A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us a question by email what to do with qualification situation in which he is less than 1,000 points of reaching the IHG Spire Elite.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us a question regarding checked skiing gear on Lufthansa that was apparently left behind in Munich.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us an email today with an interesting problem with Hilton Honors. His status was just downgraded to Gold despite 84 nights in 2018 alone!
A LoyaltyLobby reader left a comment on our most recent piece about the InterContinental Ambassador program benefit changes and about our coverage of these “enhancements”.
A LoyaltyLobby Reader sent us a question by email about Cathay Pacific flight delay ex-Bangalore that resulted missed connection in Hong Kong and the entire US itinerary fell apart as a result.
Reader Question: American Airlines Calls Passengers Asking How They Received Their Sponsored Upgrades – How To React?
Today we have a very interesting Reader Question as we received an email saying that American Airlines is making calls to question passengers who recently received sponsored flight upgrades.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us a short question by email regarding the Hilton’s MVP 20% off rate plan and apparent had difficulty pulling up the prices.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us an email about Suite Night Award (SNA) issue that he was having at legacy Starwood property.
Reader Question: Lufthansa Is Selling Fake First Class Seats On Domestic Flights, What’s Up With That?
Today we have a very interesting Reader Question that stuck out because the way Lufthansa is representing some of their domestic flight inventory when it comes to seating is plain misleading and dishonest.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us an email about unfortunate experience at the China Eastern check in at the Shanghai Pudong airport.
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us a message via Facebook about an unfortunate incident that appears to be due to British Airways data hack that leaked credit card numbers with CVVs of close to 400,000 passengers that had purchased tickets from the airline.
Reader Question: Incorrect Information From Marriott Customer Service (SPG Legacy Qualification Criteria)?
A LoyaltyLobby reader sent us a message via Facebook regarding a piece we wrote back in June about qualifying based on legacy SPG rules in 2018.
Today we have a Reader Question to answer which is about the Hyatt Credit Card which has been revamped this year and now comes with 5 Elite qualifying nights per year plus additional ones based on spend.The lucrative part of this card is the additional 2 qualifying nights for each $5,000 spent with the card which can drastically reduce the qualification hurdle of 55/60 nights for Hyatt Globalist and lower tiers.