Ever since reading Doctor Of Credit’s posts about Roomer with the review first then the interview, I can’t help but think about speculatively buying rooms and listing it on Roome..
Browsing the duty free magazine
I was excited about our entire trip back to Asia – but I was most excited about flying Cathay Pacific first class. I managed to snag
Earlier this week I wrote about a mediocre tablet that can be acquired fairly cheaply at Sears after points back.
The basic deal is a $79.99 tablet which gives back $39.99
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
In the past couple of weeks, there have been a couple of changes that completely alter the picture for getting award seats to The Land Down Under. Let’s check them
I had been thinking of starting a blog for months. I had gone back and forth trying to decide between my two hobbies/passions, travel and home decorating. At first, the
Gift Card Sales Are Hot Now
Plenty of people are selling gift cards to the gift card exchanges. Many of the folks who have received gift cards for the holidays are selling
It’s never good when the airports look like this
I was in Hong Kong over the weekend for a family emergency. I managed to book some last minute award tickets to
We’ll start with the bad news and I’m surprised to see no one post this, as I think it’s not customer friendly. Malaysia Airlines announced that effective January 2015
Our view in 3 days. Photo courtesy radisson.com.
Remember that bit about leaning into winter? Yea, not so much. I tried, I really did. But when fares from $29 to Florida
Fee Only Planners hold a treasured title within the wealth management space. To be a Fee Only one must only be compensated directly by the client, rather than in the
This super long window was pretty nice
Like in Taiwan, I booked a cash and points room at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui and confirmed a suite upgrade using my Diamond
So we covered GiftCard Zen on my sales numbers and it was a little over $16.5k and I got back approximately 85.5%.
Today, we’ll look at my numbers with Cardpool. My
Well the portal bonuses for Sears are creeping up… right now you can get 5x AA points per dollar spend through the AAdvantageeshopping portal.
But Sears deals are fickle… Over the
I logged into my American Express account today and saw a new offer on my Platinum card. The offer is for 2X Membership Rewards points on HomeDepot.com purchases through March
Obviously, one of the main draws of Hong Kong is the food. For me, it’s always a matter of balancing good food with nostalgic food from when I was a
I need to preface this by saying I have no positions or any near term positions of owning stock in Staples or Office Depot as of writing this post.
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
I’m not sure I should be allowed to continue to blog as I make up words far too much. The word ‘Travelist’ as far as I am aware has no
Image via SPG.com
The TripAdvisor Top 25 hotels list just came out (thanks, George) and it’s full of the usual suspects: Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental and a collection of indep..
Amazon Prime is $72 today to new subscribers of the service. Hat tip to mike971 over at FatWallet. TheDealMommy has also written about it. Amazon Prime is normally $99 per
Home…for a time
As you may have gathered, Hong Kong can be very crowded. But there is definitely peace and quiet to be had, if you’re willing to look. On this