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American Express Gold Card: Full Review

By: Caroline Lupini 3

American Express Gold Card has gone from a somewhat standard travel credit card to a fantastic card for people who dine out in the U.S. Amex Gold’s benefits includes 3X Membership Rewards per dollar spent on airfare purchased directly from the airline, $120 Annual Dining Credit, and $100 Annual Airline Fee Credit and more!


IHG ALL-Inclusive Resorts – A Great Option For Families

Travis Cormier By: Travis Cormier 2

IHG all-inclusive resorts are great options for families because Holiday Inn Resorts don’t charge extra for kids. Although the options are a bit limited compared to other all-inclusive properties, the kid-friendly focus will be very appealing to families.


Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG)® Luxury Card Review

By: Caroline Lupini 2

The SPG Luxury Card may be a good fit for frequent Marriott guests who can make good use of the $300 annual statement credit, or for heavy spenders who want to shoot for the free Platinum Elite status with $75,000 in purchases.


Reader Success Story: A Family Adventure to Italy Using Points and Miles

By: Bryce Conway 2

10xT Reader Megan Parsons started earning points and miles in late 2015 and although they have used them for smaller trips, this was their first big international redemption to have wonderful family adventure to Italy.


Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Credit Card at the ATM

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 0

Taking cash advance from an ATM using a credit card is not worth the fees you’ll owe. Our advice is don’t do it. Be creative and think of other ways to pay those bills, whether it’s opening a no balance transfer credit card or taking out a short-term loan from a bank or a relative.


Marriott Rewards Premier Plus Credit Card Review

By: Caroline Lupini 0

The Marriott Rewards Premier Plus credit card may be a good choice if you are under 5/24 and qualify for the welcome bonus – it’s a great way to rack up a bunch of Marriott Rewards points quickly, and the free night certificate makes up for the annual fee.
If you’re over 5/24, check out the Marriott Rewards Premier Business Credit Card (which isn’t subject to the 5/24 rule) or one of the Starwood Preferred Guest credit cards from American Express.


Best Ways to Fly to Hong Kong With Miles

By: Caroline Lupini 0

There are a lot of options for redeeming miles and points to get to Hong Kong, and the best one for you will depend on how flexible your plans are and how many miles you have and are willing to spend. But, no matter what miles you have, there are plenty of ways to get to Hong Kong so you can enjoy some egg waffles and afternoon tea in Hong Kong!


Breaking: Major Changes to Multiple Capital One Cards!

By: Bryce Conway 0

Major changes announced to the Capital One Venture card, including the addition of new transfer partners. Read more!


The Complete Guide To Hyatt All-Inclusive Properties

Travis Cormier By: Travis Cormier 1

Hyatt has three all-inclusive brands. Each brand has its own unique features that set it apart. Families will look towards Hyatt Ziva, a family-friendly line of resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean. For adults looking for an adult-only resort getaway, they will find what they’re looking for at Hyatt Zilara resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean. If you’re looking for a retreat from the rush of everyday life, a stay at a Miraval Wellness Resort will help you feel truly disconnected.


Reader Success Story: A $17,000 Adventure to the South Africa Using Points and Miles

By: Bryce Conway 1

The one thing that differed this year from past years is we did it for insanely cheap. We paid only $1,700 for a trip that could have cost over $17,000! How? Points and miles, of course!