Airbnb calculates one aspect of its bookings slightly differently depending on your profile settings. Using this trick you can save money on each booking which can add up considerably over time.
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This page is a compilation of the useful Avios related posts since Points to be Made was created. These are the posts that get referred to time and time again.
If you’re flying on an unfamiliar route you might need help identifying where to put your air miles. This page helps solve this need with wheretocredit.com, the place to see at a glance which airlines give the most points for any ticket
Union workers in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Customs are protesting against the terms of their agreement by screening all incoming passengers.
Blissful and serene, I consider Etihad’s boarding music to be a masterpiece. Play it in the background as you continue your day’s work.
€50 discount which you can use as many times as you want, with no minimum spend. For short intra-Europe flights, this can pretty much halve the cost of your flight!
Buy 13 weeks of Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung and get 6000 miles for €39.90. Best advised if you can find someone with an address in Germany.
Is it your first time travelling between Canada/US and Europe? Or are you a seasoned pro looking for ways to become more efficient? Here are my top 5 tips which I’ve learnt the hard way!
Back in January last year I wrote a post explaining how the UK’s Air Passenger Duty (APD) worked, and how you can avoid paying it. George Osborne, The Chancellor of the Exchequer, today announced in a couple of changes in his Budget 2014 to how APD will be calculated.
Having recently booked KLM flights and successfully avoided their €10 fee, I was more than happy to take on the challenge when I noticed SAS was trying the same on me.