Good morning everyone. A few days ago, Frequent Miler wrote a post that Citi Thank You Points Transfers to JetBlue were getting better (1,000 : 1,000 transfers), so I wanted to check out transfer times from all the major credit card programs. I wrote a similar post about Transfer Times to KLM / Air France and Transfer Times to Singapore Airlines. I tested transfers from American Express Membership Rewards Points, Citi Thank You Points, and Chase Ultimate Rewards Points. I was going to try a transfer from Marriott Rewards to JetBlue, but the conversion was so bad, I couldn’t do it (see the screenshots below). JetBlue TrueBlue Points do not have a fixed value and they can range in value from 1 cent up to 2.5 cents, if you find the right redemption. In some cases, you are better off paying for JetBlue travel than redeeming JetBlue TrueBlue Points.
But with that said, sometimes it makes sense to transfer points into your JetBlue account. I started with a transfer from American Express Membership Rewards Points since you can transfer in 250 point increments. Unfortunately, since JetBlue is an American airline, American Express charges a fee for the transfer, either 30 Membership Rewards Points or 15 cents. The amount of the fee varies depending on the number of points you transfer.
If you’ve never had the small business version of the Amex Platinum Card and business is going well, this is a great offer. The card is available not just to formal business owners but also sole proprietors and even those who do consulting or freelance work on the side. This offer ends August 8, 2018.
Good morning everyone, happy Saturday. In today’s post, I will show you what to do when AMEX Offers are hiding/missing from your online account. I’m not sure if this in intentional or accidental, or if American Express is beta testing something, but when I logged into my American Express online account Friday morning, the AMEX Offers section was totally missing. This only happened when I logged into my business American Express online account. However, when I logged into my personal American Express online account (shown in the second picture), the AMEX Offers section showed up in the correct spot. Luckily, there is a very simple solution to see your AMEX Offers.
In this month’s updates, there are some major and minor changes. I reviewed the changes to my American Express Blue Cash Everyday Credit Card and there are some changes that affect cash back credit cards. I also reviewed the changes to my American Express EveryDay Credit Card that earns Membership Rewards Points, and there are some changes there too. Lastly, some changes affect all types of credit cards. There is a lot to cover, so I will try to bold the most important stuff.
American Express will look at your credit report and may use the info for marketing purposes, to evaluate your account, and more.
American Express (and their affiliates and partners) may contact you at any phone number or email address to service your account or collect past due amounts.
American Express will specify when and how frequent you can use the Plan It feature.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great Memorial Day Weekend. I had a great time in San Diego, walking around the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, drinking at Stone Brewery, and visiting the USS Midway. Over the weekend, I also started planning my Eurotrip around southeastern Europe. I made a really silly / stupid award booking mistake, and I want to share it with my readers so you can learn from my mistake and not make the same mistake.
After doing some award searching, I found this award ticket on Air Canada for 37,500 Air Canada Aeroplan miles. The price was higher than the 30,000 United Airlines miles, but I am trying to save my Chase Ultimate Reward Points and I had a stash of Air Canada Aeroplan miles that I wanted to redeem.