Good morning everyone. Yesterday, I shared the results of my Mini July App-O-Rama and today I will show you what the American Express Hilton Honors Business Credit Card looks like and the welcome letters that came with the new credit card. In tomorrow’s post, I will share screenshots of the benefits and features of the American Express Hilton Honors Business Credit Card. Here is what the front and back of the American Express Hilton Honors Business Credit Card looks like. It is a pretty credit card.
Updated 8/2/18 at 2pm PT: The current highest Chase IHG Rewards Premier Credit Card offer is 100,000 IHG points after spending $3,000 in 3 months + $50 statement credit after first purchase. Read this post for more info.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great weekend. I wanted to give a special thank you to the members of the Front Range Travel Hackers meetup group in Denver. I had a great time speaking with you guys on Saturday afternoon. I have a few other posts about Denver, but today, I wanted to talk about my mini July App-O-Rama. Last Wednesday, I applied for 2 new credit cards: the American Express Hilton Honors Business Credit Card and the Chase IHG Rewards Premier Credit Card. Let’s talk about the first card now.
Good morning everyone. A few months ago, I was approved for the American Express Hilton Aspire Credit Card (referral link). As part of sign up bonus, you get 100,000 Hilton Honors Points after spending $4,000 in 3 months, you get Hilton Diamond Elite Status as long as you have the credit card, $250 airline fee credit every calendar year, and a Free Weekend Night Certificate every cardmember anniversary (good for a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night stay at qualifying Hilton properties).
A few days ago, I received the following email from Hilton with the subject line of “Your Rewards has arrived!” with details of my Free Weekend Night Certificate. In today’s post, I will share how long it takes to get the Free Weekend Night Certificate and where you can see the code.
Good morning everyone. On May 15, I received my 100,000 Hilton Honors Points from my new American Express Hilton Aspire Credit Card (referral link). This credit card requires $4,000 in minimum spending within 3 months to get the 100,000 Hilton Honors Points. The strange thing is, I think I got the 100,000 Hilton Honors Points before I completed the full $4,000 in minimum spend. I believe I was a few hundred dollars short by May 15, but it looks like the $450 annual fee counted toward the $4,000 minimum spend. My friend recently got his 100,000 Hilton Honors Points and noticed the same thing. Let me see if I can dig a little deeper and see what is going on.
Happy Saturday, everyone! It’s the weekend, so let’s relax and have some laughs. I was thinking about how there are certain experiences we’ve all had that no matter how many times we conjure them up in our memories, they ALWAYS make us laugh. And since we all travel a lot, I wondered if any of your “always make me laugh out loud” experiences are travel-related. I have one that’s travel-related to share with you!
A few years ago, I was staying in an Embassy Suites. I was working while I stayed there, so I preferred to have housekeeping as little as possible. After a few days, it seemed to me that my room needed to be vacuumed. I looked in the hall and didn’t see a housekeeper. I did see a vacuum, though. I thought, why bother the housekeeper when it would only take me a few minutes to vacuum. Turns out the vacuum was broken and barely worked.