Prior to the US Airways/American Airlines merger, the American Airlines credit card was issued by Citibank and the US Airways card was issued by Barclaycard. Since the merger, there has been a lot of speculation Read full post »
While there are still challenges when it comes to freely traveling the world, changes are happening that remove some of those barriers. Regardless of the violent events, complicated and expensive visa requirements, restrictions, and Read full post »
Last month, with the release of iOS 9.3 across the iPhone 6 and iPhone SE platform, AT&T added support for international Wi-Fi calling, and the ability to make phone calls leveraging a Wi-Fi network. Read full post »
As the Frugal Travel Guy readership continues to grow, it’s important for us to go over some of the starting guidelines again. Some of you old timers may have hard-wired these into your brains 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 »
Alaska Airlines did a pretty shady thing a couple of weeks ago when they devalued their Emirates award chart without notice. While we’ve definitely seen no-notice devaluations before, this one was particularly frustrating because 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 »
If you’re the designated “keeper of the points” in your family like me, there never seems to be enough points and miles to earn. Fortunately, there aren’t many people like us and in my Read full post »
Many of my misguided travel experiments can often be attributed to going for frivolous pursuits, and one of my most recent experiments came out of me craving a hamburger. Having grown up in California, Read full post »
Sometimes, the best discounts are those which do not require very much effort to find. Such is why I often use the resources immediately available within my network as an augment to my points, Read full post »
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