Airline and hotel program devaluations are, unfortunately, part of the deal when you decide to get involved in points and miles. This time, United is making the changes to their program. The changes this time Read full post »
Skyroam is a great solution to a common travel problem—unreliable wifi. With Skyroam, you will get fast, global wifi across Europe, Asia, Australia, North and South America, and Africa. Skyroam is an external battery Read full post »
According to national tourism statistics, the number of Americans traveling internationally has reached record numbers. While In most cases we don’t need special immunizations to travel, there are destinations where proof of having the Read full post »
Transferable points currencies are amazing because they are so flexible, but they do add a level of complication to making award redemptions. When you have a non-transferrable currency, you only have one thing to Read full post »
The following is the August 2016 edition of what we consider the Top 10 credit card products available at the moment. The list is based on a combination of factors, including current welcome bonus offers, daily Read full post »
When it comes to utilizing credit card rewards, most of us have the same concerns – credit card interest, overspending, and debt. Sure, credit cards can be wicked valuable tools if you’re able to Read full post »
Most people don’t actually want to count their pennies while traveling, but keeping track of expenses is often a good idea, especially for longer trips. Believe it or not, it is amazingly difficult to Read full post »
You’ve read some success stories from FrugalTravelGuy readers using points and miles to travel the world, and now you’re wondering how to get in on the rewards game yourself so you can finally start Read full post »
Whether you’re a frequent traveler or you find yourself at an airport once a year, club lounges can make increasingly chaotic airport terminals a more pleasant place to be. Luckily, these days you don’t Read full post »
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