When you’re new to rewards travel, it can appear overwhelming. Applying for credit cards is 1 of the best ways to earn lots of miles and points so you can travel for free (or nearly free). When signing-up for credit cards, it’s easy to make mistakes.
We All Make Mistakes, but Many of Them Can Be Avoided!
I’ll show you 8 ways to get your Big Travel faster!
Doctor of Credit reports that you can earn miles and points paying rent and HOA (home owners association) fees with RentPayment.com.
Paying HOA Fees? Stop Writing Checks and Earn Miles and Points Instead!
But not everyone will be able to use RentPayment.com to pay their rent or HOA fees. Keep reading to find out who can!
Because of the great sign-up offers on the Citi AT&T Access More, Citi Prestige and Citi ThankYou Premier cards, readers have asked if they can redeem Citi ThankYou points for cash back.
You CAN do it. But that doesn’t mean you should! It’s NOT a good deal.
And there are plenty of other cards that will earn more cash back.
Thinking of Redeeming Citi ThankYou Points for Cash Back? It’s NOT Worth It!
Let’s look at why it’s not a good idea!
Million Mile Secrets reader Brian commented:
I’m totally new to miles. My wife and I would like to go to Hawaii. I have enough American Airlines miles to get us there, but need help with hotels.
Where should I start? What’s a good chain or card to collect miles on for Hawaii?
Planning a trip to Hawaii is very exciting, Brian! Congratulations on earning the American Airlines miles to get there!
Brian and His Wife Have Enough Airline Miles to Fly to Hawaii – but Where Should They Stay?
Let’s see what strategies Brian can use to get Big Hotels with Small Money in Hawaii!
Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Early Retirement Ahead
Chad writes Early Retirement Ahead to help folks with financial planning, budgeting, and traveling for less.
And he’s giving away a $25 Amazon gift card!
Chad’s Honeymoon Destination, Hawaii in 2013
How and when did you start collecting miles and points?