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How to Earn Points While Getting Married

Matt Brown By: Matt Brown 0

Weddings: one of the happiest times of your lives. But at the same time, planning weddings can be complicated and stressful. One of the main complicating and stressful components of weddings (besides the dress of course!) is finances. Setting a budget, and then making sure that all of the various pieces and components that make […]


How to Get at Least $400 in Extra Value out of Your Vegas Trip with Just One Card

By: Bryce Conway 4

Guest Post By: Luxury on Points  Las Vegas offers lots more to do beyond casinos and clubs. It has world-class food, lots of entertainment, and interesting neighborhoods beyond the Strip. But one common experience most Las Vegas outsiders have is getting overcharged for, well, just about everything. It usually starts in your hotel, from outrageous […]


Holiday Shopping: Ultimate Guide to Earning Points and Miles

By: Anna Zaks 2

Here are few ways to turn all the shopping during the holiday season into points and miles by applying for new credit cards and use the shopping portals.


Hilton Berlin Review and Trip Report

By: Anna Zaks 2

In just five days, Berlin made an indelible impression on me. It’s a fun, eclectic and, most importantly, hugely historic city. It’s not historic in the same sense Rome or Athens are, and you will not find the beautiful architecture you’ll find in Florence. However, if you are interested in 20th-century history like I am, […]


How to Maximize Your British Airways Avios

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 0

British Airways Executive Club is the UK-based airline’s loyalty program, and Avios are its miles. But why would you want to know about a European-based loyalty program? Because the carrier is part of Oneworld, a powerful airline alliance, and its miles can be useful in many travel regions, not just in Europe. Like any other […]


Earn Hotel Status with Credit Cards

By: Travis Cormier 3

I stay in a lot of chain hotels. With programs like Hilton and Marriott having thousands of hotels around the world, it’s easy to find one almost anywhere I’m going. I like staying in chain hotels because the experience is usually pretty predictable. It may vary a bit, and there are some outliers, but in general, […]


Best Ways to Fly to Uzbekistan with Miles

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 0

Lonely Planet has released its best destinations to travel to in 2020, and the list includes some intriguing places. For starters, Bhutan made it to No. 1 of the Top 10 Countries list, and Salzburg, Austria, is the No. 1 city to visit next year. As far as the Top 10 Regions go, the travel guide […]


JW Marriott Dongdaemun Seoul Review

By: Anna Zaks 1

  After flying Air Canada business class to Japan and spending a great two weeks in the country, my husband and I headed to South Korea. We spent five nights in Seoul where we stayed at the JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square. This article outlines the highlights of our visit and thoughts on this great hotel. In This […]


7 Reasons to Get the Chase Sapphire Preferred (Including a $750+ Bonus)

By: Bryce Conway 6

The Chase Sapphire Preferred has many benefits. It is a great card for people who travel a few times a year and/or have significant commuting and dining expenses at home, or who use another Ultimate Rewards card for everyday or business expenses and want to get more value out of their points.


How to Book Your First Flight with Miles and Points

By: Anna Zaks 1

If you’ve never redeemed points and miles before, the whole process might seem daunting and nerve-racking. Where do I start? Do I have enough points? How do I run award searches? What’s my first step? Do I book flights or hotels first? You’ve probably seen words like “sweet spot” or “positioning flight” thrown around a […]