We hope you’ve been taking advantage of our tips to max out on points earning for everything you’ve already purchased this holiday season. If you’re a last minute shopper, you’re in luck. We’ve got one new tip that will let you combine 2 different offers with your credit card earnings to triple dip all your points on Amazon shopping, while letting you access your Prime shipping to get things under the tree in time.
It’s been just over a month since Chase introduced its extremely popular Chase Sapphire Reserve card. It’s also been a big topic of conversation for travelers interested in points and miles. A happy conversation for many, yet also a frustrating conversation for some.
The merger between the Starwood and Marriott hotel groups has opened up some new opportunities for you to max out your credit card travel benefits. Now that the deal is officially signed and sealed, here’s what you need to know… and which credit cards will help with your merger travel strategy!
If you’re looking to build your balance of Membership Rewards points or build up some flexible cash back credits, you’ll want to check out these two new updated offers from our partners American Express and BarclayCard–each currently offering an increased signup bonus of 50,000 points!
It’s true. There are an increasing number of high-end cards out there with great travel benefits like the Platinum Card from our partner American Express, the Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN , the Citi Prestige Card, the Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard, and the United Mileage Plus Club Card.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a six-figure signup bonus on a travel credit card, but there’s no need to wait any longer.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card has officially arrived!
For months there have been rumors about a new “upgraded” version of the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card coming—and now we have confirmation that this new card is on its way! The Chase Sapphire Reserve card is set to go live sometime next week.
You may have heard of the benefits of getting extra points by “adding an authorized user” to your credit card account—but what does that mean, what do you need to know to do it wisely, and how does it actually help you maximize your points balances?
One of the many reasons we love the Ink Plus Business Card from Chase is its 5x category spending bonus on office supplies. Here’s how you can max out this category bonus by exploring the shelves in your local office supply store.
Paying annual fees can be an important part of keeping great credit cards that earn you big travel bonuses every year. Much of the time, the annual benefits far outweigh the fees you pay—but sometimes you may just be looking for a card you want to keep long-term, with no annual fees ever.