Exert travelers are not born—rather, frugal travelers are made from the sum of their experiences, both good and bad. Despite my ease today aboard aircraft and at locations both foreign and domestic, many of Read full post »
For a long time, the Chase Freedom Card has been the top recommendation in terms of high-value credit cards with no annual fees. A few months ago, the Chase Freedom got a little competition Read full post »
Where most airlines let you book flights almost a year out, Southwest Airlines takes a different approach. Every few months, they open up a chunk of availability that extends their booking calendar a few Read full post »
Earning points, miles and cash back from credit cards has become a long-term game—due to the fact that many banks have tightened up their requirements on who qualifies for the generous long-term bonuses. Accordingly, Read full post »
Airlines competing against one another for passengers often benefit the frugal traveler. Such is the case in the latest skirmish amongst JetBlue, Virgin America and Alaska Airlines – soon to be the owner and Read full post »
There is good news on the lost luggage front—only twenty-three million bags were lost or mishandled in 2015. Considering 3.5 billion people traveled, that’s not a bad number. In fact, according to a new Read full post »
Keeping track of a bunch of different credit card rewards gets tough over time. Every time you add more accounts and different types of awards it gets even harder. Some people are able to 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 »
The sign-up bonus for the Hilton HHonors Visa Signature card has just increased to 75,000 points after $2,000 spent within 3 months! This is great news for those of you who have been eyeing this Read full post »
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