Buenos dias everyone! Back in November, I was able to snag two economy tickets from San Francisco to Auckland, New Zealand for a jaw-dropping $395 per person roundtrip, nonstop on Air New Zealand. (My understanding is tickets twice that price would still be a good deal – right now, the lowest price I see for these flights through the end of 2018 is $1,150). I used Citi Thank You Points from my Citi Prestige Credit Card to book these tickets at a value of 1.25 cents per point (so a little over 63,000 points total).
At first, I avoided making any further plans because I thought the tickets might get canceled – but after a couple of months, I was pretty confident that they would stick. I eventually booked tickets from Mexico City to San Francisco (using American Express Membership Rewards points with the 35% AMEX Platinum Card rebate), and a few days before our trip, I finally started sketching out our plan.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great weekend. During my recent App-O-Rama, I applied for the new American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card. Even though I didn’t get instantly approved, I received a call from American Express asking me if I wanted to close 2 existing American Express credit cards so that I could be approved for the new American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card. Long story short, I closed my existing American Express Hilton Honors Ascend Credit Card and American Express SPG Business Credit Card in order to be approved for the new American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card. The decision was pretty easy to make, considering both credit cards just had annual fees post and I didn’t want to keep those credit cards another year.
Fast forward to now and my closed American Express credit cards still show up in my online account. In this post, I will show you how to remove a closed American Express credit or charge card from your online account. This process will work for open credit / charge cards, personal and business cards, and authorized user cards. The first thing you need to do is log into your American Express online account.
Good afternoon everyone, happy Friday. If you are stuck in the cold, you might be thinking about taking a vacation to a warm, sunny destination. Maybe Palm Springs crossed your mind with their warm, year-round climate. Not to mention, this is the second weekend of Coachella, which is a short drive away. I just received a timeshare vacation package offer in the mail for the beautiful Westin Mission Hills Resort & Villas in Palm Springs. They have several beautiful photos of the resort, but here are just 2 that stood out to me. The timeshare vacation package includes 5 days / 4 nights in a 1 bedroom villa, 2 tickets on the Palm Springs aerial tramway, and a $100 gift card to Pacifica Restaurant, a nearby restaurant serving steak and local dishes. The cost of the timeshare vacation package? Just $389, but if you don’t know when you want to go, a $200 down payment is all that is required. The timeshare vacation package is addressed to me and includes a unique preferred invitation number, but if you want to participate in this offer, you can try calling or emailing the contact info on the letter.
Good morning everyone. I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post: American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card: Welcome Packet, Welcome Letters & Card Art. In today’s post, I am going to share with you the Hilton $60,000 spend tracker, mention the referral bonus, and go through all the card benefits. American Express packs a lot of card benefits into this credit card and shows a few of their most popular card benefits right on the card home page. Let’s examine each card benefit one at a time, starting with the $60,000 spend tracker to get a free weekend night certificate.
Good morning everyone. A few days ago, I wrote about my American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card approval process and how quickly you are upgraded to Hilton Diamond Elite Status after getting approved. In today’s post, I am going to unbox the American Express Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card welcome packet, details from the welcome letters, and show you the front and back card art. Luckily, when I was on the phone with American Express, I requested that the credit card be expedited to me. I received an email on Monday morning that my new credit card was shipped, and by Tuesday afternoon, the new credit card arrived via UPS Next Day Air.