Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Free Sports Travel
Ben writes Free Sports Travel to share how easy it is to collect award points and how you can use those points to travel to sporting events and other spectacular places around the world for a fraction of the price.
2014 Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona
How and when did you start collecting miles and points?
Did you get your tickets to USA Today Frequent Traveler University Dallas?
FTU is a fun event where you can meet other folks who enjoy collecting miles & points for Big Travel! You may even learn a few new tricks!
And There’s Still Time to Get Tickets!
Find out more about FTU and how you can attend!
It’s that time of year again! April 15, 2015, is the IRS tax filing deadline, and readers often ask if it’s worth paying taxes with a credit card to earn miles and points.
I’ve written about paying income taxes with a credit card, and whether doing so will code as a cash advance (it won’t).
But because you’ll pay processing fees of up to 2.35%, it’s generally not worth it except under specific circumstances.
Paying Taxes With a Credit Card Might Make Sense in Certain Situations
Here’s how to pay taxes with a credit card and when it might make sense for you.
You can earn double hotel points or airline miles when you stay at Hilton hotels. To take advantage of this deal, you must stay between March 1, 2015, and May 31, 2015.
Stay at Hilton and You’ll Be Seeing Double!
Find out how to get in on this deal and whether you should choose double Hilton points or double airline miles!