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Virgin America Launches Status Match for American, United Elites

Virgin America today launched a status match program for elite frequent fliers with American and United. It’s a match/challenge combo, actually, where you’ll be matched outright until April 30, 2013 and offered the ability to extend your status through the end of 2013. First, here’s the chart of how the American and United elite tiers…

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Virgin America 25,000 Bonus Point Elevate Visa Signature Card

[Edited 5/31/13: This offer has expired.] Virgin America is offering up to 25,000 bonus points if you sign up for a Visa Signature credit card with Barclays. The limited time offer expires soon, so act fast if you’re interested. First, the offer: Earn 20,000 bonus points after your first purchase on the card Earn up…

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Marriott Rewards 30,000 and 50,000 Bonus Point Chase Visa Credit Cards

[Edited: These offers are no longer valid, but I’m leaving the post up for reference. I’ve removed the links to each offer.] I’ve added the current Marriott Rewards credit card offers from Chase to my Mile & Point Earning Credit Card page. There are two standard offers out there right now. The Marriott Rewards Visa…

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United Club Card first year free code giveaway ($395 value)

I picked up a couple of Chase Visa United Club Card brochures with the first year free codes (saving $395) at United Clubs in my recent travels and offer them up to anyone who needs them. Here’s my post detailing the benefits of the card, but to summarize again: Annual United Club membership (up to…

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American, Qantas, Southwest make cuts, hotel fierceness and promos, Chicago’s on top, and jet passes plus Visa cards

In other airline, hotel and travel industry news this week… A survey of the 50 most popular U.S. destinations conducted by the Global Business Travel Association found Chicago to be the city charging the highest total taxes for travelers. Not to worry, New York was number two so don’t get your hopes up for an…

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