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, I’ve Read full post »
A few weeks ago, something crazy and unexpected happened on our way to Grand Cayman. American Airlines called us the night before our departure and asked if we were okay getting bumped from our Read full post »
If your credit report is littered with credit card accounts that you’re not ultimately liable for you might be able to have them removed, simply by asking. Being an authorized user on an account Read full post »
Last week, I covered the complete guide to benefits for both the Chase Freedom Unlimited and Ink Plus Business Credit Card. You know how much we love Chase Ultimate Rewards, but these cards are Read full post »
Worldwide tourism has increased substantially. More and more people are discovering ways to make their bucket list dreams come true and adding rich travel experiences to their lives. Some destinations are receiving so many Read full post »
We spend a lot of time talking about airline and hotel loyalty programs, but what about store loyalty programs? There are a few out there that are definitely worth paying attention to. REI You Read full post »
For many frugal travelers, getting to a destination cheap is only half the challenge. While our adventures can be paid for in points and miles, the next phase of trip planning involves finding things Read full post »
Through writing about points and miles and in my everyday life, I encounter a lot of people who are curious about this hobby. Most of them aren’t interested in becoming hardcore hobbyists, researching different Read full post »
Recently, a friend of mine asked me about my favorite business credit card. I told her the same thing I tell everyone who is just starting out using credit cards—before you jump into a Read full post »
Monitoring your credit is, unfortunately, a habit that I’d guess not enough people regularly do—no one in my family would be doing it if it wasn’t for me. You don’t need your credit until Read full post »
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