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Here are three reader questions from the past week that I have decided to reply here publicly. You can always email me, leave a note or private message on Facebook, or Tweet me with your questions.

Reader Questions Hilton Lot Marriott U

Note that I can shorten the emails and edit them for clarity. I always remove the personal information of both the reader and front line employees. If there are managers involved, I may leave their names intact. [click to continue…]

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Here’s comprehensive look at the current promotion from all major hotel loyalty programs. Remember to forward me offers by email that you receive from airline and hotel loyalty programs.

Top Hotel Promotions December 2014

Most of the global promotions are about to expire or have expired due to ending of 2014 (where did the year go?) and we should soon learn about 2015 offerings. [click to continue…]

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United Airlines is offering MileagePlus miles for sale with a new twist. You can get 1 Marriott Rewards point for every 3 miles that you purchase at FULL price until October 21, 2014.

United MileagePlus Marriott Rewards Buy Miles Promo October 2014

You can purchase maximum of 150,000 United MileagePlus miles per calendar year and could earn 50,000 bonus Marriott Rewards points under this offer. [click to continue…]

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US Airways (surprise!) has same 20% conversion bonus from Marriott Rewards points to miles or Travel Package miles deposits to Dividend Miles as its parent (read more about the AA offer here).

US Airways Dividend Miles Marriott Rewards Conversion Bonus October 2014

The bonus is applicable both to straight points to miles conversions (makes no sense at all) and Travel Packages (great way to use Marriott points). [click to continue…]

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has ruled and issued a fine of $600,000 against Marriott that was found to be jamming mobile hotspots at its Gaylord Opryland hotel in Nashville.

Marriott Gaylord Opryland Blocking Wifi

Someone attending to a conference at the hotel found out that Marriott was jamming mobile hotspots that was preventing attendees using their personal wifi networks to connect to the internet. This jamming of hotspots is illegal. [click to continue…]