There are many places in this world where frugal travelers would not dare tread without their credit cards. After all, our cards offer more value than the points and miles we earn from it — 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 »
The new Chase Freedom Unlimited card presents some pretty amazing earning potential, especially when paired with one of Chase’s premium products like the Chase Sapphire Preferred. In fact, you could earn enough points for Read full post »
Airline partnerships are at the core of identifying the value of frequent flyer miles. While it’s great to use miles with the airline that issued them, it’s better to be able to have access Read full post »
I’m regularly asked what cards I carry and use on a daily basis. I cycle cards in an out of my wallet depending on spend requirements, travel and shopping habits. Everyone has a different Read full post »
Perhaps the most common reason why travelers elect to eschew the guided tour is to experience a destination as a local. Instead of seeing highlights in a very controlled setting, many use their points Read full post »
With tax season now officially behind us, many frugal travelers are now either awaiting their tax refund or enjoying the influx of points from creatively paying a tax burden. I found myself in the points-earning Read full post »
Unlike hotel credit cards, airline cards don’t give us much in the way of recurring benefits (other than maybe a companion pass). Sure, there are annual elite-qualifying mile bonuses, but most of us don’t Read full post »
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