With the recent introduction of Chase’s new Chase Sapphire Reserve, there are a lot of people who are wanting the credit card. A big part of that is attributed to the 100,000 Ultimate Rewards point signup bonus that is currently offered with Read full post »
A few weeks ago, I wrote about Hotels That Go the Extra Mile With Points + Cash Rewards and a reader left a comment about the ease of earning free nights with the Choice Privileges Program that made me realize it might Read full post »
For many frugal travelers, the process of opening and closing credit cards is nothing new. Rather, it is one of our most regular habits and a time-tested way to earn points and miles towards our next destinations. However, this process can only Read full post »
Getting into points and miles is really tough. There are so many different award programs — both airline and hotel, as well as transferable points currencies. Each has a different award chart and different partners that you can redeem your miles for Read full post »
Ever since the Chase Sapphire Reserve became available, comparisons have been made between this card and the Citi Prestige, The Platinum Card from American Express, and The Enhanced Business Platinum Card from American Express. All of these credit cards offer similar travel Read full post »
Occasionally airlines or booking agents make an internal error and an airfare surfaces for far less than it should normally sell for. There are also promotions for cheap fares from airlines seeking to expand their presence such as Norwegian Airlines and WOW. Read full post »
Anyone who isn’t living under a rock knows that Chase ramped up their credit card offerings earlier this month. Called the Chase Sapphire Reserve, this new credit card is supposed to be the #cardoftheuniverse. Not only does it come with a 100,000 Read full post »
While visiting Sydney, Australia this past weekend I checked my Facebook page and discovered that four other people I knew were either in Australia or on their way to visit. There have been some incredible cheap airfares lately to Australia and a Read full post »
Just last week, the first wave of American passenger aircraft landed in Cuba for the first time in over fifty years. Whether the future of American tourism to Cuba looks good or bad in your eyes, this change does give us a Read full post »
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 »
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