Like dollars, miles are nicest earned more than one at a time. Like anyone, I also prefer a sale to a non sale and cheap travel points over expensive travel points. Fortunately in this morning's round up, we'll get a bit of it all. Here's everything you need to know today, right away...

Cheapest Ever Hilton Points. Buy Up To 160,000 For $800

Hilton is fighting against a new mega travel brand in the newly formed Starwood/Marriott alliance. As such, they're offering status matches and are now selling their points at literally record low prices. If you have a specific use in mind where the cost to use points is less than the cost of the room rate, go for it, you can grab 160,000 for $800 and less... obviously for less. Buy HERE.

British Airways Economy, Business AND First Sale...

We've seen some incredibly low British Airways business class sales in the last year and I am expecting an even better one to come along, but for those who prefer economy or first class, there are some very nice fares out there. From London and the rest of Europe you can find economy deals to New York around £370, Johannesburg for £499 and Cairo for £298. If First Class is your thing, you can get New York round trip for only £1898. That's about as low as we ever see First class, and that's priced just about the £1499 sales to USA in business. There's even a decent economy sale from the US, but I'd hold off for better. Book HERE.

500 Free Virgin Atlantic Miles For Signing Up For Newsletter...

One thing that severely annoys me is being ready to book my next great flight using miles and finding myself just a few short. You either end up buying some miles at a horrible price, needing to transfer more, or hold off for a bit. Opportunities like this, to simply sign up for a free newsletter and get 500 miles are as good as it gets. Simply create a Virgin Atlantic account if you don't already have one, login, and you'll be presented with a box asking you to sign up for 500 FREE miles. Enjoy. Sign up HERE.

Cathay Pacific Adding Wifi To New A350's...

Despite offering one of the most highly regarded cabins and levels of service, Cathay Pacific has never offered wifi. Better late than never, but never late is better, Cathay Pacific are entering the 21st century, confirming the addition of wifi on their new state of the art A350's. You'll see them in the skies as soon as end of May. Let's just hope it's been worth the wait when it comes to speed...