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How It All Started: The First Time We Redeemed Points for Travel

By: Spencer Howard 0

The first time you redeem points and miles for travel is a special moment. You spent some time learning which points to earn first — Ultimate Rewards points, the answer is Ultimate Rewards points — then figured out how many points you needed and, then, filled with nerves, you booked. All of the sudden, it […]

How a Crazy Fare Deal on Hong Kong Airlines Turned into an Amazing Trip

By: Caroline Lupini 1

Some of you may remember the deal of the year in August 2018 — Hong Kong Airlines sold business class tickets for flights to Bangkok and other Southeast Asia destinations for just a mere $633 round-trip. Even though I didn’t have plans to visit Southeast Asia in 2019, I just couldn’t pass up a deal […]

Hotel Review: Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

By: Bryce Conway 2

One does not have to think long before realizing that there are many parallels between the seemingly opposite worlds of Disney and Las Vegas. Both are world-class entertainment destinations that draw millions of visitors per year with the allure of bright lights, loud music, fantasy-like vices, and people dressed up in costumes that would be […]

Best Ways to Get to France with Points and Miles

By: Anna Zaks 0

France is a very accessible destination for American visitors. There are quite a few non-stop routes from the U.S., and even if you have to book a flight with a connection, the flight times aren’t bad at all. Let’s look at five best ways to get to France with points and miles. Paris is the […]

Two Cards Trip: Mexico with Southwest Rapid Rewards Performance Business Card and World of Hyatt Card

By: Anna Zaks 1

When I went to Puerto Vallarta last winter, I fell in love with the area. The mountains, the beautiful lush greenery, the colors all around me and the sparkling Pacific ocean – all were magical. Let’s not forget the food – it was amazing and very inexpensive. I definitely felt like I was in a […]

Chapter 1: Bon Voyage – A Dream Realized

By 10xTravel Reader Robert Wells Enjoy Robert & Amelia’s stories from their year-long journey around the world. You can also follow their journey on Instagram. About three years ago, my wife Amelia and I got into points and miles seriously when I started traveling as a consultant. I started with the 10xTravel e-book when I stumbled […]

Reader Success Story: How I Unlocked Cheap Travel with the Southwest Companion Pass

By: Bryce Conway 0

By 10xTravel Reader Olivia Are you intrigued by the Southwest (SW) Companion Pass? With my Companion Pass and the points I earned, I’ve been able to see the Monarch butterfly migration in Mexico with my husband and friends, snorkel in Bonaire with my husband, visit 3 new countries (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao), and enjoy a solo weekend getaway […]

Qatar Airways Qsuites Review: Washington D.C. (IAD) to Doha (DOH)

By: Bryce Conway 7

Hi Travel Junkies, I just got back from a 2-week trip to South Africa that featured a leg on perhaps the best business class product in the sky, Qatar Airways Qsuites. This was my first time flying Qatar Airways and I was pumped to say the least. I had been watching for Qsuites availability like […]

10 Reasons to Get the Chase Ink Business Preferred Card

Matt Brown By: Matt Brown 0

The Chase Ink Business Preferred Credit Card was introduced in late 2016, and 3 years later, continues to be one of the best business cards on the market. Not only does it offer a great welcome bonus for new cardmembers, it also offers solid bonus categories, and provides a variety of valuable benefits and protections […]

Best Ways to Fly to Turkey with Miles

By: Anna Zaks 4

Editors Note: Today’s piece was scheduled for publishing 2+ weeks ago and the timing has nothing to do with recent events in the region. We apologize for the unfortunate timing. After having spent two days in Istanbul a few months ago, I’ve become a little obsessed with Turkey. I fell in love with the city, […]