Via One Mile at a Time, the increased 75,000 mile sign-up bonus on the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ MasterCard® card will end October 27, 2015.
This is a very good deal! Normally, the sign-up bonus on the card is 50,000 American Airlines miles, although in the past it’s been as high as 100,000 American Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements.
The Sign-Up Bonus on the Citi AAdvantage Executive Card Is More Than Enough for a Round-Trip Coach Ticket to Asia
So you’ve got less than a week to apply for this card!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Garrick, commented:
Would you be able to provide strategies and insight into collecting miles at different income levels? Many cards are touted as great, but require spending of $20,000+ a year.
For young people like myself who don’t come anywhere near that, do you have any recommendations for cards or programs to stick with? Based on my yearly spending I feel like it would be best to stick to 1 program such as AMEX Membership Rewards or Chase Ultimate Rewards.
Garrick, you’ve come to the right place! Million Mile Secrets is all about how folks like you can get Big Travel with Small Money.
You Don’t Need to Be a Big Spender to Make Your Travel Dreams a Reality!
Let’s take a look at how folks who don’t do much spending can still save thousands of dollars on travel! And I’ll explain how to decide which cards to start with.
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I wrote earlier this month that the Barclaycard Arrival Plus was changing. At the time, Barclays temporarily closed the card to new applicants.
You can now apply for the Barclaycard Arrival Plus again. But it’s NOT as good as it was before!
That said, it still comes with a 40,000 Barclays Arrival mile sign-up bonus after completing minimum spending requirements. That’s now worth ~$420 (previously $440) in statement credits for travel purchases of $100 or more.
You Can Still Get Big Travel From the Barclaycard Arrival Plus, but It’s NOT as Good as It Once Was!
Let’s look at the changes and see whether it’s worth applying for (or keeping) the card.
Posted in American Express, AMEX Fidelity, Barclays, Barclays Arrival, Citi Double Cash, Citibank, Credit Cards, Discover, Discover It, Discover it Miles, No Annual Fee, Uncategorized
My favorite use of Chase Ultimate Rewards points is transferring them to airline and hotel partners for Big Travel with Small Money.
But sometimes you’re better off using points to book airfare through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.
Right now, there are great sign-up bonuses on the Chase Ink Plus and Chase Ink Cash cards. And you can use Chase Ultimate Rewards points earned with these cards to book discounted travel through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.
Save Money (and Points!) When You Use Chase Ultimate Rewards Points to Book Airfare and More Through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal
Let’s see when it’s a better deal to use points to pay for airfare instead of transferring them to airlines!
Posted in Airline Award Booking, Airlines, Airlines, British Airways, Chase, Chase Freedom, Chase Ink Bold, Chase Ink Cash, Chase Ink Plus, Chase Sapphire, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Credit Cards, Hyatt, Save Money, Southwest, Travel Tips, Ultimate Rewards, Uncategorized, United Airlines, United Award Booking
When traveling overseas, your friends and family will want to check-in to be sure you’re safe. And they’ll want to know all about your trip and (if you’re like me!) you might have some work to do!
So How Do You Stay Connected Overseas?
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