Pros and Cons of Capital One’s Airline Transfer Partnersby Jess Farley
Earlier this month, Capital One announced a new flexible rewards program set to launch in early December 2018. The new mileage transfer program will feature 12 airline partners, with points transferring at a rate of 1,000 Capital One points to 750 airline miles, or a ratio of 2:1.5.
Transfer Marriott Bonvoy Points to 40+ Airline Partners and Get up to 25% Bonus Milesby Jess Farley
It was music to the ears of points and miles fans when Marriott announced the airline transfer bonus was here to stay for the combined Starwood, Marriott, and Ritz-Carlton loyalty programs. Do you know why?
Best Rewards Credit Cards Featuring 0% APR on Purchasesby Jess Farley
While many cards offer an introductory 0% APR period on both purchases and balance transfers, we’ve focused this post on cards featuring a 0% intro APR on purchases. Allowing you to take advantage of the purchase protections offered by rewards cards, earn rewards on your purchase, and potentially pay no interest or fees on a large purchase that would cost substantially more using traditional financing.
6 Updated Welcome Offers – Up To 455,000 Bonus Miles and $2,000 Cash Back!by Jess Farley
Both Chase and Capital One have announced increased offers on some of their most popular credit cards, with Chase lifting the bonus on the Southwest consumer cards and Capital One launching some huge offers across the Spark business card range, and on its popular Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card.
Capital One Announces Lucrative Airline Transfer Programby Jess Farley
Capital One has announced a new airline transfer program which will join its fixed-value redemption options. We’re huge fans of flexible rewards currencies and, from first impressions, Capital One has produced a well thought out milage transfer program featuring high-value partners and transfer ratios that will encourage many cardholders to move significant spend onto Capital One cards.
American Express® Business Gold Card Reviewby Jess Farley
With the dust still settling following the release of the refreshed American Express® Gold Card, Amex has lifted the lid on its revised business counterpart, the American Express® Business Gold Card. The new card replaces a long-time favorite of the points and miles community, the Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express, and features a revised earning structure, bonus categories, lightly revamped perks, and an increased annual fee.
Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card Reviewby Jess Farley
Hilton’s first ultra-premium rewards card, the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card is the star of Hilton’s co-brand lineup of credit cards from American Express. In addition to the highest points earning rate ever offered by Hilton, the Hilton Aspire…
Can I Receive Bonus Miles From Multiple Delta Amex Cards? by Jess Farley
With so many Delta co-branded credit cards, one of the most common questions we field on the blog, and in our Facebook community Award Travel 101, is can I hold multiple Delta Amex cards? The answer is a resounding YES!
Best Credit Cards for Price Protection by Jess Farley
Ancillary benefits such as price protection don’t sound quite as sexy as free flights or five-star hotels, but there’s every possibility you’ll receive more dollar value from card benefits than credit card rewards over the life of your card. Provided you know what items your card covers and you can navigate the claims process, price protection can potentially save you thousands of dollars per year.