Saturday, February 16, 2019

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Most of our favorite top-tier credit cards come with an annual travel credit to help defray the annual fees. Some of these credits are applied per calendar year, others per cardmember year. Some require a type of registration to...
We’re big fans of the Priority Pass network and its excess of 1,250 lounges across 143 countries. Last year, the network added “lounge alternatives,” granting $28 to $30 off the bill at select airport restaurants and bars for each...
To kick off 2019 American Airlines is offering a deep discount on AAdvantage miles, reducing the price for buying miles from 3.17 cents per mile to as low as 2.14 cents per mile. Since mileage purchases are limited to...
We’ve spent a lot of time this year at Credit Card Pro analyzing the rewards and benefits of our core premium credit cards plus providing strategies and tips on how to travel smarter. In case you missed an article...
Global Entry is a trusted traveler program that allows travelers to bypass the traditional immigration and customs lines to enter the United States through self-check-in. We’re huge fans of this program here at CreditCardPro, especially since membership is free...
The U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite® Card is a lesser-known yet powerful credit card that competes with Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Luxury Card Mastercard® Gold Card™, and The Platinum Card® from American Express. It’s the top-tier credit card product...
All airlines offer the option to purchase points in their mileage programs, but they’re typically sold way above market value. So we typically don’t recommend buying them. However, when Alaska Airlines runs one of its mileage purchase promos with...
Arguably our favorite benefit of The Platinum Card® from American Express is the complimentary access to The Centurion Lounge Network. And with the September 27thopening of the card’s signature, state-of-the-art lounge at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport , card...
If you’ve traveled lately, you’ve likely noticed that airport lounges seem to be getting more and more crowded. There are even some time restrictions in place for specific lounges as well as limited “access hours” for those not flying...
Maybe you want to secure a table for six at a popular restaurant over a busy graduation weekend in Boston.  Perhaps you want premium seats to Hamilton in New York City during Fashion Week. Or you want to get...

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