Are you having Amex Offer FOMO? That’s understandable, given the great Amex Offers — especially for bonus Membership Rewards points — we’ve seen during the past few weeks.
But if you don’t have a Membership Rewards card, you’re missing out on some promotions that could easily score you a bunch of points that’ll help accelerate your travel goals. And, yes, there are even a couple of no-annual-fee American Express Membership Rewards cards.
Chase dropped increased welcome offers today for their two no annual fee Ink products: the Ink Business Cash Credit Card and Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card.
Chase kept the credit card world on its toes yesterday — and surprised many of us with a new offer on the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card.
The welcome offer increased to 140,000 bonus points (the highest ever) when you spend $3,000 on purchases within three months of being approved. But the real curveball was this:
Delta Air Lines just became the latest airline to waive some change fees, posting the announcement just a few minutes ago.
Chase disrupted the credit card arena today with their announcement of the new Chase Freedom Flex card — and will add bonus categories to the Chase Freedom Unlimited card. Neither card has an annual fee.
While Hurricane Laura has its sights set for parts of Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi, Delta Air Lines has issued a change fee waiver for passengers traveling through certain airports during the next few days.
While Hurricane Isais continues its path toward the eastern United States, Delta Air Lines issued a change fee waiver for airports in several major metropolitan markets such as Baltimore & Washington, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia.
Delta Air Lines announced today change fees will be waived for any flights departing March through December 31, 2020, plus all tickets purchased between March 1 – August 31, 2020.
Several hotel credit cards offer annual complimentary “anniversary” nights: a free one-night stay each year at a participating hotel in the brand’s chain. The benefit begins the second year of card membership.
For example, Marriott Bonvoy Boundless and Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant cardholders can spend the night for a room at an eligible Marriott hotel each year they renew their card.
But each hotel credit card — at least, that I know of — sets limits as to which properties are available for the free anniversary nights.
For example, the World of Hyatt credit card ($95/year annual fee) gives cardholders a free night at Hyatt properties in the 1, 2, 3, or 4 categories.
The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless ($95) limits redemptions to awards of 35,000 points and under. It’s expensive sibling, the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant ($450), ups the limit to 50,000.
And the IHG Rewards Club Premier Mastercard ($89) sets a 40,000 point max for their eligible properties.
But would you be willing to pay a higher annual fee for these cards if you could stay at any of their respective hotels?
Downtown Disney reopened last week — but some Disneyland employees are reportedly nervous about an alleged lack of COVID-19 safety in the shopping and dining district.
Plus, who needs drive-in theatres when you have floating movies on an iconic river?
Delta Air Lines announced this morning it’s extending a change fee waiver originally set to expire today.
7-Eleven has a nice offer for members of its loyalty program: seven free hot or cold fountain beverages! It’s a great opportunity to score some free morning coffee during the next couple of months.
Delta Air Lines announced this morning it’s extending their change fee waiver through June 30.
When it Chase relaunched the United Club Infinite Visa credit card on Tuesday, it did something rather interesting, given the current, pressing economic times: it waived the first year of the card’s hefty $525 annual fee.
But there was a catch: there was no welcome bonus mile offer.
Chase relaunched its United Club Infinite credit card today — with a fairly generous welcome offer and new bonus categories.