Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on FacebookUpdate: The 75K offer below will end at 1:59pm EDT! The Citi® AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard® is offering 75,000 miles for spending $7,500 in 4 months: Please turn off ad blocker to views ads and offers on our site. We appreciate your support! The Citi AA Executive consumer card offers: 75,000 miles for spending $7,500 in 3 months. The primary cardholder can bring their entire family or 2 guests into Admirals Clubs and partner airline lounges, regardless of the airline you’re flying on. You can add up to 10 additional cardholders for free. Each of your additional cardholders can also bring their entire family or 2 guests into Admirals Clubs, regardless of the airline they’re flying on. The only difference is that authorized users won’t have a “full” Admirals Club membership, so they won’t be able to access … [Read more...] about Less Than One Hour Left To Earn Up To 75,000 American AAdvantage Miles With Limited Time Offers From Citibank!
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Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on FacebookIn September 2015 Delta and American ended their interline agreement. Delta wanted more money to accommodate American’s passengers as Delta’s operational performance is much better than American’s, but American refused to pay. That wound up haunting me personally. American refused to rebook our failed trip to London on Delta in November 2015 due to their lack of an interline agreement. Instead they had us spend the night with our kids in an airport. It took 8 months just to get a refund from that fiasco. Delta felt that they didn’t need to rely on American’s flights, but they were wrong. After a series of IT and power failures they relented and began interlining with American again. @delta We are unable to honor your request for $50,000,000 in reimbursement compensation for the ATL power outage, but we have deposited 4,000 bonus miles into your Delta SkyMiles® account as a goodwill … [Read more...] about AAmerican’s Horrendous New Irregular Operations Policy And AAnother Trip In Vain To NYC For My Grandfather’s 90th
In 2008 the DansDeals Forums (DDF) was launched for people to be able to discuss deals, miles, and destinations at length and the DansDeals Facebook group (DDFB) was founded to provide email alerts about hot deals. Facebook took away the ability to send out email alerts, so Twitter took over that feature and the Facebook group has remained as an alternate, far messier version of DDF. Eventually I also made a Facebook page for people looking for Facebook notifications of new deals and finally opened an Instagram account where I post some pictures from my travels. I spend hours every day browsing DDF and DDFB looking for tips and trying to help people out. I’ve occasionally featured questions here that are relevant to a wide audience, and perhaps I should do that more often. Today this question on DDFB caught my eye, “Should I get the global entry or the TSA pre? I could either one for free with my platinum AMEX” TSA PreCheck is the best thing since sliced bread. It … [Read more...] about DDFB Question Of The Day: Global Entry Or TSA PreCheck?
Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on FacebookBack in the SPG days, Delta Crossover allowed members to earn earn points, get upgrades, and free checked bags between the programs, with extra benefits for elite members. That was killed when Marriott bought SPG as they already had RewardsPlus, which has benefits between United and Marriott, such as 10% bonus miles on transfers (60K Marriott=27.5K United), free Marriott Gold status for United Golds and higher, and free United Silver status for Marriott Titanium elites and higher. Hyatt and American have announced that they will link up as well. AA elites will earn 1 AA mile for every eligible dollar spent at qualifying Hyatt properties. AA top-tier ConciergeKey members will receive top-tier World of Hyatt Globalist status. Hyatt elites will earn 1 Hyatt point mile for every eligible dollar spent on qualifying American flights. AAdvantage Platinum, Platinum Pro and Executive Platinum members, and Explorist and Globalist World … [Read more...] about American And Hyatt Announce Reciprocal Benefits