Daily Archives: Jan 31, 2013

New Targeted American Airlines Fast Track Platinum Offer – HVPPA


American Airlines has been on the very generous mood with status matches, extensions, and double elite qualifying miles offers during its bankruptcy. LoyaltyLobby reader just forwarded me an email that he had received from American.



American has made an offer for instant Platinum status until May 31, 2013, and extending it until February 28, 2014, for flying 12K miles or earning 12K elite qualifying points. And just for registering for the offer, American would deposit 20 500 mile upgrades that can be used to upgrade around 10K flown miles on American from economy to business.

Free 200 Le Club Accorhotels Points


Le Club Accorhotels is giving 200 Le Club Accorhotels for participating to this contest that has some other prices as well. This emailed offer is valid from January 28 to March 31, 2013. You can access this contest here.


Note that the terms and conditions say  that the contest is valid for residents of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland, but the form doesn’t even require you to fill out the address fields. I think that it is likely that the 200 points will post to all. But, if you happen to win any of the higher prices and your address is not in any of the four countries listed, your participation is likely deemed null and void.

Malaysian Airlines Oneworld Joining Ceremonies in Kuala Lumpur


Malaysian Airlines is officially joining the Oneworld alliance tomorrow on February 1, 2013. Today, the joining ceremonies with Oneworld alliance airlines CEO’s in present were held in Kuala Lumpur.


Malaysian Airlines has a YouTube channel for videos about the joining and also a live stream from some of the events. You can check the YouTube channel here.

Update On FoundersCard Review


On January 25, I wrote a piece about Founderscard and whether the travel benefits would be worth the discounted yearly fee of $295. My findings were inconclusive. They might be worth the fee for you, but they weren’t definitely for me.


But it seems that the FoundersCard is not very fond of letting people know what are the benefits they offer. IMHO, you need to know the pricing of the benefits before you can make an informed decision to sign up or not.

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