Featured image Courtesy of Luxury Launches I am not a travel snob, in fact, I would say I am far from it. I travel around with a backpack and blue jeans, even if staying at a high-end hotel like we did in Milan. That said, I can certainly appreciate staying at a five-star hotel […]Read more "Review of the Park Hyatt Milan – How You Can Stay Here For $20"
Thank you to Doctor of Credit for reporting this new offer. Doctor of Credit and Miles To The Max do not use credit card affiliate links so you can be sure you are seeing the best offers. Direct Link (make sure to click on the PLUS card) The Chase Southwest Plus credit […]Read more "The Awaited 50,000 Southwest Plus Credit Card Offer has Returned"
I do not use affiliate links so you can be sure I will always shoot-it-to-you straight. Ink by Chase is a business credit card and is one of the most lucrative cards currently available. Ink offers 60,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points after spending $5,000 in three months. (sometimes they will offer more in-branch) Read […]Read more "Earn 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards – Chase Ink"
If you are on round two of getting the same credit card, I applaud you. You have figured out that one of the fastest ways to rack up points is by applying for travel credit cards and meeting the required minimum spend. That makes you a churn-er. The question is, will you still get the […]Read more "Can I Sign Up For The Same Credit Card More Than Once? How to Churn"
This is a nice bump from the usual $100-$200 bonuses on the Everyday and Preferred Amex cards, first reported by Doctor of Credit. The two cards at play here are the Blue Cash Everyday and the Blue Cash Preferred. (If you don’t see the offers, try going incognito in your browser and pasting the link.) With […]Read more "Increased Sign Up Bonus For American Express Blue Cash Cards – up to $350"
Introducing three new Barclay JetBlue credit cards. It appears as though Barclay is following suit with Chase and their Southwest card lineup. You can choose between the “base” card, the “plus” card, and the “business” card. So which one is right for you? Before I start explaining the card differences I figured […]Read more "Three New JetBlue Credit Cards from Barclay"
Calling all non Sprint users. If you have thought about signing up for a new Sprint service, now may be the time. New Sprint customers can receive 20,000 American Airline miles within 8-10 weeks after activating their new service. Earning points from Cell Phone sign-ups is not a new thing, however 20,000 points is a […]Read more "Sign Up For New Sprint Cell Phone Service and Receive 25,000 American Airline Miles – Offer Extended"