One of the benefits of having a Chase rewards card is having exclusive access to the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal. There, Chase offers plane tickets, hotel stays and even vacation tours at steep discounts. Use Read full post »
For as long as I have been a cardholder, I have been a staunch defender of The Platinum Card from American Express. For the $450 annual fee, travelers can unlock elite status across travel Read full post »
True Blue, JetBlue Airways loyalty program, has been added as a transfer partner of Citi ThankYou Rewards, but the transfer ratio leaves a lot to be desired. Citi ThankYou points can be transferred to Read full post »
The first time I came to the U.S., there were lots of differences I noticed right away between Americans and Europeans. The part that stuck out more than anything else were Americans’ eating habits Read full post »
Over the past several years, consumers and travelers alike have begun to rely heavily on reviews from other customers when making business or travel decisions. This, of course, makes perfect sense; reviews can make Read full post »
I recently had another disappointing travel-related thing happen. This time, it wasn’t being denied boarding, but rather finding out that I wasn’t going to be able to get a visa for a trip that Read full post »
There is an entertaining cycle that takes often takes place in the points and miles world: as soon as one program or offer closes, another program comes in to take its place. Such seems Read full post »
The Chase Sapphire Reserve is probably the most talked about credit card right now, largely thanks to it’s 100,000 point sign-up bonus. While I’ve objected to the notion of this being the best credit Read full post »
As the global marketplace grows increasingly competitive, business owners need every edge they can get, and having a bank card that has perks specifically designed to boost business can be a real asset. Some Read full post »
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