This post was written by Robert Dwyer, who you can follow on Twitter or find at his blog Wellesley Wine Press. He wrote up some thoughts on using bank points
Last year, the Citi ATT Access More card flew into our lives and everyone got super excited. Unfortunately, it flew out of our lives just as quickly and you can
Welcome to the new week! Here is your Monday Roundup – those great posts that you might have missed with the craziness of the weekend.
Citi has announced additional changes to
It’s great travel hacking together with friends, especially when it comes to workshopping ideas. For ideas on how to save money on Disney, I always find myself working with Robert
Kenny from Miles4More once said, and I’m paraphrasing with a h/t to The Wire here, “With Citi, logic ain’t got nothin’ do to with it.” OK he didn’t phrase it
If you’re like me, it’s possible you have multiple Thank You point earning credit cards. A couple of years ago, when I first got into Thank You points, I thought
In 2014 Kenny inspired me to change all my cards with Citi and since then I do this with all my Citi cards that do not fit my needs/annual fees that do
The First Card
In 2013, I opened my second credit card with Citi when they offered a Visa AAdvantage card with a 50,000 AAdvantage offer and 2 Admirals Club passes. Nowadays, you
This year we had a number of great quarterly bonuses for credit card spend.
Discover Quarterly Department Store, Amazon, or Clothing stores, and Apply Pay
For starters, we had th..
Thought I’d share a short post on some interesting observations from a recent call to Citi.
Calling for my wife’s account, we were asked whether Citi could record her voice, to
As a recap, here are my cards that have a rotating quarterly bonus:
4 Chase Freedom
1 US Bank Cash+
1 Citi Dividend
2 Discover It
For Q4, both the Freedom and Discover overlap on
The team on Doctor Of Credit does a great job at keeping the bank bonuses up to date. I recently took up the offer for 50,000 American Airline miles offer as
I had originally planned to attend FT4RL3, but unfortunately I’m not going to make it due to real life circumstances. Instead, our family is going to embark on a new
Within one week, there was a little bit of coverage on the Citi Thank You Business credit card. First from Rapid Travel Chai and then Devil’s Advocate on Frequent Miler. I’ve
I wrote the other day, that I have 37 active credit cards and I think I am at the max that my salary can support for all the credit that has been
I recently came across this thread on FlyerTalk and thought it was apropos because I was working on the math on some of the 2% cash back cards. As of
Now that I’ve wrapped up my semester, I have the opportunity to discuss Matt’s lovely post “Going from a Ten Dollar Gig to a Thousand Dollar Gig.
If we look at
Recently, I listened to this NPR podcast from Planet Money about Xerox instituting a test for any applicants for their call center created by Evolv. Basically, the test revolves ..
I recently came across The Deal Mommy’s post on signing up for a “Convertible Credit Card” and it was an exchange between her and Trevor from Tagging Miles, on how difficult
I was targeted for a Citibank Gold AA card, where you spend $1,500 and you receive 40,000 American Airline AAdvantage miles. Then spend $5,000 an additional 10,000 miles will be
I wrote about the Upromise bonus being increased temporarily in early May. The good Doctor of Credit noticed something I didn’t realize when we went to press:
TD Bank offers a Visa credit card call First Class and you would earn 3x on the points if you spend it in dining or travel categories. Along with that,
The First Store
I’m officially calling a deal dead and it’s cost me nearly 20% for the gift card churn. I was fully expecting a handsome portal pay out and it