwood in Hawaii, Earn Bonus Hyatt Gold Passport Points in France, Earn 2,014 Bonus Points with Wyndham

Oct 19, 2013

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Here’s a recap of the interesting points and miles news from this week:

This week's Thursday Giveaway is for a Tumi Carry-on.
This week’s Thursday Giveaway is for a Tumi Carry-on.

Enter To Win This Week’s Tumi Vapor Carry On Thursday Giveaway: This week’s Thursday Giveaway is for a Tumi Vapor International Carry-On, my favorite carry on roller bag, which retails for $495. The suitcase dimensions are 21.5″ x 14″ x 9″– perfect for rolling up the aisle and stowing in an overhead bin. If you want to win this suitcase, all you have to do to enter is leave a comment on the original post with your best carry-on packing tips. Just be sure to comment by 5:00pm ET on Monday, October 21 and we’ll announce the winner here next week. Happy packing!

Receive a Room Upgrade with Waldorf-Astoria: Waldorf-Astoria, Hilton’s luxury brand is offering Hilton HHonors members a complimentary room upgrade when they book and stay now through December 31, 2013 at participating Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts as well as Conrad Hotels & Resorts. To be eligible for this offer, you must book with plan code PBLRM2, however keep in mind the upgrade is based on availability so there is no guarantee. Some participating Waldorf Astoria Hotels include the Arizona BiltmoreBoca Raton Resort and ClubWaldorf Astoria New York and the Waldorf Astoria Park City.

Save with Starwood in Hawaii.
Save with Starwood in Hawaii.

Save Up To 35% Off with Starwood in Hawaii: Now through June 30, 2014, Starwood Preferred Guest members can save up to 35% off when booking their next trip to Hawaii. In addition, SPG members can receive the 5th night free as well as receive dining credits and an AVIS car rental voucher. To take advantage of these offers, just head over to Starwood’s Hawaii site to book or when calling mention rate plan SPG355n. Starwood properties in Hawaii include the Sheraton Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian, the Westin Moana Surfrider, Sheraton Maui, Westin Maui, Sheraton Kauai, St. Regis Princeville, and the Sheraton Kona.

Lufthansa Premier Miles & More World Mastercard 50,000-Mile Bonus: The Barclaycard Lufthansa Premier Miles & More World Mastercard usually only comes with a sign-up bonus of 20,000-30,000 miles, but Barclaycard just launched a new bonus offer on the card where you can earn a combined total of 50,000 award miles– 20,000 miles with first purchase or balance transfer and an additional 30,000 award miles when you spend $5,000 on a purchase within the first 90 days. Cardholders earn 2 award miles per $1 on Miles & More integrated airline ticket purchases and 1 award mile per $1 spent everywhere else. The card does come with a $79 annual fee, which is not waived the first year. See my full post on it here.

Earn bonus Hyatt points in France.
Earn bonus Hyatt points in France.

Earn Bonus Hyatt Gold Passport Points in France: Now through December 31, 2013, Hyatt is offering Gold Passport members the opportunity to earn bonus Hyatt points when staying at Hyatt properties in France. Guests will Earn 3,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points on eligible stays at participating Hyatt hotels in France. To partake in this offer, you can either book online here or mention rate plan GPPAR3 on the phone. Through this offer, Diamond and Platinum members will receive a complimentary room upgrade as well, based on availability.

Alaska Airlines Fall Flight Sale Offers: As a recap from earlier this week, Alaska Airlines is having a fall flight sale where you can book one-way award tickets for as little as 7,500 miles plus taxes. You must book travel from now through October 31. 2013, for a number of destinations both domestically and internationally, such as to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. While the US locations are mainly on the West coast thanks to Alaska’s route map, Boise, Idaho and Las Vegas are also included in the list. These likely won’t give you the maximum value for Alaska miles, but they can be a decent deal- especially for last minute travel when ticket prices are high.

Earn 2,014 bonus points with Wyndam.
Earn 2,014 bonus points with Wyndham.

Earn 2,014 Bonus Points with Wyndham: Wyndham is launching a new promotional offer, where you can earn 2,014 bonus points, starting on your 2nd stay through your 6th stay meaning you’ll have an opportunity to earn a total of 10,070 points. To qualify for this offer, you must book two stays between October 15, 2013 and January 31, 2014 and stay by February 3, 2014. To put this in perspective, a free night at a Tier 3 property only requires 10,000 points, so if you were to stay six times in this period, you would then earn a free night at any Tier 3 property.

1,000 Hyatt Points for Avis Rentals: Earn 1,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points using coupon code MUHA067 on qualifying rentals of at least 2 days now through December 31, 2013. Reservations must be made at participating Avis locations in the US, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. You must also provide your Hyatt Gold Passport number at the time of reservation or rental. This offer may not be used with any other coupon, promotion or offer except your AWD discount. Use AWD K817700 or try other codes like corporate, AAA, and Costco to try to find better rates.

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