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Frequently asked questions
While there is no simple answer to this question, (the short answer is “it depends”) the best value for traveling on points is taking advantage of airline “sweet spots.” More specifically, if you’re looking for the best sweet spots for credit card points, try our guides to Chase points sweet spots or American Express points sweet spots
When you’re traveling with your family, you want to make sure you’re staying somewhere both the kids and adults will enjoy. There are many kid-friendly hotels that are bookable on points, from Hawaii to the Caribbean, and even all-inclusives.
Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives epitomize luxury for many aspirational travelers. Thankfully, there are numerous points hotels in the Maldives, and our team of experts has a guide for helping you choose which ones to redeem your points at, and when we recommend you should visit. We’ve even got a guide on saving money once you’re actually there.
There are plenty of points hotels in New York City, but not all of them are created equal. From budget to luxe, if you’re looking to use points to stay in NYC take a look at this guide.
Tokyo is home to some of the world’s top airlines and hotels, but getting and staying in the city can be expensive. To make things easier for you, our team of experts has written a guide for how to visit Tokyo on points, from budget through luxe. If you’re just interested in flights, check out this guide for how to fly to Tokyo on points.
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