One of the best pieces of advice about finding award space that I could offer is – find the most difficult leg of the itinerary, and work from there. There are
I seem to be catching myself making a series of stupid decisions recently, so I thought it might make a good series for the blog: Stupid Stuff I did this
The other day, I wrote about how I leave two cents on my prepaid cards and talked about using a point of sale system to automatically drain the card out.
Just about a year ago, Citi gave us a perfect storm of offers with the American Airlines Executive card: a 75K miles bonus that then ballooned to 100K, statement credits
Travel too much to have time to write about your travels
Forget how to use certain features of WordPress, even though you’ve been playing around with it for almost a year
I’m starting to prep for my silly month of spending no money, and was going to ‘update my budget’.. however, full disclosure here, I don’t have one and I think
My last two posts have been about retail credit cards, with many of the cards detailed therein being somewhat obscure and in some cases of little or no use to
I’ll be the first to admit – I’m a big fan of hotel elite status. I’ve even had twitter conversations about hotel elite status, but as 2014 is coming to
I’m currently on a roll of plans not going as I wanted them to go. You can read about it: for the first one, my price match purchase and the
The retail card extravaganza continues! In my last post, I talked about credit cards issued by Comenity, one of the two major retailer credit card issuers. The other one is
Executive Suite at the Sheraton Hanoi. At least it’s only 8000 starpoints a night.
Credibility is the most important asset a blogger can have. With that in mind, I need to
Bank Of America’s BankAmeriDeals is like American Express’ Sync Offers where you need to register for an offer before you use your credit card. I’m not sure when this was
It’s a commonly known hack among the initiated. Even Trevor wrote about how the “hidden city” trick can be good for the pocketbook. But is hidden city ticketing a bad practice t..
Saw an interesting deal from Amazon on the: Amazon Fire Phone, 32GB (Unlocked GSM). It’s down to $189 from $449 today only. What I find especially appealing is that it
Last week, I wrote about retailer’s operations in both coupons and how their point of sales operate.
Today, I wanted to quickly discuss point transfers. There’s many programs tha..
Last night I picked up two copies of the Ritz Carlton with 140K bonus, for $395 a pop, and I was pretty excited about it too.
Today Josh over at the Forum
Photo: W Chicago – Lakeshore, Illinois, USA/Courtesy: Starwood Hotels/DMCA Fair Use
You may have already received the e-mail this morning – but for those who haven’t, it’s time t..
Ok, I’m starting this one with a caveat: there are a LOT of strings attached. However, if you’re flexible and willing to take the risk of not getting your first
This is part of our Thanksgiving Round the World trip, you can find my initial thoughts / intro here, Flying All Nippon Airways Square Class, The Grand Hyatt Tokyo review, The
Last week, I wrote about my plan for a price match and how it didn’t quite go the way I wanted it to. Today, I want to let you know about
Last week, I posted a giveaway and to just leave a comment on what you’d like to win. I have the winners!
I will be reaching out to Shawn since he won
Comenity Bank doesn’t get much press in the points-n-miles world since most of its cards are cobranded offerings with small retailers. I thought it would be interesting to take a..
Making a British Airways Household Account makes sense for almost everyone
Creating a British Airways household account is a simple, relatively painless process that I personally..