Weekly Points: Should You Transfer TY Points To AA, Best Cards For Everyday Spending, Best Uses For Capital One Miles and More!
Should You Transfer To AA Miles?: 11/13/21 is the last day to transfer Citi Thank Your points to American Airlines at a 1:1 ratio. Should you speculatively transfer points because of this deadline? Well, it depends…
Is Cash Back A Good Option?: Everyone’s goals are different with points and miles, so there is no one size fits all answer to this question. However, it’s good to check out the case for cash back as it could definitely benefit you.
Best Cards For Everyday Spending: We always try to maximize bonus categories when possible to boost our points balance. Sometimes though our spending doesn’t fit into a bonus category. What card should we use then?
Speed Through Airport Security: Aside from the obvious things you could do such as TSA PreCheck or CLEAR, there are some other useful tips that you may not know about. Here is some advice to make your next security experience more pleasant.
The Amex Platinum Hotel Credit: The American Express Platinum card has seen increases in its annual fee over the past few years and it’s scaring away many people. If you look deeper though, you may be surprised that the perks could easily offset this annual fee.
Plan A Trip To Vienna: I enjoy these Two-Card trip series because it highlights how easy it is to accumulate enough points and miles for an awesome trip. If you’ve been wanting to go to Vienna, definitely check out this article.
Need Ideas For Using Capital One Miles?: Capital One miles have been exponentially increasing their popularity amongst those in our hobby and for good reason. Now that you can transfer miles to various partners at a 1:1 ratio, you have great options. Here are the best ways to use those miles.
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