Buy Hilton Honors Points with a 100% Bonus, Plus Get a 5,000-Point Bonus
Hilton just extended its latest buy points promotion, offering Honors members a 100% bonus on point purchase through December 31, 2020. Plus, you’ll get 5,000 bonus Hilton points just for making a purchase of any size. This enables you to purchase Hilton points at a compelling 0.5¢ per point, before factoring in the 5,000-point bonus. We dig in to demonstrate how this can be an excellent deal in some situations.
Best Rewards Cards for Dining and Restaurants 
Restaurant and delivery spending is a large portion of many American’s budgets. In fact, over 37% of all spending on food in the U.S. is spent dining out. That’s why it’s so important to have a credit card in your wallet that earns solid rewards for restaurant purchases. To help you find that perfect card, we’ve rounded up all our top choices here.
Can You Get the Chase Sapphire Preferred if You’re an Authorized User on Someone Else’s Account?
Can you get a Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card if you’re an authorized user on someone else’s account? This is a question that we get asked all the time. The short answer is ‘yes’, but you’ll need to factor in the other eligibility rules before you apply. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to consider before submitting that application.
Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards To Southwest Rapid Rewards With a 20% Bonus
Chase just announced its third-ever transfer bonus for Ultimate Rewards points, this time to Southwest Rapid Rewards. Through the end of October, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Southwest and receive a 20% bonus. This presents a unique opportunity for those who regularly fly Southwest, offering up to 1.8¢ per point in value on Southwest award redemptions.
Buy American Airlines AAdvantage Miles With Up to a 100,000-Mile Bonus
American Airlines’ latest sale lets AAdvantage members buy miles with up to 100,000 bonus miles. The lowest purchase rate through this promotion is 1.82¢ per mile, which is just a little more than the best rate we’ve ever seen for buying AAdvantage miles.
New Marriott Boundless Offer Worth Up to 250,000 Points
Chase has just announced a new sign-up bonus for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card—and it’s one of the most lucrative bonuses we’ve ever seen on a hotel card. Right now, new applicants can receive 5 Free Night Awards worth up to 50K points each. That’s up to 250,000 points in value! Here’s how to maximize this incredible sign-up bonus.
IHG Traveler Card: 100,000-Point Bonus and No Annual Fee
Normally when an all-time-high bonus changes it’s bad news. The IHG Traveler card was already a solid deal with a 75,000-point bonus, but Chase has increased the offer even further! For a limited time, new cardholders can earn 100,000 IHG points from a card with no annual fee. Check out the latest offer before it disappears.
[Extended] Capital One Adds New Redemption Options – Restaurants, Streaming Services, and Phone Services
With travel at a standstill, many people are reconsidering the value of their travel credit cards. Does it make sense to keep a card meant for traveling when you can’t travel? With this question in mind, Capital One has made a bold move to continue providing value to its cardholders, now allowing members to redeem for more than just travel.
New IHG Promo: 2X Points on Every Stay, 10k Bonus Points for IHG Cardholders
IHG’s latest promotion is about to start. Members will earn double base points on every stay through December 15, 2020. Plus, if you hold an IHG co-branded credit card, you can earn a one-time 10,000-point bonus after completing just one stay! If you have any upcoming IHG stays, be sure to register to lock in your bonus points.
Chase Extends Pay Yourself Back, Expands to Ink and Freedom Cards
Chase has announced the extension of its popular ‘Pay Yourself Back’ feature, which was initially set to expire on September 30. Even better, Chase is expanding the feature to certain Ink and Freedom credit cards and offering several new eligible purchase categories. In this post, we cover all the details, including why we think ‘Pay Yourself Back’ is here to stay.