For the average person, ease of redemption is an important factor in determining which reward currencies to collect. After all, there’s nothing worse than spending months collecting enough miles for your dream trip and then spending hours on the phone with a Read full post »
Over the past few years, airlines have increased or tacked on fees on everything from checked bags to award booking fees. Thankfully, credit card companies are swooping in to help travelers eliminate these fees with a statement credits that can be applied Read full post »
Living in different areas of the country might mean that some credit card choices are better options for your travel needs. Today we’re going to take a look at the best credit card options if you live in or around the Detroit, Read full post »
Once again, frugal travelers are bracing themselves for another round of changes within their favorite frequent flyer programs. American has already made the long-announced transition from a distance-based reward system to a revenue based reward system, joining their major airline counterparts across Read full post »
In every frugal traveler’s life, a little rain must fall. The idea of “a little rain” can be a metaphor for many inconveniences we face on a daily basis. This can range from flight delays due to irregular operations, computer shutdowns, or Read full post »
Redeeming points and miles for travel is fun, exciting, and pretty rewarding. Whether you’re booking a staycation in your backyard, taking the kids to Disneyland, or embarking on a luxury safari, there are a few things you should be aware of. Here Read full post »
Airline and hotel program devaluations are, unfortunately, part of the deal when you decide to get involved in points and miles. This time, United is making the changes to their program. The changes this time around are to the award fees and Read full post »
Jet Airways doesn’t have a business class product that is overly talked about due to the fact that it is not an airline that is common to earn miles with or redeem miles to fly on. I recently had the opportunity to Read full post »
The Chase Sapphire Preferred has long been a favorite card in the points and miles community. the card currently offers 50,000 bonus points when you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. The card’s currency, Ultimate Rewards Read full post »
One of the simple joys I take in being an expert flyer is my ability to control my itinerary no matter where I go. Should I want to start an adventure in one place and end in another, there is always the Read full post »
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