Beijing Market with Snake, Scorpion, Beetles, You Name it Hi Rick, Kind of boring but here goes: We started avidly following The Frugal Travel Guy in March of last year. At that time, we had one frequent flier mile account and no Read full post »
Last Friday while I was waiting in Traverse City for my flights to Reno, I ran into Christine, aka TC Fly Girl. We ended up talking about Katy’s experience with the Chinese lavatories in public tourist areas. Christine reminded me of a Read full post »
SW Drink Coupons for Our Servicemen and Women Karen R. C. L. from the city of Brotherly Love has donated 20 Southwest drink coupons for our military service members. I have divided them into five envelopes so drop me a line at. Read full post »
Rick, I recently made a few charges on my Sapphire card for travel (purchases made in June and July). After finding out that Chase Sapphire℠ Preferred Card is now offering two points per one dollar spend on travel, I emailed Chase through Read full post »
Kaikoura, New Zealand photo by Andrew Ingersoll Wednesday Morning Updates The SPG card links are now working for both the personal and business card.. I have provided an ad for each at the bottom of the post and in the right hand blog Read full post »
Our flights last Friday were to be TVC-ORD-SFO-RNO. Unfortunately, while I was waiting waiting for flight #1, I got the dreaded “flight cancellation” call on my phone. The cancellation was for “air traffic control.” I immediately called the 1K United phone line and explained Read full post »
There is a very interesting thread on Flyertalk where people weigh in on their favorite travel blogs. I’m glad to take the positives offered about my blog and I have big enough shoulders to take the negatives as well. Instead of posting Read full post »
Rick:Because I started reading your blog – and can’t remember how I even stumbled on it – I did my first application day ever at the age of 53 because of you. This is what I did, and these are my results:Citi Read full post »
Hi Rick, A customer service representative at the Chase Sapphire Desk mentioned to me yesterday that they’ve upped the point earning potential on the Chase Sapphire℠ Preferred Card to two points per dollar spent on dining and travel (plus one additional point Read full post »
Circulating $1 Coin Direct Ship Rolls The United States Mint has eliminated the credit and debit card purchase of $1 Coins through its Direct Ship Program effective July 22, 2011. Customers who wish to purchase $1 coins through the Direct Ship Program Read full post »
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