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 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, I hope you all had a great weekend and a Merry Christmas (if you celebrated the holiday). Since 2020 is almost over (thank goodness!), let’s review My Wildly Ambitious 2020 Airline, Hotel & Credit Card Predictions. To be honest, I totally forgot that I wrote this post and I haven’t looked at it since it was published on December 30, 2019. Here is what I wrote last year for my predictions and my thoughts on each prediction (correct in green and wrong in red):
My 2020 Airline Predictions
- Alaska, American, Delta, or United will introduce a “Cash and Miles” payment option for award tickets. Clarification: This is not to be confused with Delta’s “Pay with Points” option where you get 1 CPP for each Delta SkyMiles for paid flights. I’m thinking more along the lines of the way British Airways and Avianca do it for award tickets. No? I haven’t booked any airline tickets in 9+ months, but I don’t think this prediction came true.
- Allegiant Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Sun Country will announce a merger, but I’m not sure who will merge with who. No, there were no airline mergers in 2020 among these airlines, but I expect to see some mergers of domestic and international airlines next year.
Good morning everyone, Merry Christmas Eve! As 2020 winds to a close, I wanted to share 10 things I am thankful for this year. I hope you can relate to some of these things and have other things you are thankful for as well. If you want, please share what you are thankful for in the comments. Without further ado, here is what I am thankful for in 2020:
It goes without saying, but I am very thankful for my wife, Laura. She has been my constant stay at home companion and has made this year special. I don’t know what I would do without her. I’ve enjoyed watching TV shows, Hallmark movies, BBQing and making dinner, baking cookies, going for walks around our neighborhood, helping me with puzzles, and much more. I am also very proud that she finished her Masters Degree this year. She is incredible and I love her so much. Continue reading