Every bank has a range of credit cards. These vary from co-branded cards to the banks own reward cards. This is not a hard and fast rule, but unless you spend every cent on a co-branded card, I don’t see the value. Instead of putting all my eggs in one basket I rather have a point agnostic reward system. Think American Express Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou Points, Chase Ultimate Rewards. When you accumulate points with these currencies it gives you more flexibility when you want to redeem those points. Instead of being stuck with all those United miles, now you can accumulate Chase Ultimate Rewards and when the time is right transfer those points to United or Marriott or Hyatt or Southwest (see where i’m going?). Continue reading “Rumor: Chase Sapphire Reserve Card”
I was going to title this after the popular catchphrase coined by Capital One, but didn’t want to take the chance of getting a cease and desist letter.
Credit cards are one of the focal points of nearly every frequent traveler blog. So, I thought I jump right in and inventory what I carry around on a daily basis. I don’t sign up for several credit cards a year just for the bonus then cancel them. I don’t sign up for a personal credit card then also sign up for the business version just to get double the bonus. Some bloggers travel so they can blog. I blog because I travel. With that said, I get enough points based on the few credit cards I have and my extensive travel through work. Continue reading “What’s In My Wallet?”