Chase is on a roll this year and has introduced yet another premium rewards card—Chase Ink Business Preferred. The new top-tier card will launch some time later this year and will offer an 80,000-point sign-up bonus after spending $5,000 within the first Read full post »
Right now until November 9, 2016, American Express is offering amazing sign up offers for both their Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card and their Gold Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card. So there’s never been a better time to apply for the Read full post »
For as long as I have been a cardholder, I have been a staunch defender of The Platinum Card from American Express. For the $450 annual fee, travelers can unlock elite status across travel providers, receive bonuses through Membership Rewards and other Read full post »
True Blue, JetBlue Airways loyalty program, has been added as a transfer partner of Citi ThankYou Rewards, but the transfer ratio leaves a lot to be desired. Citi ThankYou points can be transferred to JetBlue at a rate of 1,000:800 with Citi Read full post »
As the global marketplace grows increasingly competitive, business owners need every edge they can get, and having a bank card that has perks specifically designed to boost business can be a real asset. Some so called business cards, however, seem to offer Read full post »
For a while there, I was thinking I would try to get under 5/24 to get the Chase Sapphire Reserve card and 100K signup bonus. Eventually though, I gave up and upgraded my Chase Sapphire Preferred card instead. Let’s face it; there Read full post »
A few years ago, American Express launched its Small Business Saturday event that encouraged its customers to shop at local businesses instead of large chains on Black Friday. This year, Amex is going a step further and adding an incentive to Shop Read full post »
With a substantial annual fee of $450 and the recent devaluation of the American Airlines Award chart, many may be left wondering if the Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard is still a top pick for travellers. To answer that question, it’s Read full post »
One thing I hear a lot from fellow points and miles collectors is, “If you’re not earning miles, you’re better off charging your spending to a 2% cash back card.” This includes credit cards like Citi Double Cash and Fidelity Rewards Visa. Read full post »
A trip to Disney World is often associated with a high price tag, especially for a family of four (two adults and two children). After all, flights, hotels, and park tickets add up quickly, and we’re not even talking about transportation or Read full post »
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