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Step-by-Step How to Profit When Denied Boarding Due to Overbooking

By: Luke Sims 0

Last week I received this text from my wife, “Sooo I may not have a seat on the plane… what do I do?!” Like any good husband, I turned off my phone and continued stuffing my face at Smorgasburg so she could figure out her own problems. Just kidding. I sprang to action, like a […]


Citi ThankYou Points – A Simple Guide on Earning and Redeeming

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, There are many different kinds of points in the travel game, which can make things a bit confusing and complicated. So today I want to break down one of the most overlooked points currency, Citi ThankYou Points, and talk about how to use them for maximum value without making your head spin. […]


Guest Post: 5 Thoughts – Florence

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, Today I want to introduce you to Preedee Chenhansa, an avid traveler and longtime reader of 10xT. Preedee sent me a wonderful “5 Thoughts” piece after a recent trip to Italy that was too good not to share with the rest of the 10xT community. So I asked him to share it […]


7 Sneaky Travel Fees (And How to Avoid Them)

By: Bryce Conway 0

There are few things that I despise more than hidden travel fees that chip away at your vacation budget. Unfortunately these fees have become much more prevalent as hotels, airlines, and other travel companies fight to show the lowest rate on travel booking websites. Today we are going to talk about seven of the most […]


Introducing Two New Members of the 10xT Team – Dillon and Spencer!

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, Today I am very proud to announce that we have added two very talented individuals to the 10xT team, Spencer Howard and Dillon Carter! Spencer and Dillon will be joining as Contributor/Travel Gurus, so you’ll be seeing a lot of them both on the blog and one-on-one as they work with you […]


Now Or Never: Earn Up To 60k Bonus Miles with Delta (Expires Tomorrow 7/6/16)

By: Luke Sims 0

[Please note – these deals have since expired. For updated information – visit our Credit Cards page here.] Unless you’re brand new to 10xT you’ve probably noticed that Delta SkyMiles don’t get a lot of good coverage in the points/miles world. SkyMiles generally don’t stack up in value to many of the other frequent flyer programs because […]


How I Did It: All-Inclusive Long Weekend In Cancun For Next To Nothing

By: Luke Sims 0

Editors Note: Some of these credit card offers have changed. Please visit 10xTravel.com/credit-cards for a list of up-to-date offers. Hola Travel Junkies, About a month ago I was de-stressing with my wife at our favorite diner, after yet another long week of work. We were in one of those moods where we we’re ready to […]


Reader Success Story: 5 Star Hawaiian Honeymoon Using Points & Miles

By: Bryce Conway 0

Editors Note: Some of these credit card offers have changed. Please visit 10xTravel.com/credit-cards for a list of up-to-date offers. Hi Travel Junkies, Summer is finally here and with it comes more stores of 10xT readers taking amazing trips for next to nothing. Today I bring you the story of Paul and Taryn, newlyweds who just […]


Plastiq: How to Pay Any Bill with a Credit Card

By: Luke Sims 0

About twice a year I get into an argument with my mom about why she is not using a credit card for her purchases. “You do realize you could be earning miles to fly to Cancun next winter, right?” (Being sassy with your mom is never a good idea…) Traveling the world using points and […]


How Credit Card Trip Insurance Saved Me $200+ (And Why American Airlines is Awful)

By: Bryce Conway 0

“Flight 4568 has been cancelled due to weather”. It’s one of the most frustrating sentences a weary traveler can hear, and last Sunday I had the misfortune of hearing it for the second time in as many months. I was laying over in Philadelphia, on my way home from a quick weekend trip to Ireland […]