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Hyatt Luxury For 15,000 Points a Night or Less – Stay at Park Hyatt and Small Luxury Hotels of the World

By: Anna Zaks 6

Among the many hotel loyalty programs, Hyatt is my favorite. As a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards, the points are fairly easy to earn. Additionally, you can earn Hyatt points directly with the World of Hyatt Card issued by Chase. Hyatt’s footprint isn’t huge, but with the addition of Small Luxury Hotels (SLH), there […]


Hotel Review: French Leave Resort, Eleuthera

Matt Brown By: Matt Brown 0

The French Leave Resort is located on the long and skinny Caribbean island of Eleuthera, one of the lesser-known outer islands that makes up the Bahamas. At 110 miles long, Eleuthera offers a peaceful and tranquil escape, while being just a short 45-minute flight from the US or 20 minutes from the neighboring island of […]


First Class To Japan For 2 On All Nippon Airways

By: Spencer Howard 3

On Straight To The Points, I share great opportunities to book business and first class flights with miles and points via my private Award Alerts newsletter. Today, I wanted to share a recent alert for two first class (and business class) seats on ANA with readers of God Save The Points. Since this was sent last […]


Can We Buy You a Drink? Come Meet 10xT at These Upcoming Meetups!

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hey Travel Junkies, Good news! We are hitting the road again this summer and would love to buy you a drink at one (or multiple!) of our 2019 10xTravel Reader Meetups! We have five locations on the books so far and will likely add a couple more in the near future. But with some of […]


Two-Card Trip: Central Europe with Amex Platinum and Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Card

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 3

Editors Note: Two Card Trips is a series of articles that show how you could book a trip using points/miles earned from just two different credit cards. Today’s two card trip takes us to Central Europe with points earned from the Platinum Card from American Express and Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Cards. Who says you […]


Reader Success Story: 5 Adults and 5 Children Head to Walt Disney World Using Points & Miles

By: Bryce Conway 3

You just won the Super Bowl…What are you going to do? I’m going to Disney World!!! Well, we may not have played in or won a Super Bowl, but a year ago, we decided to take our family of five, a grandparent and an in-law family of 4 to Disney World. That’s a total of […]


Introducing Our New Recommendations Tool!

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, Exciting news today, we are finally ready to roll out our new 10xTravel Recommendations tool! We have been working on this for a couple of months now and we think that you will find it incredibly helpful when planning your next points/miles trip or when you are just looking for inspiration on […]


Business Class To Europe For 4 People On TAP Air Portugal

By: Spencer Howard 0

On Straight To The Points, I share great business and first class award flight opportunities to help you use your miles and points via my private Award Alerts newsletter. Today, I wanted to share a recent alert with 10xTravel readers on TAP Air Portugal. Since this was sent, more space in April has opened up while […]


Best Ways to Fly to China Using Points & Miles

By: Joseph Cheung 0

In years past, flying to China from the U.S. was not simple. However, more recently, getting to China has become much more straightforward. China has implemented 10-year travel visas, airlines have opened up more direct routes, and award space has gotten better. In fact, now the issue with flying to China is often choosing between […]


What’s In My Wallet: Cards Worth Keeping for the Long Haul

Matt Brown By: Matt Brown 0

Thinking about the value of points and benefits will help most people assess the potential value a credit card may hold and whether the benefits of the card outweigh a card’s annual fee in order to maintain a place in their wallet.