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 »
The Chase Ultimate Rewards program has had its fair share of hits in the past few years, with major transfer partners like United, Hyatt, Southwest, and British Airways devaluing their award charts. That being Read full post »
You can’t go wrong with the Chase Sapphire Preferred if you’re looking to travel at prices you can afford. You can also earn 50,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the Read full post »
In the points and miles hobby, the only thing that will remain stable is change. Starting March 22, many frugal travelers will once again have to prepare for yet another change: the devaluation of American Read full post »
The IHG Accelerate Promotion has been recurring for the past few quarters as InterContinental Hotel Group’s primary promotion. The basics of this promotion are that everybody gets a different offer. Some are great and Read full post »
Recently, KLM Airlines announced their Layover with a Local program for travelers departing from the USA, Canada, and Italy connecting through Amsterdam. The idea is to hook you up with a local, provide free Read full post »
For the most part, everyone in my family goes along with my obsession with points and miles in this hobby of ours. My wife used to be an unwilling participant, however, she’s a convert. Read full post »
A reoccurring motto for the writers at FrugalTravelGuy is that the use of your points and miles are an individual choice based on what your personal choices and travel desires are. I use Ultimate Rewards 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 »
Starwood Preferred Guest has a lot more transfer partners compared to the other transferrable point currencies (Citi ThankYou Points, Amex Membership Rewards, and Chase Ultimate Rewards). However, many of their transfer partners are often Read full post »
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