Reader Gene Asked for a detailed post on the process of redeeming Worldpoints earned on the Fidelity Investor Rewards Amex, which just so happens to be The Best Cash Back Card on
Last month, news broke that Vanilla Reloads are being discontinued, sort of. Vanilla Reload will still be around, but you won’t be able to get the ones with the scratch-off
Strange things are afoot in Chase’s credit card department. Consider:
Freequent Flyer recently reported that Chase no longer has a working link to its Southwest Airlines Rapid R..
I came across Miles Remaining’s post on Hotel Award Charts and thought this was a nice chart to bookmark.
Then I saw the chart for Fairmont and every time I see something
A mysterious figure who wishes to be known only as “R” sent me a link to a credit card I hadn’t seen before. It’s issued by First Hawaiian Bank and
There’s an innovative new credit card about to hit the market! It’s not a particularly good card, but I’m glad folks are trying. The new card is called the Sustain: Green
Doctor of Credit recently put up a really good post wherein he asked a bunch of bloggers (including yours truly) to name the most undervalued credit card. There was a
The Citi ThankYou Points program has long been a lagging competitor to Chase and AMEX transferrable points programs. However, Citi has added transfer partners and enough benefits..
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..
Last week marked 6 months since our first blog post here at Miles4More! We’ve had a lot of fun with it, and even managed to put together some good stuff.
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
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
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..
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..
I want to begin and let you know that this post is not in regards to any manufactured spending as you already know which card you need to use. This
As some of you may know I applied for a 40,000 mile offer straight from US Airways and found out I was able to get the 50,000 mile match along with
On the heels of Lazy Travelers and Doctor Of Credit posting about the 140,000 point sign up bonus without the annual fee waiver, Chase and Ritz Carlton rolled out a really, really
I received an e-mail today from Chase / British Airways essentially offering a 2x bonus (I think its really 2.25x because you get 1.25x on all spend) I’m not sure
Just want to put this out there, thanks to my buddy @ PF Digest for always looking out for the obscure banks and credit cards and inspiring me to do
Many of you may have received an e-mail from American Express about your Bluebird accounts this afternoon. If you have not yet, it is probably coming. Brace yourselves: it’s not
Last week, I wrote about the particular problem I have with Star Alliance. After having Aegean Airlines Gold Status for the past two years, I’m disappointed to find out that
In researching for my next post, I stumbled upon a gold mine. I am not sure how we, a group of highly trained expert manufactured spenders, missed this. We could