Never a good thing. It unfortunately happened to me, and it could happen to you too. I’ll save the story of what happened for another day. If you ever crash your rental car, hopefully you Read full post »
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spent $105 billion during the holiday season alone last year. All of that spending had the potential to result in at least 105 billion points and miles Read full post »
The Galápagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago that lies about 1,000 kilometers (or 600 miles) west of Ecuador. Their unique wildlife puts the destination on many travelers’ bucket lists, but because of their location, Read full post »
One thing I hear a lot from fellow points and miles collectors is, “If you’re not earning miles, you’re better off charging your spending to a 2% cash back card.” This includes credit cards Read full post »
Recently a man was arrested after forging boarding passes for the purpose of accessing the airline lounges at Changi Airport in Singapore. He ended up staying in the airport for eighteen days. How could Read full post »
Choosing the right order to get credit cards in if you are new to points and miles is becoming oh-so-important. Chase implemented a rule called 5/24 – meaning that if you have gotten five Read full post »
We’ve all got our favorite travel spots, right? Our favorite countries to visit? Our favorite restaurants? Our favorite hotels? I certainly do, and I seem to add a few more countries and hotels to Read full post »
A trip to Disney World is often associated with a high price tag, especially for a family of four (two adults and two children). After all, flights, hotels, and park tickets add up quickly, Read full post »
Time and time again, I hear people say that they can’t travel because it’s too expensive — or sometimes, more specifically, that they can’t travel internationally because it’s too expensive. Travel doesn’t have to Read full post »
With its welcome combination of generous rewards and flexible redemption options, the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is one of the most popular travel reward credit cards on the market. The card has an enticing Read full post »
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