If you’re like me you couldn’t resist playing with Google Wallet. If you’re also like me, your Google Wallet account was shut down. Unfortunately there are no clearly defined li..
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
Last week, I wrote about how I thought Wall Street affected manufactured spending. It was a lot of fun to analyze a situation that’s not entirely tangent to what’s normally
You can probably guess when I last applied for some credit via my Credit Sesame graph…
I used to be pretty maniacal about checking my credit scores when I first got
Hotels.com, following the lead of sites like Orbitz and Luxury Link, has started a referral program. Tracked by email, Hotels.com offers $40 off your 1st purchase of $300 or more.
The last two weeks there have covered some interesting aspects and I’d like to highlight 5 posts that I think are a must read if that’s all the time you had
A couple of weeks a go I wondered how Chase may be ridding the Fairmont card because it is no longer displayed as an option on the Chase website. Doctor of Credit
A mildly interesting article comes to us courtesy of the DepositAccounts.com blog. A bank I’m not familiar with, Legacy Bank, changed the terms on its rewards checking account:
I’ve been told I sometimes fall into fits of hyperbole, so I’ll be cautious when I say this:
By far, the absolute biggest news of 2014 has been the birth of
I hate spending money on razors. The blades are so darn expensive. $5 per cartridge for Gilette Fusion ($20 for 4) Really? Even if you buy 8 on Amazon its $32.54,
Halfway around the world for 70,000 miles in business class (gcmap.com)
When friends ask me about awards they want to book – the resourceful ones often want to learn how to
The Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream. Walt Disney World, Jan 2015
Vacation Mom took leave of her senses. That’s the only excuse I have for ordering the Kitchen Sink, a
Reselling is quite a growing area for points and miles aficionados. It’s something that I have flirted with once or twice as an amature, but never really stuck for me. Based on m..
In December, I signed up for the Comenity Bank issued Virgin America Visa card. Like many people, I have been scratching my head as to why Virgin America partnered with
This is part of our Thanksgiving Round the World trip, you can find my initial thoughts / intro here, Flying All Nippon Airways Square Class, Flying All Nippon Airways Business
While PHX was a success, I feel that we delivered a Beginners format of presentations to an overall more experienced group, and that is why it perhaps fell a little short of my e..
In December, I followed Kenny’s advice and product changed my Citi American Airlines Platinum Visa card. I spoke to a very friendly customer service rep who assisted me in the
Thanks to everyone for participating in the Cathay Pacific pajamas giveaway! I’ve already contacted the winners and they’ve made their choices.
First prize went to commenter nuko..
And then there was, one? The Wall Street Journal, USA today, and others are reporting that Staples is close to buying Office Depot.
Staples Inc. and Office Depot Inc. are in
Over the weekend, I was perusing the gift cards offered on eBay. I came across this offer. It is a $5,000 certificate for food and beverages at the Hyatt Regency Pier
I was excited when I found out that Hyatt was breaking into the all-inclusive market. I tend to like Hyatt hotels (especially when we have Diamond status), and using points
United has released a mobile app on itunes and Android entitiled Mileage Plus X (link) which promises:
Ok, well I do like miles, so thought it might be worth checking out. .
Folks, you know I’m a huge fan of the MOARC (Mother of All Rewards Coupons). 25% back in rewards on Staples tech items is pretty damn good. And I’m just