Author: Jason Steele
Airlines are just like people – some are generous, some are cheap. Learning their personalities can save your frequent-flier miles.
You’ve seen the signs in the terminal for airport lounges. Maybe you’ve wondered if they’re worth the price. Answer: not usually.
The FAA’s recent shutdown meant the airlines shouldn’t have collected some federal taxes. But rather than pass the savings along to customers, many airlines pocketed them. That kind of behavior might be more rule than exception.
Earning free miles on your airline credit card is easy. Redeeming them, however, can sometimes seem as difficult as flying the plane yourself. But here are some clever ways to cut through the confusing rules.
Extreme couponing is extremely popular these days. But if there’s a backlash coming, let’s start right here…
After a rough couple of years, airline credit cards are once again taking off. A slew of new and updated cards have been released recently. Here’s the lowdown on each one.
Airlines profits are up, their prices are up, their fees are up. And that can get a traveler down. Here’s how to fight back.
When a credit card claims it offers “rewards,” make sure you’re the one benefiting from it – and not the credit card company.
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