I was driving the other day and when I’m on my “A” game, this is where I have some of my best thinking done. However, I’d rather not be driving an
I recently came across this thread on FlyerTalk and thought it was apropos because I was working on the math on some of the 2% cash back cards. As of
There is a post on Doctor of Credit, we learned about new versions of the Serve card. Some of the new versions include a blue, green, and silver version. @MissDSchnei who
Today’s post is in alphabetical order @chucksth, @esthery, @made_by_hugo, and @mileswhip all asked me simultaneously about Gyft’s verification process. I’ve written about Gyft a..
By now, you’ve probably seen a dozen or so Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) AMEX 30k Sign-up Bonus posts. In fact, from a casual google image search–well take a look for
Well, hello stranger(s). I know it’s been a while, and I also know my posting schedule has officially gone from somewhat-understandably to annoyingly to unacceptably late. Workin..
As promised, my next update on the $20kChallenge is my last one. Completing the challenge was not very sexy because I can put all of the vendors on two hands for
I wasn’t really a fan of AMEX’s Everyday offerings when they first came out. I just wasn’t super impressed with the earning structure and felt that there were way better
I don’t normally post these “deals” anymore but I wanted to reflect on something related. However I also wanted to avoid a clickbait-y title so I didn’t know what else to
Free-Quent Flyer made a great post about Amazon Allowance with excellent uses and I wanted to take it a step further. He is suggesting using Amazon Allowance to hit the minimum
Taking a page from Free-quent Flyer with his “Do This Now” series, if you don’t have a US Bank Checking account you should open one now. I mentioned in the past
Trevor recently asked “Do you stockpile store gift cards?” and Matt has a good counterpoint on stocking gift cards. After writing my post in March where I discussed the floating ..
Let’s jump right into the spending, I’m a little over 35 days into the challenge and Noah has done a pretty good job of updating everyone on his spend. My
My friend Trevor doesn’t think there’s any hidden value behind Plenti, but I like to this promotion helps its case. Not everyone agrees that Plenti has any value to the program.
Some people have already written off Plenti, the new American Express loyalty program that has Macy’s, Exxon, and Rite Aid as part of the program partners. That being said, at
I recently came across The Deal Mommy’s post on signing up for a “Convertible Credit Card” and it was an exchange between her and Trevor from Tagging Miles, on how difficult
I was targeted for a Citibank Gold AA card, where you spend $1,500 and you receive 40,000 American Airline AAdvantage miles. Then spend $5,000 an additional 10,000 miles will be
I wrote in my first update to the 20kChallenge that eBay saved me a piece of the second $10,000 that I need to spend. I purchased almost $5,000 worth of
I wrote about the Upromise bonus being increased temporarily in early May. The good Doctor of Credit noticed something I didn’t realize when we went to press:
Our challenge of who can efficiently spend $20,000 to hit the 150,000 Membership Rewards from the American Express Business Platinum card is ongoing. Last week, I gave a short up..
So, last week, we, Money Metagame and Miles Per Day along with Oren’s Money Saver as well as a couple of Twitter readers announced we were going to “race” to spend $20,000 to max
I’ve shared this method privately to a few people on spending $10,000 quickly for the AMEX Business Platinum card where you buy $10,000 worth for a cost about $25. The
Yesterday’s WSJ article, “Credit Card Firms Reap Rewards of Consumer Brand Loyalty,” had some interesting nuggets in it–some of which I’d heard, some of which I hadn’t: