When I’m planning a trip, I always book the flight first and my accommodations are always an afterthought. I find that most places I travel to, will have a Hilton, Marriott or Hyatt hotel. Zanzibar is no different. Hilton has 2 properties on the island, Marriott and Hyatt each have
I took an inventory of all the rewards currencies that I currently collect and decided I’m going to have to change my rewards strategy for this year. At the end of 2018 I had a large collection of Membership Rewards points, from the American Express Gold sign up bonus and
Every month I go through the credit cards that I’m currently carrying in my wallet. I’ll highlight the reason I’m carrying a particular card as well as any new card bonuses. Changes since last post : Applied for the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard®
This past week I was doing some reconciliation of my expenses from my recent business trips and noticed that the annual fees on my Citi Prestige and US Bank Altitude Reserve came due. This got me thinking, how much am I actually spending on annual credit card fees? I currently
I’m finally wrapping up my travel plans for my trip to Germany and Singapore. I already booked Singapore Airlines from New York to Frankfurt and from Singapore to Los Angeles (more on that later). I was going to stick with Singapore Airlines for my flight between Germany and Singapore but
I just recently met the minimum spend on my Altitude Reserve and I need to figure out which card to use for everyday non-bonus spend. Normally, this decision would be pretty easy, I would just use my American Express Everyday Preferred. The decision was complicated by when I product changed
Every month I go through the credit cards that I’m currently carrying in my wallet. I’ll highlight the reason I’m carrying a particular card as well as any new card bonuses . Without further ado here’s what in my wallet.