Good afternoon everyone, I hope your week is going well. My wife and I have been sitting on a lot of Southwest Airlines Points thanks to a combination of unused points from a Chase Southwest Airlines Priority Credit Card sign up bonus, referral bonus points, and diverting most of our travel to Alaska Airlines to reach MVP Elite Status. If you are also sitting on a stash of SWA points, this post might be useful to you. Did you know that you can use SWA points to pay for flights on other airlines? The only catch is that it has to be an international route that cannot be booked on www.southwest.com. To get started, sign into your SWA account, click the Rapid Rewards link, and then click Redeem Points for Gift Cards & More.
Good afternoon everyone. A few months ago, Marriott introduced an improvement to their Free Night Certificates where you could combine a Free Night Certificate with up to 15,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points to book a hotel room that cost more points that your Free Night Certificate is worth. To learn more about the process, read Marriott’s Free Night Award Top Off page. I finally had a chance to use this feature yesterday for an upcoming stay in Seattle. In this post, I will show you the booking process.
Sign into your Marriott Bonvoy account and go to the Activity tab to see your Free Night Certificates listed under the Earned Awards section. I had a 35K Free Night Certificate available from my Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card that expires later this year. I clicked on the How To Use Your Certificate link to get started.
Good afternoon everyone. A few month ago, I wrote My Experience Product Changing / Converting / Downgrading to the Citi Custom Cash Credit Card. In that post, I shared my experience product changing from the Citi AT&T Access More Credit Card to the Citi Custom Cash Credit Card. At the beginning of this year, I had 3 Citi AT&T Access More cards but by mid June, I had converted them all to Citi Custom Cash cards. In this post, I will share why I loved the Citi AT&T Access More and why I stopped loving the cards over the years.
First things first, the Citi AT&T Access More is no longer available to new applicants and Citi recently stopped allow people to product change to this card. With that info out of the way, here is why I used to love this card. Instead of a traditional sign up bonus, this card offered a $650 statement credit after you purchased a new AT&T phone. On September 20, 2016, I purchased a new AT&T phone (I honestly can’t remember which phone it was, but that’s not important). This card earns 3x Citi ThankYou Points on AT&T purchases and online purchases; 1x on everything else.
Good afternoon everyone. A few weeks ago, I did a mini app-o-rama and applied for 3 credit cards: Capital One Venture X Credit Card (read post), Chase IHG Rewards Premier Business Credit Card (read post), and Bank of America Alaska Airlines Credit Card.
In this post, I will show you the Bank of America Alaska Airlines card art, sign up bonus, and welcome letter. First things first, here is the front and back of the card. It is clean and nicely designed. I like that it has my Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Number on the back. It has a very similar style as the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Business Credit Card.
Good afternoon everyone. A few weeks ago, I did a mini app-o-rama and applied for 3 credit cards: Capital One Venture X Credit Card, Chase IHG Rewards Premier Business Credit Card (read post), and Bank of America Alaska Airlines Credit Card (read post).
In this post, I will show you the Venture X card art, welcome letter, brochure, and the online activation process. First things first, here is the front and back of the Venture X. It is not very flashy and looks very simple. On the back, there is a key icon. I figured out that you can hold the card up to the screen when you sign into the Capital One app to complete the Two Factor Authentication.