This little nugget from last month has apparently gone unnoticed by the points & miles blogosphere:
Alliance Data Systems Corporation, a leading global provider of data-driven ma..
As teased in yesterday’s housekeeping post, I’m headed to New Orleans for a week! Here’s the scoop:Getting there: a family bedroom on Amtrak’s City of New OrleansAmtrak operates ..
Bank of Hawaii offers a debit card whereby you will earn 1 Hawaiian Airline miles per $2 spent. Originally, you could only earn points via “credit” but come April 1,
One of my favorite shots of Italy’s Adriatic Coast, August 2014
This post is part of the Hotel Sites on Parade Series. With all the new sites out there, I thought
Another one from TopCashBack: if you’ve never bought through the TopCashBack portal, $26 is yours for the taking today only! Here’s how:
Sign up for TopCashBack (or go there if ..
A few quick notes on the site, feel free to skip if this stuff bores you.WELCOME SAVEROCITY READERS!Matt, the benevolent dictator/head honcho over at Saverocity, recently reconfi..
On every forum that has any credit card points discussion, there’s plenty of talk on how to maximize your Chase Freedom for the second quarter. Everyone is questioning what categ..
Last week I wrote about the three transatlantic British Airways partners that, due to the distances involved and the fact that taxes and fees are low on these routes, make
Last time I wrote about checking your Bank of America card, it was for 10% off at Lowe’s up to an $800 purchase. Today, there’s a Sears offer:
Sadly, it’s only 10%
Over the past year or so, Citi has made a few moves to revamp its credit card portfolio, so now’s as good a time as any to step back and
Any Mac fans out there?
Ok, well any resale fans out there?
Here is a nice price match opportunity if you have the time (and live close enough to a Microcenter)
Update: Literally 5 minutes after I posted this, I got an e-mail from AAdvantage saying programs would start combine on March 28 (though no real details).
Most are savvy enough to
The private ride-coordinating app Uber exists for a single reason. It’s not the ubiquity of smartphones and it’s not the rise of the freelance economy. It’s the fact that taking
I learned in high school that in a true false question scenario where the question has “always” it usually is false. As an example, “True or False: Chasing The Points
Unlike Office Depot, Best Buy Flash sales actually offer useful items sometimes.
Right now (until 4:00 CT) they have a flash sale on Google Nexus 9s.
Sorry for the short notice for
If you haven’t heard yet, George has informed us that he’s more or less shutting down TravelBloggerBuzz. Which is kind of a bummer, as there was always something interesting to
Not how I intended to spend my Sunday.
Camp Mom Asia is just 90 days away and we are all getting excited. However, yesterday I got an email that threw our
Whether you manufacture spending or collect points as they come through routine spend, one thing most of us can probably agree on is that the Chase Freedom rotating 5x categories
A couple of weeks ago, I posted that I made a mistake and applied for the wrong credit card. Seems like I’m on a roll with stupid mistakes.
On Friday, I mentioned
There are many good reasons to visit Italy, but if you’re not doing it with a Top 10 list, you might as well not be doing it at all. I
Wherein we discuss our thoughts on the impending American and US Airways merger, make predictions on how it will affect consumers, have spirited debates abou..
I have written about this awesome ski pass ever since it came out. Last year I purchased the pass myself, and before that I had written about it the past two
I’ve said on many occasions that I’m not a fan of Manufactured Spend (MS). It is a means to an end. Certainly, there is some fun in cracking a system