Earn Unlimited Double Delta SkyMiles AND Medallion Qualification Miles To and From LaGuardia Airport — But…

You can earn 2,000 bonus SkyMiles and 2,000 Medallion Qualification Miles in addition to what you would normally earn when you first book your next reservation on a round-trip flight marketed and operated by Delta Air Lines or Delta Connection to and from anywhere — and then each time you are a passenger on a flight segment to or from LaGuardia Airport in New York which is marketed and operated by Delta Air Lines or Delta Connection, you can earn double SkyMiles and double Medallion Qualification Miles — all through July 10, 2014…and there is no limit to the bonus SkyMiles and Medallion Qualification Miles which you can earn within the qualification period. While this promotion known as Earn On The Double can be potentially beneficial to you if you fly as a passenger in or out of New York on flights operated by Delta Air Lines, there are at least a couple of issues…

Earn Frequent Travel Points and Miles With Bing Rewards — Free

Bing Rewards now offers you a new way to earn 100 frequent travel loyalty program miles and points at no cost to you — other than your time doing something you most likely already do…searching for information on the Internet. Simply accrue enough Bing Rewards credits to redeem for a certificate and enter your frequent travel loyalty account information to have the miles or points deposited into your account. Certificates expire six months from when you receive them — but that should be plenty of time to use them. The frequent travel loyalty programs in which you may earn 100 frequent travel loyalty program miles and points by using Bing Rewards include the following…

Could the Total Cost Airfare Rule Be Rescinded?

You might once again see airfares advertised for a very low price — before taxes, fees and surcharges are included to represent the true cost of what you will pay for your airline ticket — if the airlines and thirty members of the Congress of the United States have it their way. Bill Shuster — a Republican congressman representing District 9 in Pennsylvania — is sponsoring the Transparent Airfares Act of 2014, which “declares that it shall not be an unfair or deceptive practice for an air carrier or other covered entity to state the base airfare in an advertisement or solicitation for passenger air transportation if it clearly and separately discloses: (1) the government-imposed taxes and fees for the air transportation, and (2) its total cost.” The Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 defines…

Up to 25% Discount on Purchasing or Gifting Starpoints: A Good Deal — or Not?

Whether the Starpoints you want to purchase are to top off your Starwood Preferred Guest frequent guest loyalty program account or for a gift for a family member, friend or colleague, you may earn a discount of up to 25 percent in terms of cash savings through May 31, 2014 as follows…

Construction Flaw: What Is Wrong With This Picture?

FlyerTalk member RatherBeOnATrain was staying at a Staybridge Suites hotel property — the exact location unknown at this time — and was bowled over at noticing that the door to the bathroom of the hotel room had undergone a modification of sorts, as shown in the above photograph. Apparently, the door to the bathroom would not open because the toilet bowl was in the way — so someone cut out a portion of the door in the shape of where the lids of the toilet bowl met the door so that it would open. Not wanting to keep a lid on this finding…

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