You may have heard the news that Delta, United, and American airlines simultaneously raised prices for multi-city tickets recently. Whether it was collusion or not is for the Justice Department to figure out but in the meantime, that multi-city itinerary may cost Read full post »
When identifying the right credit card to match your travel goals you’re probably focused on the signup bonus, the number of points you’ll earn on your everyday spend and if or how much of an annual fee you’ll have to pony up to Read full post »
Star Alliance member Copa Airlines has introduced a new search tool that might help you search for award availability. The search tool has a fairly simple interface that should be easy to understand. One bonus that you can notice right off the Read full post »
As hotels prepare for what may be the busiest summer travel season of all time, multinational chains continue to entice travelers with generous points promotions. For the newly-combined Marriott-Starwood, the points continue to flow for guests who are loyal to their assorted Read full post »
If you’ve ever worked with a financial advisor, you know that a core component of coming up with a plan is to create a budget. It isn’t all about cutting your expenses per se, but it’s more about being honest with yourself Read full post »
Earlier this month, Rick, my youngest brother Stephen and my step-father Roger took a cross-country trip on Amtrak. To say it was an experience was an understatement. We booked the trip while Amtrak was still a transfer partner with Chase Ultimate Rewards Read full post »
Although English speakers are easy to find at some of the most popular destinations, travelers would be very well served to learn key words and phrases of the local language before arrival. Learning the vocabulary or mechanics of a new language does Read full post »
I don’t care how many awesome benefits they come with–when I have to pay an extra $59 – $89 after a card anniversary comes around, I grit my teeth. I try to remind myself of all the benefits that make paying that Read full post »
Even when your hotels and flights are free or almost-free, a vacation can cost quite a bit if you visit an expensive city or a far away island. That’s the exact kind of situation my family encountered during our recent week in Read full post »
Credit card signup bonuses are a fantastic way to generate an influx of points and miles into a loyalty account. Having 25k, 50k, and 100k points can position you nicely to take a dream trip, but what if you need more points Read full post »
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