Disclosure: I receive NO compensation from credit card affiliate partnerships. Support the blog by applying for a card through my personal referral links
A lucrative 100k offer is available, but should you go for it? As the world battles a challenge, more immigration restrictions seem to be the norm in the short term. Here’s a quick recap of the stories I covered this week on The Points Pundit.
In this post, I argue whether the 100k offer on the Chase Ink card is really worth it. It requires a lot more spending. If you’re sitting on the fence about this offer, then have a look at the post to make a decision on which offer may be better for you.
In this post, I discuss the impact of Covid-19 and how it’s going to reshape miles and points credit cards. We could see new restrictions, welcome bonuses and spend requirements.
In a surprise announcement, President Trump announced that he’d be suspending immigration to the U.S. Contrary to the announcement, the actual executive order only included a 60 day ban on green card processing.
In this post, I analyze how marketing departments in travel companies are thinking. I outline strategies they may employ in the form of offers and deals in order to earn your business.
Whenever an airline goes bankrupt, customers worry about the future of their miles and travel credits. In this case, banks like American Express have already halted points transfers.
As airlines and hotels tap into loyalty programs to raise cash, miles and points are being sold with deep discounts. Such offers may continue in the short run. However, does it make sense to buy at a time when there’s no clear sign of travel normalizing in the upcoming days?
This card is currently offering a 50,000 points bonus and a 0% Intro APR for 1 year, with a $0 annual fee!