This week, Korean Air changed their award chart. Usually, that means bad news for frequent flyers and travelers, but there is actually some good news in this announcement: Hawaii can now be reached on 25,000 miles from the US (instead of the usual 40,000). Don't have Korean Air miles? That's no problem!
I make virtually all of my daily purchases using one of my rewards credit cards. It might be filling my car up with gas or buying a bag of chips at work from the vending machine that accepts credit cards. If you have been using cash then you need to put it back in your wallet. We are going to spend money so why not get rewarded by using a miles/points earning credit card?
Coupons are awesome. I'm a big fan of the little jolt I get when I paste coupon code into the "Have a promo code?" section of the shopping cart of any given online retailer. Paper coupons are awesome, too, although I use them less often.
Before I proceed to write this post about coffee, let me thank coffee for making it possible.
Actually, I should probably start EVERYTHING I do at work by thanking coffee. I love my job, but I wouldn't make it past 10:15 on any given day without a cup or two. And I'm not alone.
I, like many of my fellow twenty-somethings, have student loans. And while it's not necessarily required for me to start paying these pesky things back quite yet (I'm still in school until December), I've taken it upon myself to embrace adulthood and do the mature thing: be more responsible about my finances.
This Saturday September 27 is National Public Lands Day, and the National Park Service is celebrating by throwing open the gates and letting visitors in for free.
Over the past few years one of the best and most effortless ways to manufacture spend for rewards on your credit card has been with Amazon Payments. You have been able to send friends and family up to $1,000 each month at no cost. That means it's been an easy 12,000 miles or points each year. As of October 13, 2014, Amazon Payments will no longer allow you to send money for free.
From blasting off into space at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago to diving into the historical ruins of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., it's a museum lover's favorite time of the year, when you can get free admission for two people to over a thousand museums nationwide on Saturday, September 27th.
This week's freebies roundup includes: Office 365 for Students, Family Fun Magazine & Beauty Samples!
Starwood Hotels' Starpoints are some of the most valuable loyalty points in the industry (most valuations place their value at above 2 cents per point). But like many travel currencies, you may not be using them in the best way possible. Let's dive deep into the Starwood Preferred Guest program and see what are the best ways to redeem Starpoints.