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Capital One is offering a 100% bonus when you transfer miles to Emirates’ frequent-flyer program — here’s what you need to know
Until March 24, Capital One Venture and Spark Miles cardholders will get a 100% bonus on miles transferred to the Emirates Skywards frequent-flyer program.
Chase has announced the Freedom credit card’s Q2 bonus categories — including 5% cash back at grocery stores
Home improvement stores, like Home Depot or Lowes, and grocery stores are the Chase Freedom credit card's bonus categories for Q2 2019.
Plenty of credit cards offer elite loyalty status, but only Hilton has cards that provide one of my favorite hotel perks: free breakfast
When you have one of Hilton's two main credit cards, you'll get complimentary elite status in Hilton Honors, which comes with free breakfast.
Delta just took another step toward devaluing its rewards, but I’m still convinced SkyMiles are worth having
Delta SkyMiles were devalued again: Delta raised baseline "saver" prices for on Delta One (business class) flights between the US and Europe.
Until April 3, the three main Delta AmEx credit cards — the Gold, Platinum, and Reserve — are offering their highest-ever bonuses for new cardmembers.
Save up points with the best credit card reward programs. We break down what you need to know to pick the right credit card rewards and travel perks.
Having a Delta credit card gets you a free checked bag every time you fly the airline — here’s how to use the perk
If you have a Delta credit card, you and as many as eight travel companions will get free checked bags. All you have to do is book your flight and include your Delta frequent flyer number on the reservation.
Right now, there are 7 credit cards with bonuses of 100,000 points or more! Hotel cards from Marriott, Hilton, and IHG represent fantastic values.
IHG’s often-overlooked hotel credit card offers a free anniversary night each year — here’s how to use it
The IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card offers a free night certificate each year on your anniversary that you can use at any eligible Category 1–7 hotel.
The AmEx Platinum is available to active duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value
Here's how active duty US servicemembers can get the AmEx Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.