You may be asking yourself, what does eBay have to do with traveling for next-to-free. Well, I can’t blame you as the connection is not obvious at first. Oh yea, that stock featured image is not my hand. Reselling goods on eBay allows you to spend a lot of money on product and then get […]Read more "My eBay Reselling Q1 Results – And Why You Should Join the Fun – Manufactured Spend"
Calling all Android and American Express customers, time to check your offers. This is somewhat targeted but many American Express cardholders with Membership Rewards earning cards are seeing this sweet Android Pay offer. As you can see, you’ll receive THREE – $5 credits when you use Android Pay to make a $5 or greater […]Read more "Check Your American Express Offers – Save $15 or More When Using Android Pay – $5 Per Transaction"
I think any good miles blog should have its fair share of what-not-to-do’s. This particular not-to-do really scared the crap out of me. As you probably know, most credit card bonuses require that you spend $X.XX amount within 90-120 days. Notice the keyword there, “spend”. That could be interpreted to mean different things by different […]Read more "This Mistake Nearly Cost Me 50,000 American Airline Points – Minimum Spend"
It’s no secret, I have a special place in my heart for Southwest. Everything about their “no fee” policy makes me a happy flyer. I don’t expect a first class flying experience, but it is very predictable. Alyssa and I have Companion Pass, which means we fly 2 for 1. I will put up with […]Read more "I Just Learned Something Crazy About Southwest’s Cancellation Policy – On Accident"
2016 was a great year, I had a lot of fun and traveled to a bunch of new places. December ‘reselling’ ended on a very high note for me. Traveling for next-to-free is made available by reselling, I hope I encourage you to start reselling on your own. (or grow your efforts) Reselling is a […]Read more "Reselling Recap – January 2017 – Plus Tips on How You Can Earn Big Points with Gift Cards"
I think that post title is pretty clear-cut. I made one LARGE purchase on Groupon and scored close to 20,000 Alaska miles, enough for a one-way first class flight from Coast to Coast. The Monitor You can find the best shopping portal rates on CashBack Monitor. I check it daily to see if there […]Read more "How I Made Almost 20,000 Alaska Miles from One Online Transaction – Enough for First Class"
Before we get too far ahead, this ‘Limitless’ offer is limited to USAA Members in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN and WA Limitless If you are not a current USAA Member, here are the requirements: Active, retired and honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the […]Read more "USAA Limitless Visa Credit Card- 2.5% Cash Back on All Purchases [AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN, WA]"