You’re here because you want to cleverly stack up an army of miles, you want to save miles when it’s time to use them, and you’re utterly fascinated with my upcoming travel plans. Ok, perhaps only one of those things are true, maybe two. There are some amazing “act” fast opportunities to maximize your travel, so we’ll cut to the chase. 

5,000 SAS Miles Per One Day Hertz Rental…

This may not instantly appeal to many of you, but it should. Hertz and SAS are offering an extremely lucrative promotion, whereby you’ll receive 5,000 SAS EuroBonus miles per (full) day, for any Hertz rental (worldwide), provided you book here and follow all the details on this page. If you’re clever, you can find really cheap rentals and seriously make this promotion work in your favor. There’s no limit to the miles. 100,000 SAS points would get you round trip business class between Europe an either Asia or the U.S. Book by June 30th for rentals up through September. Basically, find (cheap) one day rentals for a return business class ticket on a fabulous business class seat… HT: ViewFromTheWing

GREAT Deal: 20% Off JetBlue Seats Using Points, Stackable…

If you have JetBlue points and have some upcoming flight needs you’ll be very happy here. JetBlue is offering a 20% discount in the amount of miles you’ll need to book a flight with them during a brief promotional period. Essentially, they’re giving you more value for your points for a limited time. You must book by April 8th (today, essentially) for travel between May 2 and June 7. One way tickets are included and there are real steals to be had. Don’t forget, if you’re not already a member, you can get 5,000 FREE miles to start you off following this link. Furthermore, if you’re a JetBlue Plus credit card holder, you get an additional 10% off the miles required. Figure out your plans and book today!

A Look At Our (Neat) Upcoming Travel Plans…

Funny to think about travel after just landing from an 8 hour transatlantic (first class) flight a few hours ago, but we’re already looking forward to another big trip. In just a couple weeks we’ll try NORWEGIAN economy for the first time, on a flight to Stockholm. From there we’re picking up a great Qatar Airways business class deal to Singapore and checking out the CIP terminal in Singapore, sampling a ridiculous VIP immigration service they offer, where immigration is done in a suite, with champagne. From there we’ll head off to Bali, staying in a variety of locations, seeing what all the hype is about. Back through London and then home to NY…