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How to Use Emirates Skywards Miles [a Chase and Amex Partner]

By: Spencer Howard 0

Chase shook up the miles and points world this week when it announced Emirates Skywards as the newest Ultimate Rewards transfer partner. Understandably, this had people excited as new transfer options are always fun. People then quickly realized (or remembered) that Emirates Skywards is a pretty underwhelming program as a whole. That being said, you […]

How to Leverage the Delta Vacations Promo + My Experience Booking

By: Spencer Howard 9

A few days ago, Delta Vacations launched a promotion that had the miles and points world stirring. We discussed it in the 10xTravel Insider’s Facebook group a bit, but I wanted to dive into it a bit more as today is the last day to take advantage of the promo offer that allows you to […]

Where I’ve Been So Far in 2019 Thanks to Points and Miles

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 2

Hello, I’m Anya, and I’m a travel junkie who can’t kick the habit! Because I go to the airport almost as frequently as Taylor Swift changes love interests, it’s impossible to redeem hotel points and airline miles for every trip. For this reason, I use a mix of points and cash to satisfy my insatiable hunger for travel. I’m excited to share where I’ve been so far this year and hopefully provide 10xTravel readers with some travel inspiration!

Hotel Review – Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki

By: Joseph Cheung 14

Hawaii is a destination on almost every travel enthusiast’s list. I recently had the pleasure of visiting Hawaii with my entire family for a lovely ten-day trip.
In this post, I’ll cover the basics of what you can expect at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort and I’ll also share about my experience as a Hilton Honors Diamond member. Like all hotels in Hawaii during high season (the summer), the hotel can get expensive, but we’ll talk about how to save some money on your stay as well.

How to Submit a Chase Trip Delay Claim + My Experiences

By: Caroline Lupini 6

We’ve written before about credit cards that offer Trip Delay Protection, which can reimburse you for expenses in case you experience a long delay while traveling. Today, we’re going to do a deep dive on what this protection looks like for Chase credit cards. Here’s how to know if you have this coverage, and what you need to do to use it.

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island, Okinawa, Japan Review

By: Anna Zaks 2

Recently, my husband and I visited Japan. We planned five nights in Tokyo and six in Kyoto and I figured a little sun and fun on a tropical island would be fun. I really enjoyed both cities, but by the end of our Kyoto stay, I was ready for some nature and a break from […]

Traveling with Tweens: How to Thrive, Not Just Survive

By: Bryce Conway 2

Every parent knows how best to travel with their kids. After many years of adventures on planes, trains and automobiles with my son and, more recently, wandering around Austin with two tween boys, I’ve realized our ideal way for trips to be fun, (relatively) easy and fulfilling.  It all comes down to three words: Let Them Choose.

EU261: Flight Compensation Regulation

By: Caroline Lupini 8

If you’re a frequent traveler, it’s pretty likely that you’ve seen some targeted advertisements on your social media regarding reimbursements for delayed or canceled flights within the EU. If it seems a bit too good to be true, fear not; these ads are actually referring to a real European Union regulation called EU261. The bottom […]

6 Reasons to Keep the Chase Sapphire Preferred Year After Year

By: John Tunningley 2

Today, I want to take a look at why exactly you should keep the Chase Sapphire Preferred past the first year and why it’s worth every penny of its $95 annual fee, even if you’re not a globe-trotting frequent traveler.

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Review

Matt Brown By: Matt Brown 2

Mauna Kea Beach Resort was originally opened in the 1960s by Laurance Rockefeller as a part of his “RockResorts” concept. At the time, it was the most exclusive and expensive property in Hawaii, and fast forward to today, it’s still a luxurious property located on the Big Island’s golden Kohala Coast. In This Article How […]