Marriott just announced that they will now allow members who use a co-branded credit card carrying either the Ritz-Carlton, Starwood or Marriott logo, to earn bonus points when booking on the other carrier’s hotels. We believe that it’s an effort by the now largest hotel chain to stem attrition among their most loyal of customers…
Save up to 45% on Hilton Hotels with AARP’s Rewards for Good program. You don’t have to join AARP and you don’t have to be 50. This is for anyone who wants to find great deals on travel, enter daily sweepstakes, and get free merchandise.
The Starwood Preferred Guest program and Marriott merger is now closed and Marriott launched the option to link accounts and transfer points between SPG and Marriott Rewards. I decided to take the plunge and link my SPG and Marriott accounts together.
The Marriott-Starwood merger closing Friday could make SPG as you know it a ticking time bomb. The merge is making us wonder, “What will happen to our beloved Starpoints?”
Late news today is The Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express is changing from a 25,000 sign-up bonus to a 2 FREE nights offer in a category 1-5 hotel…
We love a good promotion and Southwest is having a fun one right now that involves its social media pages. You just have to register by October 24, 2016 and then follow @Southwestair on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and share a funny story on one of the pages with the hashtags #WannaGetAway and #contest.
At the beginning of 2016, one of our savviest of peeps opened her email from Starwood Preferred Guest to find that she had been awarded Gold Status for this calendar year. Most people would be ecstatic. But for a person who is on a first name basis with front desk managers at Starwood hotels up and down the eastern seaboard, and counts SPG points in her sleep – Gold Status was not an option. Our girl carefully crafted every vacation and business trip to make every single one of her 25 stays and 50 nights count in 2015. But they only counted 24 stays and 47 nights.
Stop! Don’t just click on an online retail site to shop for a Father’s Day gift. Take the extra step to enter through your favorite airline or hotel rewards portal.
AARP’s Rewards for Good just keeps rewarding those of us who like to earn points without having to spend money. There is no AARP membership requirement. There is no age requirement. The only thing you have to be to join is a person who likes to earn points. As an AARP member, you will earn points faster.
Finding the perfect gift for mom starts from your favorite airline or hotel portal. You can earn points or miles in double digits per dollar spent with hundreds of retail partners.
This Mother’s Day, we believe that shopping through Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards portal, filled with hundreds of partner deals, is the best way to buy mom a great gift, save money, while taking the quickest route to free travel.
I recently read an article that said that using your car insurance’s roadside assistance could raise your insurance rates. So I decided to explore and compare other roadside assistance plans to see which one has the better value. And since I’d just recently joined AARP, it was a perfect opportunity to put my membership to the test.
Everyone knows about the “AARP discount” members receive at restaurants, retail stores, hotels and more. But our research of all of AARP’s benefits revealed countless additional services and discounts we bet you knew nothing about. Check out these little-known AARP perks.
In scanning the AARP website, we came across a new program that allows you to earn points and redeem them for rewards. Unlike other rewards programs, there is no purchase required to earn points. You earn points by simply exploring the AARP.org site.