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?
It’s an excellent time to consider signing-up for a new Citi card. That’s because the sign-up bonus on several of their cards is now 50,000 points or miles!
You’ll earn 50,000 Citi ThankYou points when you complete the minimum spending requirement on both the Citi Prestige and Citi ThankYou Premier cards.
And for a limited time, you can earn 50,000 American Airlines miles with the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select personal and business cards after meeting minimum spending requirements. Or from the Citi Executive AAdvantage card!
Earn LOTS of Big Travel With Citi’s Current Credit Card Offers
But how do you decide which cards are best for you? It depends on your travel goals!
You’re traveling overseas, now how should you pack and what should you bring?
I’ll Tell You All of My…Err…Emily’s Packing Tricks!
Sign-up bonuses let us have Big Travel with Small Money, so it’s important to know when miles or points will post to your account.
This is especially true if you want to use the miles and points soon!
When Planning to Use Your Miles & Points for Travel to Bora Bora or Anywhere Else, It Helps to Know When You’ll Be Receiving Your Credit Card Sign-Up Bonus!
I’ll tell you when you can expect to see the sign-up bonus in your account.
You can fly round-trip to Rio de Janeiro for Carnival in Business Class for ~$1,500!
If you didn’t get in on last night’s mistake fare to Beijing, here’s another great deal that will NOT last long!
View From the Wing reports you can fly to Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, Brazil, from April 2015 through February 2016, for only ~$1,550 round-trip in Business Class on American Airlines and Delta! It’s a result of a fare war between the airlines, so book quickly!
These tickets usually cost ~$4,000 or more! If you’re planning a trip to South America and want to splurge on Business Class, it’s a great deal.
Sun-Seekers Could Fly in Style to Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro for Only ~$1,550 Round-Trip in Business Class!