Which Credit Card Offers the Best Baggage Delay Coverage? [2019]

If you’ve ever been the last person standing at an empty luggage carousel waiting for your bags, you’ll understand the frustration of your checked bags getting delayed or disappearing. It can mean hours spent filing reports and on the phone chasing up the location of your bag, not to mention the out of pocket expense of purchasing essentials like phone chargers, a change of clothes, and toiletries. We’ve covered the essential policies to check out.

How To Get Free Rental Car Upgrades

Numerous credit cards offer complimentary car rental elite status, in addition to formalized status matches from some of the most prominent car rental agencies in the U.S. We’ve included our favorite methods to score free car rental upgrades.

Which Credit Cards Have the Best Flight Delay Insurance? [2019]

Almost every rewards card features ancillary benefits ranging from purchase protection and extended warranty coverage to roadside assistance and a slew of different travel insurance perks. One of the most valuable (and widely used) of these benefits is Trip Delay Reimbursement, which can cover your expenses in the event of a delayed or canceled flight.

How to Receive Elite Hotel Benefits Without Elite Status

If you want the benefits of elite status within a hotel program but don’t happen to have that status, leveraging luxury hotel programs could deliver just what you’re looking for. Upgrades, complimentary breakfast, and late check-out are just a few of the perks you’ll be eligible for with the right program.

How to Replace Non-Compliant State ID’s Affected by the Real ID Act

Starting October 20, 2018, residents of states impacted by the Real ID Act will need to update their identification to a TSA approved ID to fly any commercial flight, domestic or international. The states involved have all failed to issue a drivers license or state ID that is compliant with the Real ID Act. Who knows if this revised date will stick, but it is something to be aware of.

Comparison of Premium Travel Rewards Credit Cards

At first glance, credit card fees north of $400 don’t make sense to a lot of points and miles fans. Why would you pay $400+ per year for a card that’s likely to earn fewer points per dollar than low or no annual fee cards from the same rewards family? It’s not until you look past the simple points per dollar equation that the value of a premium travel rewards card comes into focus.

AA Reduced Mileage Awards August – November 2017

AA co-branded credit card holders have long enjoyed a little-known benefit: Reduced Mileage Awards. The value of promotion depends on the type of AA co-branded credit card you hold and the destination. You are eligible for a discount of 1,000 to 7,500 miles roundtrip. The latest promo is up!

AA Reduced Mileage Awards June – September 2017

AA co-branded credit card holders have long enjoyed a little-known benefit: Reduced Mileage Awards. The value of promotion depends on the type of AA co-branded credit card you hold and the destination. You are eligible for a discount of 1,000 to 7,500 miles roundtrip. The latest promo is up!

Points and Miles For Suites and First Class (Part 1 of 2)

Flying in first class or better yet a suite on an airline is a luxury that is relatively unimaginable unless you’ve got points and miles. Spending $10,000 or more for a single flight experience is out of reach for almost anyone, but imagine enjoying that experience paid for easily accumulated travel rewards.