6 Welcome Offers You Can Earn Spending Less than $350 per Month
Not everyone can spend $3,000 or more within a few months to earn a bonus on a new credit card. If you have a modest budget, it can be frustrating to see huge offers that require too much spending. So we’ve assembled our favorite cards with smaller-than-average spending requirements and solid long-term value.
Earn up to 5X Ultimate Rewards with Freedom Cards
The Chase Freedom cards are a great way to supercharge the points you earn without paying an annual fee. New cardmembers can earn a $200 cashback bonus, plus you’ll earn up to 5% cashback or 5X Ultimate Rewards points per dollar in select bonus categories.
How Much Do AwardWallet Members Actually Save When Redeeming Points?
How much is a mile really worth? It’s one of the key questions of the points and miles hobby, and we’ve always been skeptical of the conventional wisdom. So we decided to take a look at real trips booked with points by AwardWallet members. Our initial release is far from perfect, but we’re excited to share what we’ve learned so far. Here’s a look behind the scenes at how we’re calculating mile values—and what we have planned for the future.
The Ultimate Guide to United MileagePlus
United’s MileagePlus program is one of the most accessible and rewarding frequent-flyer programs. Although we’ve seen significant changes in recent years, MileagePlus has retained its core value for members. In this guide, we’ll cover how to earn United miles, the best ways to redeem them, and how to make the most of MileagePlus Premier elite status.
A Beginner’s Guide to Credit Card Application Rules
U.S banks play a huge role in the travel rewards ecosystem. Learning about credit card application rules won’t be the most exciting part of your points-and-miles education. But it’s hard to overstate the importance of building a healthy relationship with the banks. In this post, we explain how to build a sustainable, long term credit-card strategy—without falling out of the banks’ good graces.