We’re back with a bit of a stretch for our ‘short cut’ topic. Robert and I sat down to have a quick chat about…
Plastiq occupies a strange space in the world of travel hacking, since almost everyone seems to have strong feelings about it, but for a wide range of different reasons. When
Become a Patron!I’ve written many times about my fondness for low-interest, and especially low-fee, balance transfer and cash advance credit cards, which allow consumers to borro..
In the range of hobbies between croquet and wingsuiting, most people recognize that travel hacking is on the more dangerous end of the spectrum. Not because you’re likely to be
I wrote last month about a little experiment I was running with my American Express Delta Platinum Business companion ticket. By booking a ticket before May 31, 2020, for travel
On the occasion of a new Safeway offer for $10 off $100 in Visa gift cards, I thought I would share my preferred technique for adding these offers to all
Recently, IHG’s dynamic award pricing went live. Up to then, “dynamic pricing” has registered in my brain as synonymous with evil devaluation. In this case though, it introduce..
I’ve been doing most of my grocery store manufactured spend lately at Safeway, since they’ve had great offers recently for better-than-free Visa and MasterCard prepaid debit card..
I haven’t had a Chase Sapphire card in a long time, having downgraded my Preferred years ago to a second Freedom card and replacing it with an Ink Plus card
Just a quick post to share that Office Depot is 5x on the Delta Sky Miles Portal! Take a look, via the Daily Tagging Miles Portal AlertsWhich will link you to
Update: Here’s link to the Instagram Live video Last week Emirates greatly reduced taxes + fees on awards on their metal using their Skywards…
Late last week Chase announced enhancements to their Sapphire credit cards including a new featured called Pay Yourself Back. Pay Yourself Back is a…
It has been interesting, to say the least, to see how the travel industry has responded to the present crisis so far.Air travel, for example, never fully shut down as
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Most people aren’t in a position to plan travel these days, but like me, you might be in a position where you need to book travel. In my case, that
Become a Patron!It became fashionable in the 20th century to distinguish between two kinds of sudden changes, or “shocks” that could impact an economy, for better or worse: deman..
Become a Patron!Last week I wrote about my successful Economic Injury Disaster Loan experience, and mentioned in passing “the programs are very different, and while not technica..
Become a Patron!This is a post I’ve been looking forward to writing for 7 weeks, and had started to give up hope I’d ever be able to publish: today I
Become a Patron!I’ve been looking forward to this post for over a month, so I’m glad to finally be able to write up the complete story of my Economic Injury
Today I get to share some exciting news about a project that’s been in the works for a few weeks: the Manifesto podcast, hosted by yours truly on the Milenomics
A quick programming note here–we’ve expanded our offerings for our Milenomics Podcast Network Patrons to include a third show. Today we’re extremely proud to…
This was originally going to be a quick hit on my experience cancelling an Alaska Airlines reservation for a trip I had been planning to take this summer, but then
By now you may have heard that starting May 1, 2020, Chase and American Express have enhanced the rate that several of their cards earn miles and points at grocery