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Bonus, bonus and better seats. It’s Friday and this week that not only means the end of the working week, but some good travel news and opportunity to carry into the weekend. Just in time, here are the most important travel stories of the week…

50% Off Hilton Points, Ties Lowest Rate Ever Offered…

Hilton is having a “flash” sale, whatever that means. What it does mean for us is a 50% discount on the cost to buy Hilton points, which ties their lowest offered price in history. Hilton points are not the most valuable currency, but at this rate there is real opportunity for a fantastic stay and major savings versus a paid rate. You can buy 80,000 points for just $480 USD. You can BUY POINTS HERE.

British Airways Raises UK Credit Card Bonuses…

If you’ve been considering a new credit card, British Airways has increased it’s sign up offerings to 25,000 miles for it’s premium card and 9,000 for it’s free card. Of course this is a fairly sad offering compared to the 50,000-100,000 offered for their US card offering, but it’s a nice opportunity to add to a stack of miles and earn a companion voucher with the premium card, or get enough miles for a short round trip for free with the no annual fee card. Simply visit the UK Amex website HERE to check out the offers. I do not receive commission (sadly).

Delta “Upgrades” A350 Business Class With Suites…

Delta is joining the ranks of top quality business class offerings with a simply beautiful new suite for it’s soon to be delivered A350’s. The “suites” will be much like the most competitive business class offerings out today from the likes of Etihad and SAS, with the addition of a fully closable door. The seats will feature four across with two middle seats offering a full partition. You can expect larger screens, more storage space, increased communication between seat and passenger and obviously more privacy. The seat will roll out on select A350 routes in the years to come with Sydney targeted as the first destination…