Bonuses, business class and more bonuses! As America celebrates its birthday this weekend, we celebrate opportunities to earn major rewards for our travel purchases, turn a stack of miles into a larger stack of miles and book a cool new flight. Here are the most important travel stories of the day...

Wide Open Availability Using Miles for New Singapore Airlines A350 Route...

Singapore Airlines purchased some seriously cool new Airbus A350-900 planes, touted as the "end of jet lag". They're putting the plane into immediate major use by adding it to one of the longest flights in the world, San Francisco to Singapore non stop, clocking in at 16 hours 30 minutes. Award space using Singapore Krisflyer miles, which you can create from Amex, Chase, Citi or Starwood, is excellent on the route, with most dates available for 2-4 people in business class at 68,000 miles each way. It's an amazing opportunity to experience the best business class on a flight more than long enough to enjoy it...

10% Cash (Or Points) Back On Travel With Chase Freedom...

The Chase Freedom is an awesome no fee rewards card. On its own it offers cash back. If you also have the Chase Sapphire Preferred, my go to card, you can transfer the "cash back" points to airline miles, making it an incredible duo for earning. Anyway, for a limited time, Chase is offering a whopping 10% cash back on travel booked through Chase on the Freedom card. That means if you spend $1,000, you'll get 10,000 points back. That's incredible. Details HERE.

25% Transfer Bonus To Etihad From Hotels Or Citi Thank You Points...

Have some hotel points or Citi points laying around? Etihad is offering a global 25% bonus on all transfers into their program. Essentially, when you make your transfer you won't see any special offers, but when it hits Etihad, you'll get your 25% bonus. Etihad can be a great travel partner, with the ability to book their First Class Apartment using points, as well as their award winning business class. Don't forget partners too, you can fly round trip between the US and Europe for just 36,620 miles in business class using their partner Brussels Airlines. Similar success can be found on American, where you can book at virtually the old rates American charged before they devalued their miles...