There’s a reason 66 percent of Americans resolved to do more traveling in 2016—from learning about new cultures and languages to reducing stress and generally feeling happier, travel offers an array of long-term benefits that far outweigh the costs associated with hitting Read full post »
Since I have had dozens of rewards credit cards over the years, it’s difficult to pinpoint my favorite signup bonus of all time. Still, there is one that I still hold near and dear to my heart, and that’s the 70,000 point Read full post »
Visiting Brazil isn’t cheap—airfare, expensive hotels, transportation, and obtaining a visa made the destination pretty much beyond our travel budget. But when Brazil announced that it was waiving visa requirements for U.S. citizens we immediately took it as a sign that it Read full post »
Recently, a friend of mine asked me about my favorite business credit card. I told her the same thing I tell everyone who is just starting out using credit cards—before you jump into a lot of other rewards programs, you should focus Read full post »
You have your vacation all set and you’re ready to go, but then you get an email letting you know that there’s been a schedule change to one of your flights. This might mean you need to leave work early or might Read full post »
As we prepare for the pending changes in American Airlines’ AAdvantage program, it seems there are more ways than ever before to earn bonus miles. While not all of these methods are built equally, travelers who have a goal to use their Read full post »
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 »
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