Our winner from last week’s post on Priceline bidding for cheap hotel rooms goes to Nicholas! Great tips last week from everyone. Thank You all! Nicholas, send Rick your email address. Last week’s Winning tip: “One tip I have learned through many Read full post »
Madagascar? Maldives? Mauritius? by Andrew Ingersoll So I’m getting the urge for a big adventure. With so many places to explore, I want to do something a bit different this time: I’m going to surrender myself to you, the readers. The adventure Read full post »
Last week I wrote about how Rio’s socio-economic gap provided me with a life-changing thought process. From Rio, I hopped on a free Varig flight, thanks to Varig’s Star Alliance partnership with United Airlines’ MileagePlus program, and was off into the “jungle” Read full post »
That was quick and easy. The credit card bill came due today for $1,447 and on the statement it showed Katy had earned 112,000 points (not sure about the few points discrepancy). I paid the bill, registered the card online, and ordered Read full post »
We had the privilege of attending my youngest son’s closing performance of the University of Maryland Graduate School of Music opera performance this past weekend. (You can read his review in last week’s Washington Post.) It involved three nights hotel stays and Read full post »
What a different experience we had this time. Our last Washington-based document processing company was worthless. I ended up going to the passport office myself to get our passports with extra pages. This time, with VisaExpress out of Houston, the service was Read full post »
I just got a Private Message in my FT account from a newbie that wants to tell me how he got 125K miles in his account with three phone calls. Catch this: He wants me to pay him for the information. “125k Read full post »
Special Note: If you are a heavy spender in any or all of the following categories; gas, groceries, drugstores or dining, or a college student with limited credit, check out yesterday evening’s post on the Citi Thank You Points cards and $5 Read full post »
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