What Card To Use?: Veterans in this hobby have an arsenal of credit cards at their disposal. Couple this with the temporary perks they provide and keeping all of them straight can be confusing. Luckily this guide helps you decide which card to use where to maximize your point earning potential.
Check Out LifeMiles: Familiarizing yourself with loyalty programs can help you score some amazing award flights and stays. Sometimes the lesser known programs can be extremely useful in your case and even provide sweet spots. Here’s one to check out.
Bye Bye Emirates First Class: I have not had the pleasure to fly Emirates First Class and it seems as if it will be much tougher to do so with the latest negative news. It seems like booking Emirates First Class with partner miles will be coming to an end…
Best Points Hotels In The Caribbean: Are you dreaming of a Caribbean vacation as the weather begins to turn colder? Well you can stay at some pretty swanky places without breaking the bank. Here are some places where you can burn your points.
It Pays To Procrastinate: If you’ve been putting off signing up for Rakuten, then you’ll be rewarded for holding out. For a limited time, you can earn a $40 rebate or 4K Membership Rewards points for signing up through referral links.
Miles And Points On Sale: Buying points could be a good way to boost your balance if you need a certain amount of points for an award. It can also be a great way to reduce the overall cost of an award. Either way, make sure to crunch the numbers to see if buyings points and miles makes sense for you.
Amex Platinum Travel Insurance: Lots of people are drawn to the Amex Platinum for access to the Centurion Lounges, travel credits and 5X points on certain categories. However the Amex Platinum has a lot of other perks to offer as well. Check them out!
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