Virgin Atlantic Rewards Credit Card Review

Travel rewards credit cards are available to qualified account holders from a wide variety of airlines, making the task of hitting the skies more rewarding than ever. Whether you fly for business or pleasure, internationally or domestically, travel credit cards are a smart way to earn reduced or no cost flights, seat upgrades, waived baggage[…]

Best Airline Travel Credit Cards for 2014

We all need to fly somewhere one of these days.  Credit cards help us do that.  One strategy for many is the sign-up bonus, another is the bonus points you earn from spending in varied categories.  This post is to view several credit cards co-branded with airlines that offer some of the best deals for[…]

US Bank SKYPASS Visa Signature Credit Card Review

US Bank’s SKYPASS Visa Signature isn’t too impressive as far as airline cards go, but it’s well worth it if you happen to travel with Korean Air often, since the miles earned are good for reward travel and upgrades on that airline, as well as the other SkyTeam partners. You get the standard earnings rate[…]

American Express JetBlue Travel Rewards Credit Card

The American Express JetBlue travel rewards credit card is a no-brainer for anyone who already travels on JetBlue Airlines often. But the free agents out there might want to pass it up, since there are definitely better deals as far as airline cards go. Still, if you are a JetBlue fan, we don’t blame you:[…]

Barclay’s Lufthansa Premier Miles & More World MasterCard

Apply Now: Miles & More® Premier World MasterCard®   Now, Miles & More covers a good number of European airlines, including SWISS and LOT Polish as well as Lufthansa, but we recommend going with one of the Star Alliance partners in order to avoid high fees. Award ticket surcharges can easily reach $500 for flights from[…]

US Bank LifeMiles Visa Signature Travel Rewards Credit Card Review

The US Bank LifeMiles Visa Signature card is fairly standard as far as airline cards go. It lets you accumulate miles for the Avianca and TACA airlines, which primarily serve South America. Thus, this travel rewards card would be good to pair with the LANPASS card if you are looking to travel to South America[…]

US Bank AeroMexico Visa Signature Credit Card Review

If you travel to Mexico often, or would like to, you would have to be “loco” to pass up the US Bank AeroMexico Visa Signature credit card. Just for using the card, either paying the annual fee or making just one purchase, you get 20,000 bonus miles. That’s enough for a one way ticket from[…]

How Much Is A Frequent Flyer Mile Worth?

So you understand the difference between frequent flyer miles and fixed-value miles. Now you might be wondering how to calculate what a frequent flyer mile is worth. It ultimately depends on how you travel, especially whether you are able to travel at inconvenient times and whether you desire business or first class. Let’s look into[…]

Travel Rewards: Difference Between Fixed-Value and Transferable Miles

Travel rewards cards can be kind of confusing these days. There are some that give you frequent flyer miles and others that give you “miles” that are actually more like cash back points. So what’s the difference? That’s what we’re about to go over. It doesn’t help that some cards give you “points” that are[…]

American Express Premier Rewards Gold Card Review

(Heads up: If you like the Amex Premier Rewards Gold card, we also suggest the Barclaycard Arrival PlusTM World Elite MasterCard®, which currently comes with a 40,000 miles sign-up bonus!) The American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card  is a very solid travel rewards card, and not just because you get the first year with no annual fee. Not[…]