Many people in the points and miles community know that keeping track of point balances and when they expire is very important. I wrote about how to keep track of points… Read more »
This may not be the best thing since sliced bread, but it is the best credit card in years. I’ll show you how to make the best use of this.
Many of my readers have multiple credit cards, but they don’t always know which is the best card to use for a particular purchase. Follow the below steps to maximize your point earnings.
In this post, I will share the three trusted systems I use to keep track of everything, from points and key dates, to wins/failures and lessons learned.
Check out this thorough infographic on traveling safely while abroad.
“Did I hear you right?” Yes, yes you did. I have become a fan of the Chase 5/24 Rule and it has actually improved my life and sanity. I’ll explain… Read more »
We are hosting another local meetup on April 4 in Mountain View. We will be discussing how to adjust our strategy in response to recent changes in both the major hotel and airline programs (and their intersections).
The Chase Ink Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve are two of the top credit cards in the market, so which one should you get if you could only have one?
You probably have a large list of things do buy in November and December. Reading this post will help you optimize your earnings with each purchase. ‘Tis the season to… Read more »
Straight cash back (Citi Double Cash, Costco Everyday ) is becoming more lucrative in a loyalty point environment fraught with devaluations, but don’t abandon point systems just yet. Miles & Points systems still… Read more »