Weekly Summary

Sunday Summary: A Better IHG Offer, Getting the Most Value From Chase, The Club Carlson Card As An Everyday Card, Going From Zero to Gold in 7 Hours, And More!

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Written by Charlie

Welcome back to this week’s Sunday Summary! This is a chance to get a glimpse of the posts from throughout the week so you can catch what you may have missed.

Great Amex Offers: 20% Rebate At The Gas Pump (on $25 Spend) and 20% Rebate On Gift Cards (on $50 Spend At Lowes)

American Express is really hitting the offers lately. This latest one gives you $5 back on $25 spending at a gas station and gives you $10 back on $50 spend at Lowes – where you can buy gift cards for almost anyplace!

Lotteries Open For Two Great Marathons – And A Great Credit Card To Start For Free Travel

Lotteries have opened for two big marathons and this post also gives you a great credit card to start your free travel plans with.

A Better IHG Card Offer – Extra 2,000 Points Just For Applying!

The IHG card currently offers 70,000 points, but applying through this link gives you an extra 2,000 points just for applying!

Rotating Chase Cards – Extracting the Most Value From Chase

Chase has a lot of great cards! This post gives you an overview and some tips on rotating them to gain the most value from Chase cards.

Several Gift Cards On Sale Using Southwest Points

While not the best value, it is possible to pickup some savings if you want to trade your Southwest points for some gift cards.

Good Deal: iPad Air 128GB with 4G/LTE For $559

Another great iPad deal this week – the top-end iPad Air with LTE for only $559. Hopefully, any of you interested in it got it before it disappeared!

Credit Cards For The Person Who Has Them All – The Korean Airline Cards

Sometimes you have hit all of the great cards and are looking around for some other options. Here are two cards that may give you some variety.

Book One Of The Best Award Redemptions Before It Is Too Late – The 30K Trip To Europe

One of the best awards available is the 30,000 mile roundtrip to Europe with US Airways. Sure, the AA off-peak option gives some great value as well, if you want to use as few miles as possible, this is the award to book before it is too late.

Maximize Your Credit Card Bonuses With A Strategy

It is always helpful to have a strategy and this post helps you formulate a strategy for your credit card bonuses.

Will The British Airways Visa Be Worth Using At All Soon?

The British Airways card is changing its earning chart next month so this post looks at whether it is worth using and what cards may give better value.

Southwest 35% Bonus – Running the Numbers

There is a new Southwest bonus out, but does it make sense? Check out this post for an analysis of the value.

The Club Carlson Premier As An Everyday Hotel Card

The Club Carlson card gives a lot of value with its sign-up bonus but also presents some great value as an everyday card. This post looks at the value and how to do it.

Get The Easiest 50,000 Miles Before It Is Too Late – US Airways Card

The clock is winding down on this fantastic offer. Get the card and miles before it is too late.

Check Your E-Mail – $50 Off $200 Expedia Hotels and 30% Off Oakley

Check your e-mail for these great offers!

Deal of the Day: Pearl Izumi Running Shoes Up To 52% Off

Amazon had another great deal for the runner with these shoes.

Great Deal: GoPro HERO4 Black – $100 Off

The king of action cameras was on sale yet again at a great price.

From Zero To Gold In 7 Hours – Status Matching For oneworld Sapphire

Elite status can be a big help. This post chronicles the fastest status match I have ever received and how you can do it too.

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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