Good morning everyone, I hope you had an exciting Amazon Prime Day(s). I was reading Doctor of Credit and saw a deal that didn’t get much attention: Radisson Rewards: 25% Back On Awards, 15% Back On Giftcard Purchases. I have a stash of Radisson Rewards Point since I cancelled 5 nights at various Radisson Blu hotels in Ireland, so I was curious what kind of gift card deals were offered. In this post, I will show you what kind of gift card deals are available and explain why I redeemed 268,000 Radisson Rewards Points for $400 in Visa Gift Cards. To get started, sign into your Radisson Rewards account and click this link to enroll in the current promo. For gift card redemptions, you can get a 15% rebate when you redeem points between now and October 25. Redemptions start as low as 7,000 points for a $10 gift card.
Good morning everyone, I hope your week is going well. Last month, I wrote about a Great Timeshare Vacation Package Deal with Wyndham. With that deal, you had to book by October 15 and complete your stay by November 24. Today, Wyndham extended the offer by several weeks, so now you have to book by December 26 and complete your stay by January 2, 2021. As a reminder, you can get a 3 day / 2 night vacation package for only 7,500 Wyndham Rewards Points. That’s 7,500 points total, not per night. You must book through this special link and attend a 2 hour timeshare presentation. Keep reading to see the 6 cities / resorts participating in this timeshare vacation package deal.
Updated 10/7/2020 at 12pm PT: El Al Israel Airlines just sent out this email to their members letting them know that their American Express Membership Rewards partnership is ending on December 31, 2020. A screenshot of the email is included below.
Good morning everyone, I hope your weekend is going well. 2 months ago, I wrote Changes to American Express Credit Card Terms (Bye Ameriprise, Third Party Purchases, Foreign Currency & Cash Advances). Like clockwork, American Express likes to make regular monthly updates to their credit card terms. I was reviewing my recent American Express credit card statements this morning and spotted a few changes that I thought you might like to know about. Some of these changes raise some questions or do not provide exact answers, but I will do my best to decipher and interpret the changes. If you have differing thoughts / opinions about how to interpret these changes, please let me know in the comments section.
To get started, I reviewed all the recent credit card statements on all my AMEX cards and decided to use screenshots from my American Express Gold Card since it covered all the changes. Most of these changes affect several other AMEX cards. Here is a brief overview of the upcoming changes (AMEX Send Account, cash advances & additional card annual membership fees), but I will go into more detail on subsequent screenshots.
Good morning everyone, welcome to October and the start of Q4 (aka the Holiday Season). 7 months ago, I started sharing my thoughts regarding working from home in a series of Work from Home Diary posts. It’s been more than 3 months since my last diary post (Work from Home Diary: Eating in Restaurants & Sunburns at the Beach (SoCal Update)), but I thought it would be fun to share what working from home is like, 7 months later.
First off, Laura and I are very fortunate that our families have stayed healthy and safe throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic and that we are both still employed (*knock on wood*). Even before I first became aware of COVID-19, I worked from home 2-3 days a week. Since March 1, I transitioned to working from home 5 days a week. The transition process was pretty easy since my home office was already set up. As long as a I have an internet connection and power to charge my laptop, I can work literally anywhere in the world. Thunder and lightning storms, power outages, and smoke from multiple nearby fires has made me feel a little uneasy the last few months. Every time I think to myself, “Oh 2020, how can things get worse?” something undoubtedly new pops up to remind me that life is truly unpredictable.
Good morning everyone. Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of being a guest / co-host on the Miles to Memories Podcast. I spoke with Shawn Coomer (MtM Founder) and Mark Ostermann (MtM Managing Editor), while Joe Cheung took the day/night off. We talked about my British Airways / Match.com love story, our pre-honeymoon to Moorea, and our upcoming road trip to Carmel / Monterey. Subscribe to the podcast here or click the play button below to stream the podcast. Have a great day everyone.