Get more than $2K back on $50K spend before it’s too late


A fine wine might get better with age, but these deals have an expiration date.  We wrote about them, you read about them — now it’s time to go get them before they’re gone.

Last Chance Deals
Expiring tonight (at midnight Eastern time)
  • Get a $10 Target gift card for $5: It’s always nice to save a couple of bucks on stuff you were already going to buy. If you’re interested, grab this one before it’s gone.
Expiring February 22
Won’t Last Long
  • While the best of the Europe DIRT CHEAP fares are gone, I’m still seeing dates available for $99.99 one way from Boston to Reykjavik, Iceland.  Flights back to Boston start around $150 one way.  While not as hot as San Francisco to a number of European destinations from $70 one way, the $100 one-way fares are still a good value. The Volotea promotional fares within Europe from 5 Euros one way seem to still be alive. Flights can be cheaper than train tickets if you pack light.
  • 30X Amtrak at 1800Flowers — The terms of this deal state that it is good through February 28th, but I speculated that it could get pulled early.  We have the perfect storm: 1) Amtrak points have relatively high value. 2) A lot of people with the Amex Offer are probably using it.  3) A lot of people are sending flowers this week. That three-pronged attack makes it unlikely to last to the end of the month in my opinion. I’d use this one sooner rather than later.
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About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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