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 credit Read full post »
The IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card is a card that keeps on giving. The current signup bonus of 70,000 points, after meeting a spend requirement of $2,000 within the first three months of Read full post »
Many of us old timers have shifted our focus to cashback cards in light of the restrictions on obtaining multiple signup bonuses. In light of this, the SimplyCash Plus Business credit card offers some 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 »
American Express has recently added Etihad Guest as a transfer partner for Membership Rewards. The addition of Etihad as a transfer partner makes Membership Rewards more valuable than they were before and gives you Read full post »
The plethora of increased signup bonuses with Hilton credit cards make it a program ripe for redemption. I’m thinking we might see a possible HHonors devaluation, but for now, prices are holding steady, which Read full post »
With devaluation a constant threat and the constant tightening of when new accounts qualify for sign-up bonuses, it only makes sense to apply for the best bonuses available, with a plan to utilize those Read full post »
Points and miles have been of great use to me when it comes to last-minute travel—whether its an impulsive trip to Australia or unfortunate circumstances, points and miles have allowed me to book trips Read full post »
When it comes to everyday spending, I almost always choose to put it on a Chase credit card. This is mainly because I am obsessed with the Chase Ultimate Rewards program, and of course, Read full post »
If you have millions of points and miles then you’re likely not concerned about finding a cheap airfare. You are probably too busy spending your time combing airline award charts and looking to optimize every Read full post »
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