ICYMI: Flights to Tokyo from 30k SkyMiles round-trip, 50% mileage bonuses and more

Nov 17, 2019

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United offering bonus miles on flights with Mile Play

First United Airlines 767-300ER in new livery. (Photo courtesy of United Airlines)
First United Airlines 767-300ER in new livery. (Photo courtesy of United Airlines.)

Get in on the action before Jan. 31, 2020, to see if you can earn bonus miles on upcoming trips.

Hotels offering 50% more points

From Hilton to Hyatt, you could earn up to 50% more points when you buy them now. You could increase those earnings even more if you were targeted for a bonus Amex offer with Hilton.

Flights to Tokyo from 30k SkyMiles round-trip

Mt. Fuji and Tokyo downtown at sunset. Tokyo, Japan (Photo by Matteo Colombo/Getty Images)
Mt. Fuji and Tokyo downtown at sunset. (Photo by Matteo Colombo/Getty Images.)

Now this is a deal we love! Head to Tokyo for just 30k SkyMiles round-trip with Delta’s SkyMiles promo.

30% discount plus 10% bonus with JetBlue

You can buy JetBlue TrueBlue points at a discounted rate and get a mileage bonus when you purchase at least 3,000 points by Nov. 27, 2019.

Get 15k points or cash back on cruise bookings

Check your Amex offers to see if you were targeted for this sweet deal.

Via introduces flat rate rides from LaGuardia

Travelers can now save money and time on rides from LaGuardia with Via’s new “LGA Connect,” which starts at just $15 per ride to Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Fly to Europe in biz from 98k SkyMiles round-trip

(Photo by Daniel Ross/The Points Guy)
(Photo by Daniel Ross/The Points Guy.)

What’s better than a trip to Europe? Flying in style to Europe. You can do just that for 98k SkyMiles round-trip.

Save 20% points on Radisson bookings

From now until Nov. 20, 2019, you can earn 20% of your miles back on award bookings.

Nonstop biz award flights to Spain

Book these award flights now if you want to say, “¡Hola, España!”

Buy Alaska miles at 50% bonus 

An Alaska Airlines 737-800 at LAX airport in March 2019 with American Airlines and JetBlue airplanes in the background (Photo by Alberto Riva/The Points Guy)
An Alaska Airlines 737-800 at LAX airport in March 2019 with American Airlines and JetBlue airplanes in the background. (Photo by Alberto Riva/The Points Guy.)

From now until Dec. 23, 2019, you can buy Alaska miles at a 50% bonus, which could lead to some pretty awesome award bookings in the future.

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