If you’ve been pursuing points and miles long enough, you’ll eventually hit a point where you’re not sure which credit cards you can qualify for. The Chase 5/24 rule can be a dream-killer when Read full post »
Many credit cards now come with some sort of annual travel credit. Depending on the card, the credit can sometimes be used on any type of travel purchase, sometimes only on specific airline purchases, Read full post »
The honeymoon phase is officially over. Whether it’s elite benefits, redemption rates, or the name change (Bonvoy?), Marriott members are not happy about how the merger has turned out. A lot of former SPG Read full post »
Travel Freely offers a powerful and easy-to-use set of tools for anyone earning travel rewards from their credit cards, no matter how much experience you have. I’ll definitely be using it to track my Read full post »
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