One of my very favorite things about this hobby (and by hobby, I mean traveling using miles & points) is that we can often travel at the most expensive times
The MTR was this crowded at 10 AM!
Like any metropolitan city, Hong Kong has a very extensive public transportation system. The thing I find unique about Hong Kong is that
I just saw on Brad’s Deals a jaw-dropping price on a Kitchen Aid stand mixer. This could be ripe for a resale opp or just to get a kitchen staple
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
Folks, the support on my jet.com referral link has been great but the ranking is just not climbing quickly enough, so in addition the advice column earlier, I’m going to
Ladies and gents, this is a bit harder than I thought. I never realized how hard it is to get out posts every single day with fresh original content that
This week marks the big one year anniversary that I have joined Saverocity and there’s been a large influx of both new and old readers and I want to make
There are some nice touches in TPE airport
Never take a 23 month year old as a lap infant. That’s what we learned on our flight from Taipei to Hong Kong,
I just received an e-mail from Hyatt that they’ll be giving Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond and Platinum members free premium wifi starting in February. You can reach the press rele..
Mmmm..Poutine! Montreal, August 2012
Sand in your toes, Ocean Breezes Babes in Bikinis…nope, none of those. If you’re looking for a hot Spring Break destination, I’m advising you..
Wow. Thanks to a huge push from you my loyal readers (and even my disloyal ones who voted for Frequent Miler and Grant in the Travel Summary Awards – no
I procrastinated so much on my recent award booking. My heart said JFK-LAX on a fancy plane, my head said take the crappy plane and waste less time. I found myself going
Last year I reinstated Credit Card affiliate links in order to help support charity. It’s a simple way to turn affiliate revenue, which can cause conflicts of interest, into a
As I’ve previously mentioned, you need to follow your favorite blogger. As bloggers in the credit card arena, at some point, our content will intersect. It is inevitable, but there
I first saw this shared by @airlineflyer, but didn’t get the chance to share it until half or more of the blogosphere shared it. Usually I’d refrain, but I had
In case you weren’t aware, BigHabitat was nominated for two awards in the Third Annual Travel Summary Awards!
You can check out the results here on Travel Summary.
I was pleasant..
I know, I’m a boring bastard – but you just bookmark this stuff now for when you grow up and have kids m’kay…. I spoke yesterday about how I had
This is part of our Thanksgiving Round the World trip, you can find my initial thoughts / intro here, Flying All Nippon Airways Square Class, Flying All Nippon Airways Business
I just want to throw this out there that I really, really miss the OPEN savings from OfficeMax.com. That deal silently died and I don’t think many people realize how awesome
Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for the overwhelming response to the Upromise promo yesterday. Don’t worry, if you asked for a referral you will get one from me or someone
The latest BusinessWeek has a pretty interesting story on a man by the name of Marc Lore, who’s gearing up to take on Amazon. He sold his first venture, Diapers.com, to Amazon
Saw this in my email today and thought it was interesting to see our trusty 2% Fidelity American Express has 5% back in certain categories for purchases up to $500.
Other posts in this series:
Comenity credit cards
Synchrony credit cards part 1
Why write about retail credit cards?
It’s time to take a break from my journalistic watchdog act..