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Get 2 Years Star Alliance Gold (If You Transfer 250,000 to KrisFlyer)
Gary Leff reports on a new twist to Singapore KrisFlyer’s offer to grant you Star Alliance Gold status for a year if you transfer in 250,000 miles from transferrable bank points.
Because KrisFlyer is now extending all statuses by a year, you’d get 24 months.
If KrisFlyer miles didn’t expire, I’d probably be all over this, but they do – in 36 months – making this a lot less appealing. As well, the only real great use of KrisFlyer miles is on Singapore metal in First and Business as their award charts don’t win any, well, awards…
Notable deals out now include:
- $50 off $250 at Marriott Bonvoy (Amex)
- $10% off at Hyatt up to $25 (Chase)
- $200 off $1,000 at Marriott Homes and Villas (Amex)
- 10% back at Best Buy (Chase)
Chase United Business Card: Earn up to 150,000 Miles
This offer on the United Business credit card dropped last week.
Earn 75,000 miles when you spend $5,000 in 3 months and another 75,000 miles when you spend $20,000 total within 6 months of account opening.
This matches the previous “big spend” offer from last year. You have to do the math for your own needs on the second tranche which is like earning 75,000 miles for $15,000 in spend. It’s a good deal if you’ve exhausted big spend bonuses on other cards like the Chase Ink Business credit cards but less good if you still have those opportunities.
Hyatt Bonus Journeys: Registration is Live
See info on that in this post.
Fight Breaks Out at Hilton Over Elite Member Using the Elite Check-In.
Crazy stuff here. View the video of this fight and knock out punch below.
Watch til the End, Drunk Racist Man and woman mad because he’s Gold Or Diamond Hilton member and therefore gets service before everyone else. Hotel staff just sitting by and letting the racist woman do whatever, mind you she already touched him prior #Karen #hilton pic.twitter.com/tApFW53z2a
— King (@monty_sexton) January 1, 2022
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