1,000 Delta Miles with SPG, New IHG Sign-Up Bonus and More
Here’s a roundup of the week’s points, miles and travel industry news you may have missed:
Earn 1,000 Delta SkyMiles with SPG
Stay two nights or longer at any Starwood hotel through January 31, 2016 and you'll earn 1,000 bonus Delta SkyMiles. When booking, use rate code AIRPRODL and be sure to have your SkyMiles number saved in your SPG profile.
Last Few Days to Earn 80,000 Bonus Marriott Points
You can earn 80,000 points when you spend $3,000 within the first three months of opening the card with the increased sign-up bonus on the Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card. The annual fee of $85 is not waived for the first year, but this card gives you perks like automatic Silver elite status, no foreign transaction fees and a free night in a Category 1-5 Marriott every year after your account anniversary date.
Earn 80,000 IHG Bonus Points and $50 Credit
UPDATE: The link for 80,000 points appears to no longer be working. There is an active link for 60,000 points after you spend $1,000 in the first three months and a $50 statement credit after your first purchase. That's not as strong as other recent offers, but is better than the current public offer of 60,000 points with no statement credit.
In other sign-up bonus news, the IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card is offering 80,000 points and a $50 statement credit when you spend $1,000 within the first three months. This card comes with automatic Platinum elite status, and earns a free night certificate valid at any IHG property upon your account anniversary each year. Plus, the first year's annual fee of $49 is waived.
Snag 30,000 Flying Blue Award Miles with AccorHotels
Through October 15, 2015, you can earn up to 30,000 Flying Blue Award Miles when you book and stay at any AccorHotels property, which includes Sofitel, Pullman, Mercure, MGallery, Novotel, Suite Novotel, ibis Styles, Adagio and Adagio Access. You'll earn up to 60,000 Le Club AccorHotel points that can be converted automatically to Flying Blue points in your account.
AAdvantage Awards Limited on Hawaiian Airlines
A reminder that beginning on September 1, 2015, you'll no longer be able to use AAdvantage miles to book travel between Hawaii and the Continental US on Hawaiian Airlines. You can still redeem AAdvantage miles for travel on Hawaiian Airlines between Hawaii and Australia, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Tahiti and American Samoa, as well as between the Hawaiian Islands. If you're planning a trip to Hawaii and want to use miles from American Airlines, book now!