What Are the Best Flexible Rewards Points for Travel?by Jess Farley
The key to successful rewards travel is flexibility. In today’s post, we break down the benefits of cash back, fixed-value, and transferrable points to help you find the right type of rewards for big travel savings.
New 3% Cash Back Offer on Chase Freedom Unlimitedby Jess Farley
If you like simplicity, there is a new offer launching today that can help you earn far more rewards with your everyday spending. The Chase Freedom Unlimited® card is as simple as it gets: No annual fee and a great return on every dollar you spend without having to worry about whether you’re using the right card for each purchase.
Last Chance for Increased Welcome Offers on Delta Co-Brand Cardsby Jess Farley
These offers have now expired.
The Best Credit Cards to Earn Delta SkyMilesby Jess Farley
Of the U.S. carriers, Delta may have the most options for earning miles through everyday spending. While the Delta co-brand credit cards have great benefits, the fastest way to earn SkyMiles could be by earning Amex Membership Rewards instead.
The Marriott Bonvoy Business Card Annual Fee Has Increasedby Jess Farley
The annual fee on the Marriott Bonvoy Business™ American Express® Card is set to rise from $95, waived for the first year, to $125 per year on March 28, 2019.
Don’t Get this 75K Offer Ending Mondayby Jess Farley
Monday March 18, 2019 marks the final day of Chase’s limited-time 75,000 mile offer on the United℠ Explorer Business Card, but we think most business owners will get far more long-term value with the Ink family of business cards. In today’s post, we break down how the rewards stack up.
Increased Limited-Time Offer on Delta SkyMiles Cardsby Jess Farley
American Express has launched a new limited-time offer on its lineup of Delta Skymiles personal credit cards. The higher-than-normal welcome bonuses are available through April 3, 2019.
New 100K+ Offers Launched on Marriott and IHG Cardsby Jess Farley
Chase has delivered a hotel-points bonanza with huge new welcome bonuses on it’s co-branded Marriott and IHG cards. Both of these cards are “long-term keepers” with benefits that far outweigh their modest annual fees.
Leveraging Hotels.com Rewards Instead of Hotel Loyalty Programs by Jess Farley
Hotel loyalty programs such as Hilton Honors and IHG Rewards Club are a fantastic way of leveraging hotel stays, and everyday spend for free nights, upgrades, free meals, and rockstar treatment. But hotel chains aren’t the only providers to offer bonus nights and elite status. Hotels.com offers a simple, easy reward structure that is especially useful when booking stays with independent and botique properties.