My favorite use of hotel points is for low category, high value redemptions. You tend to get close to 1 cent per point or better value – even for Hilton points. Many are in Asi..
Is the power of FREE! causing you to pass up better options?
Written by Milenomics contributor @RobertDwyer
One of the best books I’ve read the past few years is Dan Ariely’s Pre..
I spend a lot of time listening to podcasts, and when I mention this, people often ask me for recommendations. In general, I don’t think I’m a great source of
This post is written by Milenomics contributor @RobertDwyer
Wells Fargo is offering a $500 signup bonus for the Wells Fargo Business Platinum Credit Card. To be eligible you need..
Quite a few changes have been reported to hotel loyalty programs in 2018, so here are a few brief thoughts in case you’re wondering what to make of them.70,000-point IHG
US Bank Altitude Reserve card is a “super premium” card released this year. The high-level benefits are known; for example, see this review by Frequent Miler. However, when it ..
We spent a lovely four days at the tail end of our recent trip through South Africa exploring Capetown and it’s environs. Though our stay began with a misstep, it
Ever since Qatar Airways QSuite was announced I’ve been trying to roll it into a trip so I could try out what is touted as the most luxurious business class
Please note the “may” in the title. I don’t know for sure whether it does or not, but I present a case for why it could, which I think is worth considering for yourself.
Sam here: New year, new things afoot at Milenomics. I’d like to introduce Robert who will be contributing here on the blog. Robert and I have had plenty of discussions
This post was written by Robert Dwyer, who you can follow on Twitter or find at his blog Wellesley Wine Press. He wrote up some thoughts on using bank points
IHG is having a significant devaluation. The Gate has a color-coded list of the changes. In this post I want to highlight 3 great values that will be lost with the changes. Bo..
*testing, testing* 1, 2, 3. Is this thing on?
Hello, Hello. Happy new year to all. I’m dusting things off a bit here and wanted to start the year with a
Well, we made it. It’s 2018, so here’s a roundup of thoughts, ideas, and observations that I haven’t got around to posting yet.US Bank Flexperks Travel Rewards changes are in
Shawn Coomer from Miles to Memories returns to ring in 2018 and talk about Hyatt changes, hotel updates in general, what he’s earning
Welcome to the last day of 2017. Picking up where Part 1 left off, here’s part 2 of this year’s travel highlights. What fun to reflect! Enjoy, and I hope you likewise had a fu..
One of the annoying things about Southwest is that if you book with a voucher and supplement it with another form of payment (credit card, another voucher, etc), if you cancel th..
I and another family member each applied for a Barclay card this week, both instantly approved. I thought I’d share our data points because they are at odds with conventional wi..
This time of year its nice to do a little navel gazing and take a look back at 2017.
A Look Back at 2017 TravelFor me, 2017 was a drastically different
One hazard of raising kids as a travel hacker is that you raise the bar of surprise. While we try to keep the Deal Kids grounded for Deal Girl’s birthday
Merry Christmas and happy holidays. With 2017 almost over, I am reflecting on my year of travel. It was another exciting year, although total distance flown is down (not a bad ..
Today’s post was written by friend and longtime reader of the blog Robert Dwyer, about his experience with the no-annual-fee Merrill Lynch MERRILL+ Visa Signature card, which man..
Just a couple quick notes today as we head into the holidays.Two more days of discounted Simon Malls Visa gift cardsThrough December 24, 2017, (some?) Simon Malls are selling their