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Miles & Points: The Week's Best Frequent Flyer Deals

Following is our regular summary of the best frequent traveler promotions reviewed during the past week.

If it was a good deal—or a notably bad deal—from an airline, hotel, or car rental loyalty program, you can read all about it here, and plan your travel accordingly.

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Tim Winship on why American's situation could lead to a surprise frequent flyer bonanza.

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Got British Airways Miles? Not Any More!

British Airways has revamped its Executive Club program, making award travel more expensive for many U.S. members.

Convert Points for More Aeroplan Miles

Through December 12, Aeroplan members can earn 20 to 25 percent more miles when converting points from 14 other programs into Aeroplan miles.

US Airways Brings Back the Buy-Miles Bonus

For the month of December, travelers can earn a 100 percent bonus on the purchase of US Airways miles, effectively halving their cost.

While past versions of this discount were a deal, this one may or may not be.

Delta Puts Elite Perks Up for Sale

Through December 15, Delta SkyMiles members may purchase up to 10,000 miles that count toward 2012 elite status.

Good value, or not? Tim Winship reality-checks the prices.

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