In late March, I decided to book a last minute stay at the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos. Previously owned by Barcelo Hotels, this all-inclusive resort was acquired by and reopened as a Hyatt property in 2013. After sustaining some damage during Hurricane Read full post »
Korean SKYPASS has some great redemption options, and their miles are really easy to get your hands on since they are a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards. Korean gets a pretty bad reputation for having very difficult to book awards, but Read full post »
It has been called the “Showcase of the Immortals,” and this weekend, a predicted audience of 100,000 people will fill AT&T Stadium in Texas to partake in this cultural phenomenon. Fans will spend days waiting in line, and bypassing security checks in Read full post »
I was asked about which of the three cards with newly increased offers was best, and while the answer will vary for each of you, I’ll try to highlight the biggest bang for your application. Here are the offers in a gist: Read full post »
Global Entry is thought of as the gold standard as far as preferred traveler programs go not only because it gives you fast access through immigration and TSA PreCheck but also because you can get the fee reimbursed with The Platinum Card Read full post »
If you love this hobby and want to get your family involved here’s what I’d suggest doing: Lead by Example (Show and Tell) Seeing is believing. If you’re taking regular trips, reaping the rewards of points and miles, your friends and family Read full post »
All the major hotel loyalty programs offer you some way to convert your hotel points into airline miles. While the flexibility to perform a conversion is great, you need to know when you’re getting a good deal or a bad one. The Read full post »
Over the years, we’ve had many readers share their success stories with us. Folks for whom traveling domestically once a year was a luxury are now traveling the world with just a few credit card sign-up bonuses. And the best part? They Read full post »
With American Airlines’ recent frequent flyer program changes, the worst case scenario for many frequent flyers has come to fruition. By the end of 2016, a mile flown will no longer be a mile earned. Instead, frugal travelers are woe to earn Read full post »
The sign-up bonus for the Chase Sapphire Preferred card has long been 40,000 bonus points after meeting a $3,000 or $4,000 spend requirement within the first three months of account opening. This past month, we’ve seen an increase to 50,000 bonus points Read full post »
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