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The Revamped American Express Hilton Cards

By: John Tunningley 0

There’s been a lot of talk about the changes coming to the American Express Hilton Honors credit cards. Let’s take a look at what you can expect going forward. In January, all Citi Hilton cardholders will be converted to American Express Hilton cards and existing American Express Hilton cards will be modified slightly. Additionally, American […]

5 Crazy Cheap Economy Redemptions You Should Book

By: Spencer Howard 0

One of the toughest parts when learning how to travel by using miles and points is knowing where to start. What’s the point in earning a bunch of miles if you have no idea what to do with or even what you want to do with them?! To help get you thinking about your travel […]

Premium Credit Cards: Which One Should You Keep?

By: John Tunningley 0

Ultimately, as we try out premium credit cards, we find ourselves having to make decide which one is right for us. This isn’t an easy decision to make as the cards with higher annual fees often come packed with some of the best perks.   So, let’s take a look at some premium credit card […]

Companion Tickets and the Cards That Will Give Them to You

By: John Tunningley 0

One of the best perks in the travel world is the Companion Pass offered by Southwest Airlines. Longtime 10xTravel readers will have heard all the details about it and how to get it about 100 times by now but I wanted to touch on the airlines that offer companion tickets and what credit cards offer […]

The Basics of Partner Award Bookings

By: Travis Cormier 0

Hey Travel Junkies, You’ve earned your points, picked your destination, and now you just need to figure out how to get there. If you’ve gotten stuck on this step, you’re not alone. Understanding airline partners is a tricky part of the award booking process, but can be one of the best ways to get the […]

Introducing our Newest Team Member, John Tunningley!

By: Bryce Conway 0

Today I am proud to introduce you to the newest 10xT Staff Member, John Tunningley! John will be assisting us in creating content for 10xTravel as well as helping answer reader questions via email and in the 10xTravel Insider’s Facebook group. Take it away, John. Hi everyone! For those of you who don’t know me, […]

Reader Success Story: A $3,800 Caribbean Anniversary for $310

By: Bryce Conway 0

Guest Post By: Robert Editors Note: Some of these credit card offers have changed. Please visit for a list of up-to-date offers. My wife and I were married last September and spent 12 beautiful days in the Greek Islands on our honeymoon. We used 120,000 American AAdvantage miles for the flight, but I was […]

We Threw a Party for 10xT Readers in Vegas and It Was Awesome (Video Inside)

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, After months of buildup and hype, the first ever 10xT Las Vegas Reader Meetup finally took place last weekend at the Venetian Las Vegas. We rented a Penthouse Suite, filled it with snacks and booze, and invited 60+ readers to join us for an entire weekend of socializing and fun. Truth be […]

How Are Award Tickets Actually Priced?

By: Julie Szpira 0

Every traveler is trying to maximize the value of the miles and points they have earned. Understanding how award tickets are priced is essential when trying to maximize the value of your hard earned points and miles. Award ticket pricing is not standard across all airlines, so you need to learn the different award pricing […]

What to Do With Chase Sapphire Reserve (One Year Later)

By: Luke Sims 0

Around this time last year, one of the most lucrative offers in travel credit card history hit the market – the Chase Sapphire Reserve. If you were one of the lucky people who got in on the original 100,000 Ultimate Rewards sign-up bonus offer than the $550 annual fee was easy to swallow, but now, […]