The Sunday Someday weekly series features bucket list destinations and how to get there using miles and points.
Yes, I know you’re thinking, “Cleveland and bucket list, that’s a misnomer.” Tahiti for some people, Cleveland for others, to each their own. A city that is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can’t be all that bad.
The west bank of the Flats and the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland Photo by: User:Ferris324 via Wiki
Today’s Sunday Someday is Cleveland.
If you want the best weather, summer and early fall are the best times to visit Cleveland.
You can use airline miles and points to get to Cleveland.
You can fly round-trip coach for 9,000 British Airways Avios points, if you’re within 650 miles from Cleveland.
Don’t have British Airways Avios points? You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to British Airways.
No Chase Ultimate Rewards points? 20,000 United miles gets you a round-trip coach ticket to Cleveland.
Southwest Airlines also flies to Cleveland. With the Southwest Companion Pass, your companion can fly for free. You can get the Southwest Companion Pass after earning 110,000 Southwest points a calendar year. The fastest way to the Southwest Companion Pass is by signing up for two Southwest credit cards.
Why should Cleveland be on your bucket list?
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