Good morning everyone, I hope you enjoyed reading yesterday’s post: Redeem Wyndham Rewards Points Part 1: Transfer Points to Airline Miles & Timeshare Fees. For today’s post, I will cover transferring points from Wyndham Rewards to Caesars Rewards (and vice versa), calculate the transfer times for each direction, and share a tip on how to extend your Wyndham Rewards Points expiration date. To get started, sign into your Wyndham Rewards account and then go to the Caesars Rewards page.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great weekend. A few weeks ago, I noticed that some of my Wyndham Rewards Points were set to expire later this year, so I went down the rabbit hole and looked at various redemption options available for Wyndham Rewards Points. For part 1, I am going to cover transferring Wyndham Rewards Points to airline miles (which airlines are available, what are the transfer ratios, and what are the transfer times) and cover some of the timeshare fees (brief overview). Check out part 2 where I cover transferring Wyndham Rewards Points to Caesars Rewards Points (and transfers back) and a way to extend the expiration date of your Wyndham Rewards Points.
To get started, I signed into my Wyndham Rewards account and went to the More Ways to Redeem page. From there, I clicked on Points Transfer Partners.
Good morning everyone, I hope your weekend is off to a great start. A few months ago, I applied for the US Bank Business Leverage Visa Credit Card. The credit card offers $750 cash back after spending $7,500 in 4 months. I had a large bill to pay via Plastiq and used this credit card to meet the minimum spending requirement. (FYI, there is also a US Bank Business Cash Rewards Mastercard Credit Card that offers $500 cash back after spending $3,000 in 3 months – I will probably get this business credit card next.)
The sign up bonus posted on my first credit card statement and posted as US Bank Rewards Points (kind of like Altitude Reserve Points on the US Bank Altitude Reserve Credit Card, but these points are worth 1 cent each for all rewards). Instead of redeeming my points for cash back, I enrolled my new credit card in US Bank Real Time Rewards (RTR) and made 2 purchases to redeem the bulk of my US Bank Rewards Points. Here is what I learned about my new credit card and the RTR process.
Good morning everyone, I hope your week is going well. A few months ago, I wrote about the Barclays Wyndham Rewards Earner Business Credit Card Application & Reconsideration Process along with the Strange Things About my New Barclays Wyndham Rewards Earner Business Credit Card. A few days ago, my friend Brian reached out to me about this credit card to ask if I had noticed an issue with category bonus points not posting or posting slowly to my Wyndham Rewards account:
Have you noticed a delay (or non-posting) of points greater than 1x in the bonus categories with your card?
My first statement recently closed. On it, I had charges for 3 different utilities (water, gas, and electric). Two of the three even had the merchant category as utilities (water was from my municipality; so, merchant code was “government services”). However, none of my charges received the supposed 5x on utilities. I’m curious whether you’ve had similar experiences with your card for 8x on gas or 5x on marketing, advertising services, and utilities?
As a reminder, this credit card earns 8x at Wyndham Hotels and at gas stations; 5x on marketing, advertising services, and utilities; and 1x on everything else.
After digging into my credit card statements and searching on FlyerTalk, here is what I found out…
Good morning everyone, happy Presidents’ Day and I hope you had a great Valentine’s Day weekend too. If you have no plans this coming Saturday (February 20), I highly recommend attending the FTU Virtual Seminar (tickets available for $25). The seminar starts on Saturday at 11am ET / 8am PT. I really enjoyed attending the first FTU Virtual Seminar back on December 12 and I’m sure this seminar will be just as entertaining and educational. If you have the FTU Online Annual Membership, you can attend the seminar for free.
If you registered for the seminar on Saturday, but are unable to watch the live stream, you can access the recording of the seminar and watch later on. This is also a great way to re-watch your favorite presentations and catch any details that you originally missed.