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Miles & Points: The Week’s Best Frequent-Flyer Deals (Week of February 20, 2015)

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Following is our regular summary of the latest travel news and 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.

Now on JetBlue: The Wall Street Journal

JetBlue passengers will now have unlimited complimentary access to the Journal’s online content on their personal WiFi devices, via the airline’s onboard Fly-Fi Hub.

Southwest Companion Pass After Three Flights

Through May 17, Rapid Rewards members with Atlanta mailing addresses can earn a Companion Pass after three roundtrip flights.

Delta CEO Plays the Terrorism Card

Were the Gulf airlines somehow complicit in the terrorist events of 9/11? Delta CEO Richard Anderson would like us to believe that they were.

Delta Guarantees Timely Checked-Bag Delivery

For a limited time, Delta is offering compensation for delayed checked bags: 2,500 frequent-flyer miles if bags are not on the carousel in 20 minutes or less.

Earn Double AAdvantage Miles for Germany Flights

Through April 17, AAdvantage members can earn double miles for flights between the U.S. and Germany, on American, US Airways, and airberlin.

Ralph Nader Calls Out United Chief

United Airlines chief Jeff Smisek has taken more than his fair share of criticism from disgruntled flyers, unhappy investors, and alienated workers. The piling on continues …

JetBlue Dumps Amex

Although American Express has fallen on hard times, the outlook for big credit card sign-up bonuses is bright.

Hyatt Award Stays at 20 Percent Off

Got a Hyatt co-branded credit card? If so, you’re entitled to a 20 percent discount on Gold Passport award bookings for a limited time.

Win a Seven-Day Trip for Two to Florence, Italy

Enter the Travel Channel sweepstakes by February 28 for a chance to win a six-night trip to Florence, Italy, including air, hotel, city tour, cooking class, and $1,500 spending money.

Somebody has to win, right? Might as well be you.

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