Everything You Can Do With Your Airline Miles Before They Expire
The expiration dates for airline points and miles vary as much as the rules for earning them in the first place. Many last just 18 months from the time you earned those miles, some last as long as 10 years, and some don’t expire ever.Lifehacker Travel
Who Should (and Who Shouldn’t) Get the Amex Platinum?
The Platinum Card® from American Express packs a lot of punch into its metal shell. That shouldn't come as much of a surprise, given that it's both the heaviest and most expensive of the publicly-available premium credit cards.The Points Guy Travel
No, Priority Pass Isn’t Cutting Restaurant Access for All Members
Back in May, American Express announced that it will be cutting complimentary restaurant access for its credit and charge cards that include a Priority Pass membership starting Aug. 1, 2019. Since then, there have been concerns that it will be removed for other members as well. Fortunately, that isn’t the case. Earlier today, Priority Pass sent …The Points Guy Travel
Southwest Rapid Rewards Performance Business Credit Card Review
The Southwest Performance Business Card acts as a step up from the Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Business Credit Card, offering an impressive sign-up bonus, better rewards structure and a nice array of perks for loyal Southwest flyers.The Points Guy Travel
The Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card review
There are many compelling travel rewards credit cards on the market, but the Chase Sapphire Reserve is a particularly appealing option. When I evaluate credit cards, I look at three factors: sign-up bonus, points (earning and redeeming) and perks — and this card blows me away on all fronts.The Points Guy Travel
Which Marriott Bonvoy Credit Card Is Right for You?
Both Chase and Amex continue to issue different versions of Marriott Bonvoy credit cards. There are now a total of six different options, with Amex and Chase each issuing three, though each issuer closed one of its products to new applicants, leaving only two Amex cards and two Chase cards that you can still apply for.The Points Guy Travel
Earn up to 100,000 Avios With the British Airways Visa
Although often overlooked in favor of US-based mileage currencies, there's a ton of value to be had in British Airways Avios. Sure, you can use these points to fly on British Airways, but they also have many other uses which can be ultimately more valuable. And now, it's even easier to rack up a hefty stash of Avios than before.The Points Guy Travel