Last month, Marriott took the first steps in acquiring Starwood hotels. They announced status matches between the three rewards programs (Starwood Preferred Guest, Marriott Rewards, Ritz Carlton Rewards) and a 1:3 transfer ratio for Read full post »
Chase is on a roll this year and has introduced yet another premium rewards card—Chase Ink Business Preferred. The new top-tier card will launch some time later this year and will offer an 80,000-point Read full post »
Packing correctly for a trip can be a challenge. You don’t want to forget things, nor do you want to overpack. Even though I travel quite frequently and am always packing and unpacking for Read full post »
Flexible rewards points issued via bank credit cards are probably the safest bet in terms of rewards currencies. Since they can be transferred to a variety of different hotel and airline programs, the chance Read full post »
Marriott/Ritz-Carlton and Starwood have expanded the earning benefits on their co-branded credit cards issued by Chase and American Express! The Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card by American Express now earns two SPG points per dollar Read full post »
Right now until November 9, 2016, American Express is offering amazing sign up offers for both their Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card and their Gold Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card. So there’s never Read full post »
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 »
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