This summary post actually covers the last two weeks since I posted just a couple of times this week and did not do a summary last week. I will not cover every post written in the last weeks as some are no longer relevant.
It is so funny how time gets away from you. My plan had been to have several posts scheduled for this past week while I was gone so that I would still have at least two posts per day as well as do some additional posts while I traveled. Well, I ran out of time to schedule those posts and I ended up using a majority of my flight time to get rest in between continents so those posts didn’t happen either! Oh well, back at it again this week!
This post is actually from when the limited-time offer increased, but it may be worth looking at if you were considering one of the SPG cards. I think the 5,000 point bonus increase on this card is worth quite a bit more than the 10,000 point bonus increase that we see on the Chase Ink Plus. So, you have until tomorrow to sign-up if interested!
I love technology and how it helps us travel and with our day-to-day life. But, sometimes the simple pen is still a time-saving travel tool, and one I forgot at the wrong time! Fortunately, on this last trip, I had 10 pens just in case. 🙂
This is an award sale on Alaska Airlines and there are some good deals. But this sale ends today so check it out if you had missed it before!
Here is a neat way for churning an American Express card without even having to open a new account. If you want Hilton points, check this out!
When limited-time offers come up on credit cards, they may not always be the best deal, or even better than the one that replaces it. In this case, that is true. You can now get the Marriott business card with 70,000 points and no annual fee the first year!
The Marriott Premier credit card has several different offers available. This post looks at the variety of offers, everything from big point offers to offers with big statement credits.
If you want to fly on Emirates or Etihad’s business class cabins aboard the A380, here is a way you can purchase those tickets for much less than normal costs. Plus, you get to start from Europe (and head to the US through the UAE).
This giveaway is now closed. If you entered this giveaway to guess the steps I would take during my trip around the world, you will find out tomorrow if you have won! I was even surprised a bit by the final total!
Travel planning can be fairly easy if you are used to it, but even if you are, there are times when you may feel like you are losing your mind a little bit. Ever happen to you? 🙂
If you want cheap, prepaid international data, the Google Project Fi program may just be for you. Here is a review of how this service works abroad.
This was a project that was months in the works with training and planning and, just like that, it is all over. In less than 168 hours, I went from getting on a plane to fly and run around the world to sitting back in my living room again. Air travel is certainly amazing! Watch for more posts about this big trip, how it was booked, reviews along the way, and the running aspect.