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Most Popular Posts of September 2018
Here is our 5 most viewed posts from the previous month. This only includes articles written and posted in the month of September. Any expired deals or promos will not be included either.
September had a lot of popular deals.
American Airlines continues to send out lucrative status offers/status challenges. Shawn took part in one a few months back. That status offer ended up getting him to Hawaii in a little more comfort (upgraded to economy comfort) on his recent last minute trip. Bethany received a similar offer in September.
Bethany has another great guide for the American Express Platinum card. Make sure you check out her guide on how to get free changes and cancellations on American Airlines without status as well. Check to see if you are targeted for the Platinum card’s 100K Offer Here.
3. $1,000 Off Emirates First Class with American Express Partnership – Discounts for Economy and Business Too
If you have a cash flight upcoming on Emirates this discount is hard to beat.
I don’t usually include deals in the top 5 roundup since they have usually expired but this one is still going strong. And the fact that it works for existing customers made it hugely popular.
This was a fun one. I got plenty of jerk comments on the article and in our Facebook Group. We had a lot of fun with it in the FB group and even did a poll of everyone’s biggest pet peeves while traveling. I compiled them into a top 10 rankings.
Well that does it for September 2018. Let me know in the comments which article you liked best.
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