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 : Met the minimum spend on the Altitude Reserve Applied for the American Express Platinum
For years I’ve resisted applying for the American Express Platinum. The American Express Everyday Preferred took care of my membership rewards needs and I have the Citi Prestige and the Chase Sapphire Reserve already and didn’t feel the need to get another premium card. That changed recently and here’s why.
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.
From September 29th to October 3rd, I’ll be Munich Germany for Oktoberfest. This will be my second year in a row of attending. Let me start off by saying I love Germany, the people, atmosphere are amazing and I’ll looking forward to going back. I’m planning on flying from Chicago
In March 2017 I took the leap and left Pacific Northwest and moved to Chicago. The one thing people know about me is that I love to travel and with this blog I’ll be sharing those experiences. I also hope to share tips and tricks that I’ve picked up along