2) Amex Everyday Preferred is now paying me commission. As you probably know, I’ve reviewed it quite a few times before it offered me any incentive. At the moment I consider it the best “keeper” card for regular family.
The sign-up bonus is 15,000 Membership Rewards points, not all that compelling to me personally. But it could be for you, if you only get a few bonuses per year and need a good everyday card. If you plan to apply for it, consider going through my link. Thanks!
3) Flying Blue (Air France program) is now a partner of CITI Thank You Program. This is great news and potentially valuable option when Air France releases their list of discounted awards. You can also redeem for one-way awards on Delta when saver space is available.
The transfer most likely isn’t instant, so keep that in mind. Only certain cards are eligible for it, and among them is CITI Thank You Premier card (pays me commission). Read more on it in my list of best bonuses. (h/t The Points Guy)
4) Southwest schedule is extended through April 6th. ( h/t Deals we like)
5) It appears that rumors of Avios award chart gutting I’ve mentioned yesterday have been greatly exaggerated… for now. British Airways rep said no changes to the program are planned at this time.
Just a little dose of humor to celebrate this news: My reader Ramsey has discovered a way to deal with non-working Walmart money center kiosks, in order to load gift cards to your Bluebird.
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Leana is the founder of Miles For Family. She enjoys beach vacations and visiting her family in Europe. Originally from Belarus, Leana resides in central Florida with her husband and two children.