Claiming Compensation for a Delayed, Overbooked, or Cancelled Flight
Flight delays and cancellations can be expensive and stressful. Fortunately, there are some strong consumer protections in place to make sure you don’t get stuck with the bill when irregular operations force you to change your plans. If you know your rights, you can avoid worrying about covering extra costs out of pocket and make sure you extract the full compensation to which you’re entitled.
Beginners Guide to Dining Programs
Dining programs are a great way to earn extra points and miles every time you eat out. While this strategy isn’t likely to make up a huge percentage of the points you earn, you could easily end up with a free domestic flight each year with minimal ongoing effort. Check out our review of the top programs, and watch the points start rolling in.
5 Reasons to Get the Sapphire Preferred Instead of the Sapphire Reserve
The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card has earned its spot as the best beginner’s card and still deserves its place as one of the best travel cards on the market. Here are our top five reasons to pick up the Sapphire Preferred over the Sapphire Reserve.
Benefits for Authorized Users on Rewards Credit Cards 
Adding an authorized user to your rewards card can have huge benefits for you and the additional cardholder. It can be an excellent way to help someone with a limited credit history improve their FICO score, and some of the best cards also make valuable benefits available to authorized users.
Best No Annual Fee Business Rewards Credit Cards
Using a small-business rewards card gives you a huge advantage to accumulate points for travel. The banks are more motivated than ever to find new customers, and that means offers are getting far more generous. But that doesn’t mean you should settle for a card with an annual fee—especially if your expenses are limited. Here are the top no-annual-fee cards that can supercharge your rewards.
The Best Points and Miles for Free Flights to Hawaii 
If you’re using miles from your United, Delta or American Airlines account to book flights to Hawaii you’re likely paying almost 50% more than you could if you used a different travel rewards currency. There are great alternatives with transferrable points that can get you access to the same seats at much better prices.
Air France/KLM Flying Blue Awards Sweet Spots
We explore the Air France/KLM Flying Blue award program and take a look at some interesting award sweet spots. Flying Blue is a valuable program given its relationship with all five major flexible rewards programs: American Express Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou, Chase Ultimate Rewards, Capital One and Marriott Rewards.
The (Unofficial) Delta SkyMiles Award Chart for Flights from the US
Delta no longer publishes an award chart, but you can still achieve top-value Delta SkyMiles redemptions if you know the minimum number of miles you can pay for your destination. We’ve done all the work for you by assembling our own, unofficial Delta award chart for international travel to and from the U.S.
Best Credit Cards for Rental Car Insurance 
Primary car rental insurance is one of the unsung heroes of rewards credit card perks. It can save you a bundle on the cost to rent a vehicle, but you need to understand what coverage you can safely decline and make sure you pay with the right card to maximize your benefits.
What Are the Best Flexible Rewards Points for Free Travel?
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.