How To Book Lufthansa First Class Using Miles, Plus Current Routes
Booking yourself into a swanky Lufthansa first-class seat using points and miles is an aspiration for many in the points and miles hobby. Part of that may come from the fact that it's not the easiest award ticket to get. Here's how to book Lufthansa first class using miles, plus which routes are currently operating first class products.
Bilt Mastercard Review: Earn Points on Dining & Travel, Pay Rent Without Transaction Fees
The Bilt Mastercard® lets cardholders earns points for rent payments without incurring transaction fees. Plus the card earns 3x points on dining, 2x on travel, and 1x on other purchases (including rent). Read our full review of the Bilt Mastercard and its additional benefits that make it a no-annual fee card with premium benefits.
Earn Elite Status in Multiple Programs With 1 Credit Card
Earning status in an airline or hotel program can be challenging, often requiring many flights or hotel nights. However, you can also achieve status by holding the right credit card. Learn which credit cards provide status in not just one but multiple programs.
Turkish Airlines Miles and Smiles Award Chart Sweet Spots
Turkish Airlines' Miles and Smiles program is often overlooked, yet the program offers some of the best mileage redemptions of any carrier. Learn how to fly domestically for 7,500 miles in economy and 12,500 in first class, plus save tens of thousands of miles on Star Alliance business-class flights to Europe, Asia, and Africa with these sweet spots.
Can You Book Low Cost Carriers With Amex, Capital One, Chase, or Citi Points?
Although points and miles are typically used on larger carriers, they can be redeemed for tickets on low-cost carriers as well, including international airlines. Find out how to use your Amex, Capital One, Chase, and Citi points on low-cost carriers in this article.
How To Use the Amex Platinum Card’s $200 Hotel Credit
One of the key benefits to help offset the annual fee of The Platinum Card® from American Express is the $200 in annual credits for hotel bookings. However, only certain hotel bookings will qualify. Here's how to use this perk each year, the benefits you can expect to receive when you actually visit the hotel, and when to use or not use your credit.
How To Track Credit Cards and Rewards
In order to have a successful points and miles earning strategy, keeping track of your rewards and cards is essential and keeps you organized. Learn about how to track credit cards and rewards with apps, spreadsheets, and simple yet effective strategies.
First Look: Capital One Lounge Washington Dulles Airport Review
Capital One just opened its newest lounge at Washington Dulles International Airport. Take a look at the food, drinks, and amenities that the lounge has to offer, and see how it stacks up compared to Capital One's Dallas lounge and other lounges at Dulles International Airport.
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Credit Card Review: No Annual Fee and Powerful Earning
The Chase Freedom Unlimited® earns 5% on travel purchased through Chase, 3% on dining at restaurants and drugstores, and 1.5% on all other purchases on all purchases, charges no annual fee, and is one of our key recommendations for folks building out a portfolio of Ultimate Rewards earning cards. This card is a great complement to others but also stands well on its own.
Accumulate Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Quickly by Building a Credit Card Combo
Looking to earn Chase Ultimate Rewards points quickly in order to maximize your premium airline and hotel redemptions? We've put together multiple card setups ranging from two to five cards in order to help you earn the most points from each dollar you spend.
The 3 Credit Cards That Earn a Place in My Everyday Wallet
With many premium credit cards on the market, it can be tough to determine which ones earn the most points for your everyday spending habits. For young career professionals, find out which three credit cards we suggest for your everyday wallet to help you accumulate points and miles quickly for flight and hotel award redemptions.
Charge Card vs Credit Card – What’s the Difference?
Charge cards and credit cards are commonly mistaken as the same product. They have similar application processes, both will usually perform a hard pull on your credit score, and stylistically they have similar card designs. However, there are key differences between charge cards and credit cards that you should know about.