Skye Class

Staff Writer

Skye joined the AwardWallet team in 2019. After leaving his full-time job in 2014 to travel the world, he’s created his own website to make traveling a reality for everyone, no matter their financial means. He’s a big fan of reward program for anyone with a credit card, and has used several of the programs himself.

Skye can most often be found working diligently in a cafe somewhere in the world. So far he’s been to 51 countries and counting. He travels the world in a van, never content to stay in the same place for long (unless it’s at the top of a mountain overlooking a beautiful sea).

You Can Buy Now, Pay Later with Delta When Using an Amex Card

As travel gets back to normal, some companies are making it easier to book your dream vacation. Recently, Delta teamed up with American Express to allow customers to buy now, pay later for their flights. There are various plans you can sign up for. So how does it work? Here’s a look at this new feature to see if it’s a good fit for your next Delta booking.

Delta and Instacart Launch Partnership Offering Bonus SkyMiles, Free Instacart Express Membership

Even as travel returns to some semblance of normal, airlines and hotels are finding other ways to partner with local services to offer bonus points and miles. One of these deals is the new partnership between Delta and Instacart, offering members SkyMiles on every dollar spent on Instacart purchases. Delta’s elite members can also get a complimentary Instacart Express membership.

US Bank Cash+ Adds Unlimited 5% Cashback Travel Category

As travel ramps up around the world, the U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa is adding a new way to be rewarded. Cardholders can now earn an uncapped 5% cashback on travel purchases booked directly through the Rewards Travel Center. This new bonus earning category is in addition to the card’s usual 5% and 2% cashback on selected categories. Here’s what you need to know about the new bonus earning opportunity.

Hertz Gold Plus Keeps Reduced Elite Status Requirements for 2022

Hertz Gold Plus elite status requirements were reduced for 2021 (but only barely), and those reductions are now extended through 2022. Hertz points will start expiring again after 18 months, but there are other nice Hertz elite status promotions to take advantage of. Here’s what Hertz Gold Plus members need to know about these changes.