Limited Time Credit Card Offers

Limited time credit card offers provide an opportunity to grab a bonus that can be 25%, 50% or even 100% greater than its standard offer. Some of these offers will be around longer than others, but we don’t know if / when they’ll ever come back.

Best Credit Cards for Everyday Purchases in 2019

With so many rewards-earning credit cards on the market, each offering their unique selling point, it can be hard to know which card to swipe for each purchase. Determining which card to use for everyday purchases that don’t fall under a bonus category is key.

What is the Bank of America 2/3/4 Policy?

Bank of America has a new rule for credit card applications, which while not the same as Chase’s 5/24 rule, does place restrictions on new card approvals based on previous, recent card approval history with Bank of America.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Sweet Spots

The Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan frequent flyer program is a favorite of ours at AwardWallet. While Alaska is not a part of an airline alliance, it is the airline that could and has some of the best partners across the world. We love this program; check out some of its sweet spots.

Best Points & Miles to Fly to South Africa

There are few places on earth that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration like South Africa. In addition to the amazing national parks and the wealth of history in South Africa itself, flying into Johannesburg opens up travel opportunities…

How to Get Targeted Credit Card Offers

As credit card application restrictions evolve and bonuses become harder to come by, it’s essential we look past the most common methods of applying for cards to secure the best deals. An often overlooked technique is to position yourself for targeted credit card offers. It isn’t as hard as you think; just be prepared for a little “junk mail.”

Which Card You Should Use to Purchase Airline Tickets? [2019]

You might think the best credit card to use when purchasing airfare is one that has your airline’s logo; unfortunately, in many cases, you’d be wrong. Remember, flexible/transferable points currencies provide great value and often times their associated cards earn more per dollar than airline co-branded credit cards.