This is something to get excited about, Barclay just doubled the current JetBlue sign up offer to 60,000 points! Here is a route map of JetBlue for your reference. The offer In order to receive the 60,000 bonus points you must spend $1,000 in 90 days, easy enough, especially around the holidays. Additionally, there […]Read more "Highest Offer Ever – Barclay JetBlue Plus Credit Card – 60,000 Points After Spending $1,000"
I had a very busy May when it came to my reselling. eBay is my preferred outlet for meeting large minimum spend requirements. As with most travel credit card sign-up bonuses, you are required to spend a hefty amount of cash within 90~ days. Sadly, this becomes one of the biggest deterrents for people looking to […]Read more "May Monthly eBay Recap – How I Completed $10,000 in Minimum Spend and Made over $1,000"
It’s been a while, I haven’t signed up for a new credit card in about seven – whole – weeks. What better time than the present? I signed up for nice batch of credit cards in April, you can read about the results here. In my latest AppORama I tried to take things a little easier. Here […]Read more "Here are the Results of My Latest Batch of New Credit Cards – 120,000 Points/Miles – Churn"
The name First National Bank doesn’t exactly scream “free travel”. Thankfully our assumptions are wrong. Introducing the Travelite American Express card. This card only uses American Express for the purchase transaction, your account will be with First National Bank. Application link The biggest perk of this card is actually nothing at all. That’s right, […]Read more "One of The Best Value Travel Credit Cards You’ve Likely Never Heard of – Travelite"
Here is a something you don’t hear often, “Wells Fargo” and “Free Travel”. If you are like me, free travel is free travel. This Wells Fargo Rewards Visa Signature card fits the bill. You get a decent sign-up bonus, no annual fee, and the very useful Visa Signature benefits. (benefits PDF download) The deets: 20,000 bonus […]Read more "Don’t Overlook this No Annual Fee Rewards Credit Card – Up to $375 Toward Airfare"
For those of you who’ve yet to enroll in Alaska’s Mileage Plan, now would be the time. If you join between now and April 30th, you can score 5,000 free bonus points. There are reports of Alaska Air customer support applying this promotion for people who enrolled in the last few months (prior to […]Read more "Join Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan and Fly by Sept 30th to Receive 5,000 Bonus Points"
I’ve neglected sharing a good credit card deal as of late. This Premier Rewards charge card from American Express is a smart option. American Express has their own reward program known as Membership Rewards points. These can be transferred to a number of airlines and hotels. The reason I prefer flexible points like MR’s is […]Read more "Use This 50,000 Point Bonus For a Round-Trip to Europe – Premier Rewards Gold"