IHG Rewards Club Premier Master Card Review

The IHG Rewards Club Premier Master Card is a great travel rewards credit card. You currently can earn 100,000 bonus points when signing up, worth $500 or up to 20 free nights. You also get a free night at any of over 4,000 hotels worldwide (worth $200) for its annual fee of $89 each year and instant Platinum status in … Continue reading

Radisson Rewards Premier Visa Card Review

The Radisson Rewards Premier Visa Signature card by US Bank is the replacement of the Club Carlson Visa card. In addition to the new name and design, you get a few changes in perks for the card. It’s a small improvement and I recommend to get and hold the card, despite the loss of a lot of benefits over the … Continue reading

New basic American Express Hilton Honors Card launched!

American Express became the exclusive issuer of Hilton Honors affiliated credit cards in January 2018 and is now offering 4 business and personal cards. The AmEx Hilton Honors card carries no annual fee, eliminates the previous foreign exchange fee and offers the most basic benefits of all their cards. It’s designed for infrequent travel and anybody who is not comfortable with … Continue reading

Hilton Honors changes 2018: more points & perks for frequent guests!

Hilton made big changes in 2017 to their Honors rewards program and is continuing to tune the program in 2018: They are simplifying the earning structure, with additional points for the most frequent guests, allow the roll-over of status nights, introduce gifting of status and introduce free breakfast for Gold and Diamond members at Waldorf Astoria properties. Similar to other award … Continue reading

My everyday travel rewards credit card – Citibank Prestige

The Citibank Prestige MasterCard has been my go-to travel card for a while. Effective July23rd, 2017, there will be a number of changes to the benefits of the card. And, as is usually the case in the points & miles world, those changes add up to a devaluation. But the (rewards) world doesn’t end – the card retains its high … Continue reading