1. New Wyndham Credit Card Bonuses Could Be Coming This Summer
Last week, I told you about some big changes Wyndham has made to their rewards program. Starting May 11, 2015, you can book ANY Wyndham hotel for 15,000 points.
And via The Points Guy, the Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards credit card may soon come with a new sign-up bonus!
With the current Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards bonus you’ll be able to get 2 free nights at expensive hotels in places you may not expect like France, Hawaii, and New York City.
Check out my post on the Wyndham Rewards changes for more details on this card.
For 30,000 Wyndham Points, You Could Stay at the Stylish Dream Hotel Downtown in New York City! This Hotel Can Cost ~$418 per Night!
So I’m looking forward to seeing what a new card offer might entail. Stay tuned!
Emily and I don’t earn a commission on this card, but we always tell you about the best deals!
2. Frontier Airlines 1-Way Fares as Low as $19 (Today Only!)
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Emily: One of my best friends lives in Arlington, Virginia, so I don’t see her very often. We met in college and have been friends ever since. The first (and last) time we took a vacation together was to Barcelona, Spain in 2007.
Emily’s Best Friend Kristen In Front Of The Sofitel Santo Domingo
1. $400 Cash Back Barclays NFL Card. Thanks to Million Mile Secrets reader dhammer53 for tweeting me a link to Fat Wallet which discusses a $400 Cash Back Barclays NFL card after spending $2,500 within 3 months.
A Fat Wallet member also posted links to get the $400 statement credit after spending $1,000 within 3 months, but it is unclear if Barclays (unlike the other banks) will honor an expired offer/link. I didn’t see any mention of an offer expiry date in the links for spending $1,000 within 3 months.
We do know that Barclays currently honors the US Air card targeted to Chairman’s Preferred members even if you’re not a Chairman’s Preferred member.
The card doesn’t have an annual fee and you can redeem 40,000 points for $400 in statement credits. However, only transactions above $25 qualify for statement credits. Continue reading