Last week I wrote about a trick to transfer Southwest points into Southwest standard awards. This loophole works well if you are trying to book
AirTran’s A+ Rewards program is ending November 2, 2014, and all credits currently in your account will be rolled up into your Southwest Rapid Rewards account.
Yesterday I posted some exciting news that Southwest will be flying to some international destinations starting July 1, 2014. These three routes include Aruba, Montego
Southwest sent out emails stating that “by the end of 2014 the two airlines will be fully integrated”. While of course deadlines can always get
Yesterday I posted that AirTran is increasing their change and cancellation fees starting in August. While I HATE to see airlines make changes to their
Starting August 20, 2013, AirTran is changing the fees charged to passengers changing and canceling their flights. I personally hate the high fees all airlines
Last week I posted that when booking through Southwest you will get double points for all travel to/from Atlanta, however, the same double credit promotion
Originally, AirTran airways had a promotion where you would receive double credits on every flight you take through May 15th. Similar to the Southwest promotion,
The Southwest Airlines credit card keeps on going back and forth between 25,000 points and 50,000 points after meeting the minimum spend requirements. As of
Although Southwest and AirTran are not yet one, there are some routes that have been integrated already and there are more to come. This will
Between February 14th and May 15th, AirTran Airways is offering double credits on every flight you take. Typically you earn 1 credit for every one-way
Southwest just announced that they are looking to increase some of their fees, which quite honestly are already pretty generous in my opinion. This change
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