Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: PointsCentric
Ralph advises clients and writes PointsCentric to give folks tips on how to accumulate millions of miles and points with credit cards, promotions, etc. at almost no cost!
You can follow PointsCentric on Twitter.
Ralph and His Wife on Their 2nd Honeymoon at the Hyatt Andaz in Maui
Via Free Frequent Flyer Miles, you can get 50,000 Southwest points from the Southwest Airlines Premier business card after spending $2,000 within the first 3 months. But you have to apply by November 8, 2014.
The Southwest Premier personal card already had a 50,000 point bonus, so it is nice to see the same bonus on the business card.
You Could Use 50,000 Southwest Points to Fly to Nassau, Bahamas
You can now earn an extra 2% cash back when you use your AMEX Blue Cash Everyday or Blue Cash Preferred card at Whole Foods.
And I’ll remind you of an easy way to get 5% back if you have any 1 of 4 OTHER credit cards!
While I don’t like shopping at Whole Foods (it’s expensive!), sometimes Emily likes it for certain organic products.
Save More Money on Groceries at Whole Foods With Your AMEX Blue Cash Card Through February 15, 2015
I’ll show you how to get your extra cash back!
TopCashBack is currently offering 6% cash back when you shop in several Amazon departments.
Get 6% Cash Back at Amazon When You Buy Clothing & Accessories, Halloween Costumes, Jewelry, Pet Supplies, Electronic Personal Care, and Amazon Local!
There’s no expiration date listed for this deal. So it could be gone at any time!
I’ll show you how to earn the 6% cash back and how to turn it into 11% cash back!
Via The Points Guy, you can fly from Washington – Baltimore (BWI) or Boston to Reykjavik, London, or Copenhagen for as little as $99 1-way!
You can get this deal with WOW Air, a low cost airline from Iceland. This sale is to promote their new flights from Reykjavik to Boston (beginning March 2015) and Washington – Baltimore (June 2015).
Smiling Airplanes and Low Fares…Is WOW Air a Good Deal to Europe?
You can book directly on the WOW Air website. The fares seem very low! But is it a good deal?