The common school of thought posits that you can’t use miles and points to offset your Disney World vacation. The advice lots of big blogs defer to generally revolves around cards like the Barclays Arrival+ or Capital One Venture where you get one cent per point. But as I’ve written elsewhere, you can save money […]
Whenever a new credit card hits the market, it generates a ton of buzz in the miles and points community, rightfully so. How much value can we get out of the new card? Is it worth getting? I have admittedly not been paying attention to the new Hilton cards from American Express. Noah from Money […]
One of my favorite çredit cards in my wallet is the Jetblue Plus card. It’s definitely not the sexiest card, but I’m at the point in my “career” where I choose my favorite cards based on my travel needs, not what everyone tells me. I’m not here to review the card – honestly I couldn’t […]
I’ve been wondering whether I overrate high annual fee credit cards travel credits. The general argument is that you can subtract the travel credit from your annual fee, but I’m starting to rethink that. Do they really offset and justify the high annual fees?
I came up with a brilliant idea the other day. Write about a credit card almost half a year after everyone stopped hyping it! People will love it! Joking aside, a friend of mine, who will remain unnamed to protect her innocence, apparently did not know the Chase Sapphire Reserve offered a Global Entry credit. […]