American Airlines has announced some pretty major changes to their program, which were bound to happen at some point. Most American Airlines fliers aren’t going to be too excited about these changes, unfortunately. Here’s a Read full post »
For those who were at one time loyal to United’s MileagePlus program, the airline has a promotion to earn their love back. In a targeted promotion, the airline is offering bonus MileagePlus miles for Read full post »
We all love this hobby, right? Earning points and miles can make some amazing travel experiences possible that would otherwise be out of reach for most of us. It’s why we pick up new credit cards Read full post »
Since I write about personal finance for a living, a lot of people find my enthusiasm for credit cards quite perplexing. On any given day, I write about investing, frugality, and budgeting in my Read full post »
When you pay for a plane ticket, there are a number of components in the purchase price that you probably don’t concern yourself with because your focus is likely on the dollar amount at Read full post »
IHG has a new promotion called “Share Forever” that is valid for stays starting May 1 through September 5, 2016, and registration is now open. Like many of IHG’s recent promotions, Share Forever has Read full post »
Airports throughout the world struggle to find effective ways of keeping birds and other wildlife off of airport property. In the winter, the snowy owls pose the most danger to our local airport, Cherry Read full post »
Our beloved FTG founder, Rick Ingersoll, is generously giving away eight of his United Airlines Lounge Passes to our lucky readers. Each pass is good for one person, so we’re giving them away in Read full post »
Looking at the many options of travel rewards credit cards available, I think we can safely organize them into four different categories: No/Low Fee: These cards offer access to travel rewards and may or Read full post »
The hobby has taken some hits as far as the methods with which we collect frequent flyer miles from credit card signups. The banks have limited our ability to gain multiple signup bonuses, and 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 Read full post »
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