Carnac the Magnificent called last night and offered the following 2012 predictions for the travel hacking community: Credit card applications will continue to be the primary source of free or inexpensive miles throughout the year. As a result more people will actually work Read full post »
Hilton’s Q1 promotion has been announced: 1,000 points/night and 5,000 points/weekendAlitalia is offering 50% off “classic” reward redemptions. This means that roundtrip from the States to Italy is only 25,000 miles! You can transfer from AMEX or SPG. You can stay at Read full post »
Sometime in the near future my husband and I plan to travel too Europe. In a quest to find cheap lodging without relying on hotel points I came across a nice booking website, www.hostelworld.com. This website is a huge hostel booking website that Read full post »
Just for grins I thought I’d lay out a potential 2012 application schedule for someone who is new to the game of applying for credit cards. As I start this post, I have no idea how many points I’ll come up with Read full post »
It seems fitting, as I look back upon my year of frequent flier travel hacking, that I’m naturally away from my home and living out of a carry-on bag. I’m currently in Miami, Florida, getting ready for my new Godson’s Christening. Thanks, Read full post »
Get 30 minutes of Free WiFion Delta until Jan. 2 from eBay and GoGo.You can get 2,00 free miles from Jet Airways by signing up for an account here.Thanks GaryGary has a great post about getting huge bonuses by signing up for Read full post »
After our vacation and Christmas weekend, I’m back at my old reliable Sheraton for my final (business) trip of 2011. My last day up in the air will be on the 29th when we head up to New York for New Year’s. Read full post »
With the year coming to a close, it seems appropriate to look at what has happened in my travel world, and what I expect to be different in the year to come… Like many of you, my miles acquisition strategy has moved Read full post »
Kauai’s Na Pali Coast, photo by Andrew Rick, I first met you at the LaGuardia DO in April. Until that day, I thought I was a savvy world traveler. Then I listened (dumbfounded) to you and the other speakers and felt like Read full post »
This was our first stay at this Sheraton Resort and it neither disappointed nor dazzled us. On my bucket list was fishing for marlin off the coast of Kona. We’ve been to the Big Island before but never stayed at this resort. Read full post »
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