There have been some great news in the points and miles game lately: The new Chase Sapphire Reserve Card with a 100,000 point sign-up bonus and the Marriott – SPG merger. One good thing Read full post »
On FrugalTravelGuy, we write a lot about how to maximize loyalty programs in order to see the world for a low price. However, for the beginner, deciding on how to maximize loyalty program points Read full post »
If you stay frequently at a particular hotel chain, you have probably signed up for their loyalty program and may have even qualified for elite status. If you stay infrequently, you may not think Read full post »
Earlier this year, my husband and I both signed up for the Platinum Card from American Express to earn 100,000 Membership Rewards points. Yes, this was the covert link that wasn’t supposed to be Read full post »
Many frugal travelers are aware of how loyalty programs work: after signing up, travelers are awarded for activities they make with their brand, from purchases made on site to those made with a co-branded Read full post »
Due to myriad factors that have made it harder to qualify for certain rewards cards, it’s smart to consider cards that aren’t quite as mainstream. The Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card, issued by Bank Read full post »
American Express recently has announced a new bonus earning on airfare – unlimited 5x points per dollar spent on flights purchased directly from airlines or American Express Travel with its top-tier personal Platinum Card. Read full post »
Getting into this hobby can be intimidating, especially when taking into account the number of credit cards many frugal travelers have, keeping track of which card earns what bonus, when an annual fee is Read full post »
Before the US Airways – American Airlines merger, Barclays issued the US Airways credit card. This card was quite popular for its sign-up bonus (and the ability to get it multiple times). When the Read full post »
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