If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you may have noticed photos of me on a private jet. I haven’t cashed in a trust fund- but I have cashed
The Weekly Travel News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily
In a few days we embark on Camp Mom South America. It’s a loooong travel day: a five plus a six hour flight to be exact. I scored tickets for $370
Recent events have shown that American Express hates the laughter of children even more than the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. But you know who doesn’t hate children? Amtrak, that’..
One deal that I’ve never done but would like to do someday is the one-way Florida car rental. Every spring, the big car rental companies need to move some inventory
In case you haven’t noticed, there have been a lot of good airfare sales lately. I live in Charlotte, so I pay particular attention to what’s going on in my
I love a good travel survey and this week Traveling Mom partnered with Vacatia to find out how 700+ families do Spring Break. The answers are definitely illuminating. They also
Joe just put up a good post about the compromises involved with family travel. He writes:
Compromise 6: More domestic, less internationalOur final compromise cuts me the deepest..
After reading all 58 posts on the new batch of Pointbreaks, you probably feel like you know all you need to about IHG. You probably have similar sentiments regarding Hilton,
No man (or woman) is an island; we must embrace the community to fully realize our potential.
So what am I getting at with the idea that No Man (or woman)
It’s New Year’s: the traditional time to ditch bad habits and improve yourself. I’m sure you’ve seen all the FitBit and organization store ads. I’ve even told you about the
The Weekly News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily reflect
IHG just performed its regular ritual of getting our hopes up and then letting us down with its list of Pointbreaks hotels. There are three kinds of Pointsbreak hotels:
HUGE opportunity here, folks. But given the recent news about Citi I think it’s best to speak about this in code so that we won’t kill the deal. Here you go:
Over on AskReddit, there’s a thread entitled “What was a loophole that you found and exploited the hell out of?” which contained this gem about Spirit Airlines:
I coach a high
Once upon a time, you could open up multiple Alaska Airlines cards at once and pocket the 25,000-mile bonus on each. You no longer can. Why is that?
Circumstantial evidence points
Greetings to all! I haven’t blogged much in the last month as the family and I have been in Nicaragua for the past few weeks courtesy of several credit card issuers.
I know Drury Hotels doesn’t have the cachet of, say, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, but there’s a free upgrade here so it could be a good deal for somebody out
Yes, yes, I know the answer is “both”. But bear with me for a moment.
Shawn at Miles to Memories has a nice rundown of the new $300 gift cards at
No, this isn’t going to be a post about tall people signing up for a couple of credit cards and getting a companion pass. Instead, I want to direct your
This is a follow-up to a post from a few weeks ago breaking out hotel redemptions by category. That post looked at the number of redemptions by category for domestic
I’m currently reading “How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big” by Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams. In the chapter on happiness, he identifies schedule flexibility as a..
Bloggers have spilled large quantities of digital ink arguing over which hotel loyalty program is better, whose points are worth what, and so forth. As with many aspects of the