We’ve all got our favorite travel spots, right? Our favorite countries to visit? Our favorite restaurants? Our favorite hotels? I certainly do, and I seem to add a few more countries and hotels to the list with every passing year. Actually, this Read full post »
We all know how our favorite co-branded Hilton credit cards help us save on hotel stays. With the Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve card, for example, you get two free weekend nights after you spend just $2,500 in 90 days. No matter how Read full post »
Several years ago, my husband and I flew to the Dominican Republic for a week-long, all-inclusive getaway. We did almost nothing on this trip, and I mean “nothing.” Aside from eating, swimming, and bouncing between the beach and pool, we lived and Read full post »
Perhaps the greatest measure of the points and miles we collect is not in the frequency of which we used them, but in how we use them. While some people choose to measure points through their literal value, I choose to measure Read full post »
Rare is the globetrotter for whom Paris does not top the list of must-see destinations. Unfortunately, while it may be one of the world’s most magical cities, it’s also one of the most expensive. A free stay in one of the city’s Read full post »
For most people, it’s much easier nowadays to earn free nights and elite status with hotels than with airlines. That might change at some point, but for now, it’s nice that we can all enjoy more comfortable experiences on the portion of Read full post »
A couple weeks ago, Marriott announced that they will add Korean Air to their list of airline partners. This partnership means a couple of things. First, Marriott rewards members will be able to earn Korean Air miles during their stays at Marriott Read full post »
It’s safe to say all of us in this hobby are after one thing: Earning more points. Yes, the ultimate goal is to travel with those points, but the first order of business is earning them. That’s especially true for hotel points since Read full post »
While many of us have used the services of a hotel concierge to get dining reservations or tickets to a show, a surprising number of credit card users don’t realize that many premium credit cards give them 24/7 access to their very Read full post »
One of the ultimate tests of points and miles are the actual value we receive from them at redemption. While many place the rough value of any given point around two cents per point, smart travelers can often find even more value Read full post »
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