You can get 70,000 Marriott points after spending $2,000 on purchases within the 1st 3 months from account opening using the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Business card.
This is better than the previous offer of 50,000 Marriott points.
You also get 1 free night in a Marriott Category 1 to 4 hotel if you’re a 1st time cardholder. And 1 free night in a Marriott Category 1 to 5 hotel every card anniversary (everyone).
You Could Use Your Free Night to Stay at the Residence Inn West Palm Beach
You can also get a sign-up bonus of 70,000 Marriott points and up to 2 free nights with the Marriott Rewards Premier personal card.
Emily and I don’t earn a commission on either card, but because of the mother-in-law rule, we always tell you about the best offers even when they don’t earn us a commission!
Emily and I usually travel to larger cities with a Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, or Starwood hotel and stay with points. But some folks like to travel to towns without hotel chains. Or they want a cozy and romantic experience!
So they can use BedandBreakfast.com to find a place to stay.
And you can get a $50 gift card when you buy a $200 gift card by March 11, 2015!
BedandBreakfast.com Helps You Can Find Places to Stay in Cities Without Large Hotels, Like Eureka Springs, Arkansas
BedandBreakfast.com is NOT for everyone. But it could work for you!
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?
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.