The Chase Ink Plus and The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN are 2 small business credit cards that earn flexible points. Transferable points are my favorite because you’ll have many options for Big Travel With Small Money.
And both small business cards offer a sign-up bonus after meeting minimum spending requirements. Plus, you can accumulate bonus points in certain spending categories. You’ll also get certain purchase protections while traveling and shopping when you pay with either card.
Earning Transferable Points on Small Business Cards Like the Chase Ink Plus or AMEX Business Gold Can Help You Get Big Travel! Like Flying Business Class to or From Tahiti!
I’ll compare the perks of both cards. And explain which card might work best for your small business!
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Good news if you book paid flights on British Airways! Via The Points Guy, the British Airways AARP discount has been extended to December 31, 2016, for travel through March 31, 2017.
If you’re an AARP member (anyone of any age can join AARP for $16 per year), you can save up to $400 on paid, round-trip, trans-Atlantic flights from the US on British Airways and certain partner airlines.
Plus, until October 1, 2016, you can get a free AARP membership by spending $15+ at Walgreens.
Do You Know the Secret to Saving up to $400 on Paid British Airways Flights?
I’ll remind you of how the discount works and other perks you get with an AARP membership!
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Planning a trip across the pond before the end of the year?
Via The Points Guy, you can earn up to 30,000 bonus American Airlines miles on trans-Atlantic flights booked and flown through December 11, 2016. You’ll earn bonus miles when you fly American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia, or OpenSkies, and credit flights to your American Airlines account.
You must register for the promotion. And most paid flights, like certain coach fares, Premium Economy, Business Class, or First Class tickets qualify.
Earn Bonus American Airlines Miles on Round-Trip Tickets to Europe This Fall
I’ll share more about this promotion. And help you decide if it’s a good deal for you!
Have a flight to Europe coming up?
Via One Mile at a Time, there’s a new British Airways Avios Promotion for 2016. You’ll earn 3X British Airways Avios points on transatlantic flights booked and flown through December 11, 2016. You’ll earn points on airlines including British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, and Iberia, when you credit flights to your British Airways account.
You must register for the promotion. And paid tickets in any class of service, like coach, Business, or First Class, qualify.
Earn More British Airways Avios Points on Paid Tickets Between North American and Europe This Fall
Here’s more about the promotion!
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New parents know that having a child can temporarily slow down your travel plans! Especially if you take parental leave from a job that normally requires a lot of flying.
If you don’t maintain your usual level of travel, you could lose your airline elite status. But via Head for Points, there are a handful of airlines which will allow you suspend or “hold” your elite status while you take parental leave.
Don’t Cry! Certain Airlines Will Allow You to Suspend Your Elite Status While You Take Maternity or Parental Leave
I’ll explain how it works!