Miles & Points from Credit Cards 2016, AA Aviator Retention, IHG Points, Southwest Companion Pass Tease, SPG Points Xfer to Virgin, Costa Rica Reports- The Rehash!


On New Years Day the Michael W Travels family got home from an awesome but short visit to Costa Rica. I started sharing some details about the trip over the past week and I still have more to come.

It was tough going back to work after our latest adventure but it’s nice to know that we’ll be heading off again in the middle of February. I definitely need to finish booking a very important detail for that trip soon.

How has your week gone when it comes to miles, points and travel?

Now it’s time to take a look back at some of this past week’s posts in a recap that I like to call, The Rehash!

Some of you might want to know: Did I receive a retention offer for the AAdvantage Aviator Red Card?

I always like writing these kind of trip planning posts: 153,128 points + 1 IHG Free Night + $1027.80= Trip for 4 to Costa Rica.

Heading to NYC?  Here are my thought on what you should order at Salvation Burger.

These e-mails from IHG never get old.

This might be one of the coolest restaurants we ever dined at. Love airplanes? Check out El Avion Restaurant in Costa Rica.

A bit of a tease… Southwest Airlines: Congrats, you earned Companion Pass- Oops, no you didn’t!

A sad story where flight attendants could’ve shown some heart. Sisters were kicked off of an Allegiant Air flight, missing a final goodbye with their dying Dad.

Find out about A visit to the Costa Rica crocodile bridge.

Barclaycard Arrival Plus congratulates me a bit late.

There was an awesome offer which recently expired. Did you transfer SPG points to Virgin America?

Find out about The animals of Manuel Antonio NP in Costa Rica.

Here are my totals for Miles & Points earned from credit card bonuses in 2016.

That’s all I’ve got for this week’s rehash! ‘Til next time.

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