Do You Have One of These Cards Offering Free Access to Airport Lounges?

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Guests relax at the Delta Sky Club Austin airport lounge at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) in Austin, Texas. Photo © Chris Carley / PointsLounge

Airport lounges are great places to relax, get work done, charge your electronic devices, grab a bite, and enjoy a beverage. And they’re even sweeter when you can access them for free as a credit card perk! Continue reading

Delta’s Million Miler Gifts: Should Delta Copy United and American (For a Change)?

A Delta Million Miler brag tag on baggage.

  Achieving Million Miler status is a pretty big accomplishment. Each time you accrue a million miles on an airline, the carrier gives you a gift of some sort. Delta gives you annual Silver at 1M or Gold status at 2M & 3M or Platinum at 4M (depending on how many millions of miles you’ve earned) and some luggage or jewelry. United, meanwhile, steps it up. While UA may not give you premium luggage or … Continue reading

Why and How Delta Flyers Can Benefit from Chase Ultimate Rewards

Rene's Chase Ultimate Rewards cards

For better or worse, I’m a loyal Delta flyer. Delta’s co-branded American Express cards sort of come with that territory. But Chase’s credit cards, however, are starting to pique my interest (especially now that I’m finally dipping under 5/24!) when it comes to actual point accrual and redemption. And their low to no annual fees sure are interesting, too.