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Two Card Trip for Families: Jet Off To California or Florida

By: Anna Zaks 0

California and Florida are excellent family-friendly destinations, each offering sunshine, beautiful beaches, great food, theme parks and loads of other attractions. Take your kids on vacation by using just two cards family-friendly trip – the Chase United Explorer and Chase World of Hyatt credit cards.

A Guide to Hilton All-Inclusive Properties

Travis Cormier By: Travis Cormier 7

The Hilton all-inclusive properties highlighted in this article can be booked with Hilton points. | Hilton Resort Fees | Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa | Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort | Hilton Playa Del Carmen Adults Only All-Inclusive | Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa | How to Earn Hilton Honors Points

Marriott Rewards® Premier Plus Business credit card review

By: Caroline Lupini 2

Overall, the Marriott Premier Plus Business Card isn’t a bad choice, but you likely have better choices for most of your spend! The annual free night certificate that can be used at any Marriott hotel that costs up to 35,000 points per night is a very nice benefit and, more than your ability to earn via card spend will be the most significant perk of this card. While it is restricted by Chase’s 5/24 rule, you’re better off starting with cards that earn Ultimate Rewards points.

Two Card Trip: Andaz Papagayo Costa Rica with the Chase Ink Preferred and World of Hyatt Credit Card

Travis Cormier By: Travis Cormier 2

Travel doesn’t have to be expensive. With just two credit card bonuses, you can enjoy the adventures of Costa Rica at the Andaz Papagayo resort for 4 or more nights, flights included. That’s very little work for a lot of adventure!

9 Tips For Visiting Bora Bora

By: Bryce Conway 1

Most people who book travel with miles and points will at some point consider visiting Bora Bora. 10xTravel reader, Traci, took an amazing trip to Bora Bora and has some tips that could make your trip just that little bit better.

How I Booked a Trip to the Galápagos Islands with the United Excursionist Perk

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 0

The hobby of collectiong points and miles has allowed me and my loved ones to explore hard-to-reach and hard-to-pay-for places without spending a lot. Saving that $1,500 per person on airfare will make room in our now-joint budget to book a cruise while we’re on the islands of Galapagos and experience them the right way.

Best Balance Transfer Cards of 2019

By: Bryce Conway 0

January is by far the worst month of the year for credit card debt because many people overspend during the holidays. For that reason, balance transfer cards take center stage. While these cards aren’t as exciting as travel rewards cards, they can help you save money on credit card interest in a pinch.

Rather than waxing poetically about the virtues of balance transfer cards and what they can do for you, I’m just going to dive right in and talk about what you need to know with none of the fluff.

New Southwest Card Offer: Companion Pass + 30,000 Bonus Points

By: Bryce Conway 0

Hi Travel Junkies, Big news this morning regarding the Southwest credit cards. The Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus, Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier, and Southwest Priority Card all now have signup bonuses of 30,000 points + a Southwest Companion Pass (valid through 12/31/19) after $4,000 spend in the first 3 months. My gut reaction to hearing this […]

Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) Credit Card Review

By: Caroline Lupini 2

In this article, we’ll run through the new SPG credit card’s features, enhancements, and discuss whether or not the card deserves a place in your wallet.

Which Credit Cards Require You to Pay with Them for Free Checked Bags?

Anya Kartashova By: Anya Kartashova 1

With the introduction of bare-bones basic economy fares, panic has settled in among the traveling masses. Most budget fares do not offer a seat selection and make you board the aircraft last, which oftentimes leaves you with no room for luggage in the overhead bin. Your options are to place the bag underneath the seat […]