1. Up to 125,000 American Airlines Miles
Flights to Europe just got more attractive. That’s because you can earn a bonus of up to 125,000 American Airlines miles through January 31, 2016.
You’ll earn miles based on the type of ticket you buy:
- 2,000 bonus miles for coach (K, M, L, W, V, G, Q, N, O or S fares)
- 7,000 bonus miles for premium or full fare economy (Y, B or H fares)
- 25,000 bonus miles for First or Business Class (F, A, P, J, R, D or I fares)
Choose wisely because you can only earn bonus miles on 5 round-trip tickets.
Registration is required prior to travel using promotion code NAF15.
2. Delta Airlines Spa
Say what? Delta Airlines has a spa? Heck yeah they do.
Delta SkySpa is partnering with XpresSpa to offer hair styling, massages, skin and nail care, makeup application at discounted prices in US airports. The first spa will open in Salt Lake City in October 2015, with more SkySpas opening in Atlanta and Detroit in 2016.
But, these services and the spa will only be available for Delta employees. 🙁
3. 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points
For a limited time you can get 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of opening your Chase Ink Plus card.
You can use those points for a long weekend in Maui or 12 nights in Florida, Bali, or Mexico.
4. Amazon Prime for $67
You can enroll in Amazon Prime for $67 (a $32 savings) on Friday, September 25, 2015.
Offer is available for new members and ends at 11:59 pm PST.
I love Amazon Prime – the 2-day shipping rocks! Plus you can watch movies and TV shows for free. And download free books.
It’s a great and inexpensive way to keep the kids entertained when traveling.
Thanks to The Frequent Miler for letting me know about this promo.
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