Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from around the web. Enjoy!
This Week Around the Web
Citi App Strategy BEFORE New Rules (8/28): What to Consider & How to Maximize Apps – With Citi’s new rules apparently not going into effect for a couple of weeks, what should you consider when deciding which cards/card families to apply for.
The Trick to Save $75 on United Last Minute Bookings is Still Alive – This trick which allows you to save the close-in booking fees has been around awhile and is still going strong.
The Ultimate Rewards Ecosystem, My Card Strategy & Going for the Sapphire Reserve – A look at an overall Chase card strategy when it comes to Ultimate Rewards earning products.
Refinancing our home from 30 yrs fixed to 15 yrs fixed right after an app-o-rama – Some good tidbits about mortgages and applying for credit cards before getting one.
How We Booked a $14,000 Honeymoon for Under $400 – A good summary of the logistics of putting together that once in a lifetime honeymoon trip.
Where should you credit your miles and points. – With programs changing so much, it can be beneficial to learn the best place to credit miles. A new tool aims to help with that.
Want an AA Revenue-Earning Workaround? Here’s a Partial One – Booking with ThankYou points may be a way to earn more miles on your AA flights.
How to Still Earn 100% of Flown Miles on Cheap American Airlines Tickets – One AA partner still awards miles based on distance flown, but the program isn’t for everyone.
Have a great weekend!