Students are most likely to use their credit cards for smaller purchases, like groceries and textbooks, and will rarely use it on larger items. As a first-time credit card holder, young adults will also want to build their credit and earn points for future travel. If you’re new to the travel rewards credit card world, here are some helpful tips.
Between work, family, school and free time, not many of us have a spare moment for tracking and racking up loyalty points and miles for upcoming vacations. Luckily, many loyalty programs make it easy to earn points and miles as you go about your everyday life. Here are some simple ways to earn more rewards.
Are you planning on taking your pet on your next family vacation? Here are some simple tips on how to use your loyalty points and miles to save on pet travel fees.
In addition to some relaxation and fun in the sun, summertime for most of us also means wedding season. But travel expenses for these celebrations can add up fast, so what better time than now to tap into your loyalty rewards programs to earn and save on flights, gifts, and more!
One of the great things about being a business traveler and amassing a cache of points or miles is… giving them away! That’s because there are many situations when points or miles make a perfect gift.
Are you a frequent Tweeter, Instagrammer or Facebook poster? Beyond being up-to-date with friends, your time online could actually earn you more points and miles. Here are three easy ways you can Instagram and Tweet your way to points, perks, or even an all-expenses-paid vacation.
In a loyalty program-saturated world, it’s easy to forget that not everyone is an avid points or miles collector. There are some who aren’t interested in tracking loyalty programs, some who don’t see the value and others who just don’t know where to start.
Looking for ways to take your loyalty points and miles further? One of our best-kept secrets is using earn malls to grow your balances and loyalty auctions to redeem rewards for unique experiences.
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Flying with children? While you probably already know that it’s free for infants to fly, this budget-stretching perk unfortunately expires once the little one turns three. But there are still ways you can extend your travel budget, and loyalty rewards, further
with toddlers in tow.