Whenever I make purchases on retailers I am not familiar with, I use two cards. They are any of my Chase cards, typically the Freedom, and Citi Forward card. I
A friend of mine recently received a $1000 bonus at work and jokingly remarked, “I’m going to go spend this all on clothes now.” I laughed since there was a
I haven’t written much about American Express for Target cards since they’ve been thoroughly treated elsewhere in the blogosphere. I do, however, love them.In general, each card ..
My mom has been a Citibank customer since 2004 and for whatever reason in 2013 without requesting, Citi product changed her Diamond Preferred to a Thank You Preferred. Citi is
Fun at All Star Movies, Disney World, Jan 2015
After one stay at Disney World’s Saratoga Springs, I firmly advised folks to skip expensive Disney World hotels in favor of off-s..
Last week I covered the MileagePlus X bonus points program from United. In United’s FAQ on the program and in their service rep answers it claims that using MPX would
This trip was at least 18 months in the making. It also went through varying destinations. We started out with the desire to do an around the world trip, then it
I try to be as transparent as possible about my own mile and point redemptions because I’m absolutely atypical compared to most travel hackers: I don’t have a family so
There’s a lot of comments regarding online about improperly tracked purchases after clicking through the portal. Today, I want to explain how I do it with a high level of
This episode of the Saverocity Observation Deck brought to you by Taylor Swift
So Joe and Trevor from Tagging Miles and I have combined forces to create a hot new podcast
Happy to see this back: $25 Parking Panda for $12.. Then use “LOVE20″ at checkout to take it down to $9.60. Unfortunately, if you’ve bought this in the past you
Mystic, Connecticut is a great place to spend a fun family weekend or even just a day. There are lots of things to do, both with and without children in
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Consider for a moment, that you need to get to Cairo from Washington, DC. Here are your options:
Your shortest path option is Washington to New York to
If you’ve been anywhere near any miles and points related blog in the past couple of days, you’ve seen the news of the bomb that Delta dropped on all of
Let me be clear from the onset: I am not a Delta guy. In fact, I’ve flown like 5 Delta segments in my life, 4 of the 5 were on
If you’re like me you couldn’t resist playing with Google Wallet. If you’re also like me, your Google Wallet account was shut down. Unfortunately there are no clearly defined li..
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
Last week, I wrote about how I thought Wall Street affected manufactured spending. It was a lot of fun to analyze a situation that’s not entirely tangent to what’s normally
You can probably guess when I last applied for some credit via my Credit Sesame graph…
I used to be pretty maniacal about checking my credit scores when I first got
Hotels.com, following the lead of sites like Orbitz and Luxury Link, has started a referral program. Tracked by email, Hotels.com offers $40 off your 1st purchase of $300 or more.
The last two weeks there have covered some interesting aspects and I’d like to highlight 5 posts that I think are a must read if that’s all the time you had
A couple of weeks a go I wondered how Chase may be ridding the Fairmont card because it is no longer displayed as an option on the Chase website. Doctor of Credit
A mildly interesting article comes to us courtesy of the DepositAccounts.com blog. A bank I’m not familiar with, Legacy Bank, changed the terms on its rewards checking account: