Month: August 2014

Articles

January 30, 2020
Master List of Airline Award Fees - Change Fees, Cancellation Fees, & Phone Booking Fees 2014

Using airline miles for award flights is one of the best ways to travel for less, however if you have to change or cancel an award ticket you’re often hit with high fees. Each airline program has its own award ticket fee policy and may charge you for anything from date or destination changes, refund/redeposit of miles on […]

August 15, 2018
Using Barclays Arrival Plus Card To Maximize Your Miles & Points Earning Strategy

Update: The offers on this page are expired. Please refer to the bank's website for current offers. Anyone new to the miles and points game will quickly realize that there are several types of ‘travel rewards’ credit cards---airline mile, bank-point travel rebate, and flexible-point credit cards. Each type of card holds its own purpose and […]

November 10, 2019
Award Space Series | Part 2 – Maximizing Your Miles Through SkyTeam

Award Space Series Index Part 1   |  Introduction to Maximizing Your Miles Through Airline Alliances Part 2  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through SkyTeam Alliance Part 3  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through Star Alliance Part I Part 4  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through Star Alliance Part II Part 5  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through OneWorld Alliance SkyTeam Alliance was founded in 2000 by Aeromexico, Air France, […]

August 20, 2014
10% Bonus on Chase Freedom For Checking Customers Being Dropped

Recently Chase released news that it is changing several benefits of the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card. In case you missed it, the 7% annual points dividend on the card will be eliminated in 2016, but with that comes a positive change. The card will have primary auto collision damage waiver coverage for rentals as well […]

November 20, 2019
Burning Through 100K Hilton Points for a 25 Night Stay in Argentina

After having to pass up some of the category 1 and 2 Hilton properties in Southeast Asia I decided to take a look at some lower-tier Hilton properties in my next destination---Argentina. The choices are limited as there are only two Hilton properties in all of Argentina. The first being the Hilton Buenos Aires which […]

October 30, 2014
Why Now Is The Time to Apply For The Barclays US Airways MasterCard

The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard® is currently among the best ways to earn US Airways miles. With the US Airways and American Airlines merger going through the card will be discontinued at some point in the near future, but until then the card is offering a great welcome bonus. The 40,000 US Airways miles offered […]

July 9, 2019
50,000 Miles Now Offered on Three Amex Cards

American Express just unrolled three versions of their Delta Airlines credit cards offering an increased welcome bonus of 50,000 miles (OFFERS EXPIRED). To earn the welcome bonus you will have to complete the minimum spending requirement, which differs from card to card. Normally the welcome bonus on the American Express Delta Airlines credit cards is […]

June 13, 2017
Should You be a Marriott Rewards or Ritz-Carlton Member - What's the Difference?

Although Ritz-Carlton is a luxury hotel chain owned by Marriott, both brands still retain independent loyalty programs and you can only have a membership to one program. With rewards points interchangeable between both programs in reality there is little difference between the two, however it can still lead to confusion with their program overlap and reciprocity. Over the […]

December 5, 2019
Traveling Sapa, Vietnam: What To Do, See, And Eat

Thus far on my three month month journey across Southeast Asia I have explored Bangkok, traveled across Cambodia, and toured the coastline of Vietnam. My last stop was in Sapa, Vietnam where I spent five days and found the small mountain town enjoyable and incredibly beautiful. From the cooler temperatures, the stunning local cultures, to accommodations and […]

November 9, 2019
Award Space Series | Part 1 - Introduction to Maximizing Your Miles Through Airline Alliances

Award Space Series Index Part 1  |  Introduction to Maximizing Your Miles Through Airline Alliances Part 2  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through SkyTeam Alliance Part 3  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through Star Alliance Part I Part 4  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through Star Alliance Part II Part 5  |  Maximizing Your Miles Through OneWorld Alliance Whether you’re a rookie or an experienced mile and point […]

February 27, 2020
When is it a Good Deal to Buy IHG Points Using the Cash & Points Trick?

The IHG Cash & Points trick is a great way to ‘buy’ IHG points at a highly discounted rate of 0.7 cents a piece and I covered the process in a recent article. Purchasing the points is the easy part, but finding hotel redemptions valuable enough to make buying them worthwhile is where the work […]

March 23, 2019
How to Book a Chase IHG MasterCard Free Anniversary Night Online

I have written about the Chase IHG Rewards Club MasterCard a few times and how it is one of my all-time favorite hotel credit cards. For having a low annual fee of $49 it offers a ton of value and benefits---not to mention the annual free night certificate that can be used at any category IHG hotel! The […]

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