Good news for folks who stay a lot with Marriott!
Starting September 1, 2016, you can register for Marriott’s new MegaBonus promotion, and earn up to 50,000 bonus Marriott points for stays between September 15, 2016, and January 15, 2017.
Choose Which Bonus You Want to Earn With Marriott’s New MegaBonus Promotion!
Here’s more about this deal, and how to register for the promotion!
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There are a couple of exciting new discounts available from AMEX Offers!
Via Doctor of Credit, you can receive a $50 statement credit (up to 3 times!) when you spend $150+ on AT&T Small Business Wireless. And I found a $25 rebate when you spend $25+ with Hulu!
AMEX Offers is an easy way to save money, or earn extra AMEX Membership Rewards points, on everyday purchases. Just add the offers to your American Express card, and you’ll earn a statement credit when you make a qualifying purchase!
Save More, Play More!
These deals are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.
I’ll give you the offer details!
The 100,000 point sign-up bonus from the Chase Sapphire Reserve is the highest public bonus I’ve ever seen on a card that earns Chase Ultimate Rewards points. But the card has a $450 annual fee. And it’s NOT waived the first year.
Folks might be wondering if the Chase Sapphire Reserve Annual Fee is worth it?
I think so! Because you can easily offset the annual fee with the credits and perks you’ll get.
Transfer the 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Bonus From the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card for 5 Free Nights at the Beautiful Hyatt Regency Maui. And Feel the Hawaiian Sand Between Your Toes Like Emily Did!
I’ll explain why I think it’s worth paying the $450 annual fee for the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. At least for the first year!
Million Mile Secrets reader Rather B tweeted:
What’s the best first no annual fee card for my military son? Bag fees aren’t an issue. But $3,000 minimum spending to get the sign-up bonus may be hard.
Thank you for the question, Rather B. And thanks to your son for his service!
American Express cards are a good pick if you are in a similar situation. That’s because American Express will waive credit card fees for members of the military, like late fees and over-limit fees!
To Our US Military, American Express Has You Covered
I’ll explain how military personnel can avoid annual fees. And suggest other credit card options, too!
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At Million Mile Secrets, our goal is to help you achieve your goal. We have lots of great resources to help you get Big Travel with Small Money!
If you’re new here, or just need help finding your way around, I’ll give you a few pointers.
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