If you are follow all of the Points Blogs, you know PointBreaks are a great deal where points stays at IHG hotels are slashed to 5,000 points a night. The
I am going to share with you ONE way to find and book the absolutely cheapest cruises. We will be looking at inside cabins, because they are the cheapest, but you can use the sam..
A quick update from the Saverocity Team.
We’ve launched two new sites this week:
I’ve recently mentioned that I’ve lost interest in chasing credit card signup bonuses. These days, when I periodically reevaluate my miles and points strategy, I decide which car..
Just wanted write a post and announce that the upcoming weeks that there will be a drastic slow down in posts compared to all of January and most of February
A few weeks ago, there was an excellent fare, that was clearly too good to be true, bookable via United’s website.
It took some time, but the US Department of Transportation fina..
Last spring Barclays took away the last application for the US Airways Mastercard that had the annual fee waived for the first year. Since then the signup bonus has gone
Until January 1, 2015, the key benefit of Delta Platinum Medallion status was free award changes and redeposits (up to 72 hours before departure). That was for two reasons: Delta..
Let me start off by saying the credit cards that I have are heavily weighed into the Star Alliance. I have several Chase cards earning Ultimate Rewards, one Citi card
This past weekend, my wife and I embarked on our most ambitious mileage run ever. We flew from Washington-Dulles (IAD) to Doha, Qatar (DOH) to Cairo, Egypt (CAI), and back, with
Wherein we discuss feet and feet of snow, the United Mistake fare, flying Southwest, and…Atlanta? Fung Wah 4life.
In this episode we discuss the..
So Joe and Trevor from Tagging Miles and I have combined forces to create a hot new podcast – the Saverocity Observation Deck. We had a great time – we’d
Just saw some news that will interest many of you: Target has launched RedPerks, a new rewards program app, in select markets. It’s not in DC yet, but you can
For a United States based and focused family travel blog, I feel that it is my duty to reinvent the wheel and write a post about the Southwest Companion Pass.
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
Family Travel for Real Life, or FT4RL, is coming back! I wasn’t able to make it to the first one but it went so well that Dia decided right away
Best. Junk. Mail. Ever.
This is an unexpected entry in the Souvenir Stories series.
February is a bucketful of suck. The last time it was this cold in DC was in 1934:
This is a continuation of the “vacation run” – a 50/50 mileage run / vacation my wife and I took to Cairo in January, 2015. Previous posts include: Etihad flight
I’ve written before about “odd” pricing of Hilton premium room awards. Based on my research, I concluded that irregular pricing occurred when a hotel has a high enough fixed valu..
I missed last week with a few posts of what I think are valuable articles to read.
So, there’ll be a few more in today’s review:
On Wall Street Journal, bloggers earning
Entering New Orleans
Disclosure: I have credit card links in this post for your reference. None of them are mine, none pay me a commission, and there are likely better offers
Via Doctor of Credit I learned about the latest and greatest offering from Discover: the new Discover It Miles card. It’s essentially a 1.5% card, except Discover is currently of..
We’ve introduced some of you to the Chase Freedom (Preferred) card here this week on Milenomics. Today I want to go a little deeper into what you can do with