Long considered the original high-end charge card, The Platinum Card from American Express is much more than a points-earning card. In some circles, it is still considered a status symbol, which carries the prestige Read full post »
For years, the Platinum Card from American Express was long considered to be the pinnacle of high-end credit cards. It was among the first cards to offer an airline credit, as well as access Read full post »
Imagine you were just joining your first frequent flier program and you wanted to understand how the program worked. Recently I tried explaining the process to a beginner and it became very confusing. In Read full post »
In the world of travel rewards credit cards, the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card tends to get the lion’s share of attention. The Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard, however, definitely deserves center stage for Read full post »
The sheer idea of a “love hotel” may make the uneducated traveler cringe. When they first come to mind, the mental image that arrives may involve pictures of motels with a half-lit neon sign Read full post »
It may go without saying that frugal travelers are an anomaly in this world, because of our excitement to drop everything and see the world on short notice. Through either ridiculously low fares or Read full post »
Let’s face it, low-cost air carriers can often leave us feeling deceived and frustrated before, during, and after our travel experience. While the initial base fare may seem incredibly appealing and reason enough to Read full post »
The Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard is one of my favorite credit cards, with its generous 2 miles per $1 earned on all spending and the 5 percent rebate on travel redemptions. To Read full post »
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