Low-cost carrier WOW Air has some seriously wow prices right now as they are set to launch service from US destinations Boston and Washington DC (actually BWI) to Reykjavik. If you don’t want to go to Iceland (and what is wrong with you?), then this can still be super interesting because you can continue on to Europe. These prices will not last, but right now are as hot as Washington DC (actually BWI) – London (via Reykjavik) for $99 USD one-way. That is an all-in real price including taxes. You… Read the Rest.
Airline miles can fly you almost anywhere. Hotel points can get you a place to lay your head. Dollars can buy you darn near anything, including a ticket into the World Series. But, no mile, point, or dollar can by itself buy you an amazing memory with your family. Those you have to get on your own, and they can be much harder to obtain than some miles or points. I’m so proud of my husband’s family for making a priceless memory together last night at the World Series. “Priceless”… Read the Rest.
“Everyone” knows that US Airways is merging with American Airlines. That means that the US Airways co-branded credit card issued by Barclaycard will cease to take on new applicants at a certain point in the not terribly distant future (in other words, likely months, not years). I do not know that exact date that will happen, nor am I 100% clear on what will happen to existing US Airways cardholders at that time in terms of what type of card the former US Airways card will become. However, I am… Read the Rest.