A targeted promotion from Chase – Earn 4,000 World of Hyatt Points when you spend $4,000 on your Chase Hyatt Credit Card.
How to Earn 4,000 World of Hyatt PointsIt seems
One of my favorite Saverocity personalities, Robert Dwyer, and I both enjoy listening to the Mighty Men of Mouse podcast (Disney stuff). On Episode 306 they had a brief discussio..
I experienced the nightmare scenario the other week – a lost gift card. Two, to be precise. I had loaded of these Simon gift cards with the standard amount. I
Anyone who writes in this space inevitably gets asked, “So, what credit card should I sign up for?” Experienced vets know that’s a very complicated question, dependent on your tr..
We’re just about halfway through March, which means that time is dwindling down to maximize your Q1 5x points for the various quarterly 5x cards from Chase, Discover and Citi.
Early this week, I started taking stock of my annual fee cards. Although all my annual fees hit at different times throughout the year, I found myself asking “How many
Reselling is cool, but reselling when you’re double and triple dipping is even more cool. Given my mile and point background, I rely heavily on mile and point earning credit
I know there are a lot of hyper organized people who play this game. I happen to not be one of them, much to my wife’s chagrin. I am organized
In the past few months, we have seen a bunch of developments. We’ve seen greater restrictions, great new sign on bonuses, but, yet still, a new churnable credit cards. Is
Some of you have metal credit cards, but have you ever thought about giving cardboard a try? Check this out:It seems sketchy to make your own credit card, given that
A friend of mine MilesWhip pointed out to me a rather significant development with the Chase Sapphire Reserve. He pointed out that Southwest Points are no longer valuable if you ..
The biggest thing in the miles and points world this week (and the week before, and the week before), is the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
Chase Sapphire Reserve, courtesy of ThePoint..
American Airlines has an extensive list of credit card partners. I was curious what AA cards are like elsewhere so I decided to see how things are in my wife’s home
We’ve completed the first part of the Family Travel Hacking Guide series: how to save money on booking flights with cash. For many, the savings might stop there, and that’s
You have by now–I hope–no doubt heard that Costco no longer accepts American Express. In fact it is now a Costco Visa world. While I shed some tears, as I
There’s a new credit card called the Charity Charge card. Its proposition is simple: 1% of all your charges will go to the charitable organization of your choice (assuming your p..
I wrote about Upromise in-store deals a little while ago, and since then Trevor wrote about Ebates in-store deals and Doc covered all of the above.I don’t have much to add
The Weekly News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily reflect
Conventional advice is to put business purchases onto a business credit card. I myself have done this for many years. However, we might want to explore the ‘why’ of that,
Its mid-June, and if you are like me, your Chase Freedoms have gathered dust. I didn’t bother to do much with them this month, what with the other options available like Grocery
As long time readers know, I’m a Marriott fan, despite calling it the red-headed step child of the miles and points game. That post was more talking about the personal
It’s fun to check out local credit union since every now and then you get a surprise. I thought I’d heard of all the 2% credit cards out there, but
Some of you may be aware that the Dept of Labor recently passed a revision to how retirement accounts must be managed, applying a Fiduciary rule to the management of these