American Express rolled two solid offers for their Hilton Hotels credit card. You get to pick your poison, choose between 60,000 points or 50,000 + $50 as a statement credit. Breakdown: – 60k or 50k+$50 – Spend $750 within 90 days to receive bonus points (about $8 a day) – No Annual Fee, Ever – 7x […]Read more "Hilton American Express Credit Card Offer 60,000 Points or 50,000 + $50 in Cash"
Here is some exciting news, Frontier is launching 42 new non-stop services this spring. If this doesn’t excite you, well, I get it. Frontier Airlines isn’t known for getting you excited about flying. But, if price is important to you, this read is for you. Denver based Frontier Airlines is expanding their reach and undercutting […]Read more "Frontier Launches 42 New Flight Routes + How to Avoid the Hidden Fees"
The most daunting part of a new travel credit card.. the minimum spend. I totally understand if you are hesitant with not wanting to over extend your credit, that is noble. But at the end of the day, you will have to meet the minimum spend on some credit cards if you ever want to […]Read more "Creative Ways to Hit Your Minimum Spend on a New Credit Card"
One of the most untapped resources for us fellow credit card ‘churners’ are business credit cards. Before I get too far ahead, yes, you can get business credit cards without owning a business. What is the point of signing up for a business credit card if I don’t own a business? – First off, […]Read more "Can I Sign up for a Business Credit Card Without Owning a Business?"
CBX has opened a very convenient walkway from Otay Mesa, CA directly to the Tijuana Airport. This makes it easy to hop (well, walk) right over to the Tijuana Airport where you can fly to many Mexican destinations. Why should you care about a walkway? Well, when you start and end your flight from within […]Read more "Save Money on Flights in Mexico by Departing From Tijuana"
One of the most obvious questions I receive by travel novices is this, “where should I shop for the best deals on flights?” This is a basic question but the answer you may receive from travel experts can vary greatly. It comes down to two things for me; ease of use and abundance of data. I […]Read more "Why Google Flights Should be at the Top of Your Travel Rolodex"
My New Year’s resolution is to not pay any annual fees. Okay, that is a lie, but I absolutely dread paying annual fees. Most travel credit cards have annual fees, usually after the second year. Think of an annual fee like the activation fee cell phone companies charge, or a “doc fee” that car dealerships […]Read more "How do I Avoid Paying an Annual Fee on My Credit Card?"