Many of you reading might be familiar with Chase’s new stricter rules for credit card approvals which started in late May/early June, 2015. Basically, Chase is trying to avoid churning and has instituted a hard rule of not approving certain Chase credit card applications for people that have signed up for 5 or more new credit cards in the past 24 months. Following is the summary of Chase's new rules for credit card approvals (also called the Chase 5/24 rule):
If you recently applied for a Citi credit card and received a message that your application is pending review, here is how to check your Citibank credit card application status. You can check your Citibank credit card application status both online and by telephone. By Telephone: Citi has an automated telephone line that you can […]
If you are considering applying for one or more Southwest credit cards in order to get the Southwest Companion Pass for 2018 and 2019 do not wait much longer! Here's why and here is a beginner's guide on how to earn the vary valuable Southwest Companion Pass.
Unless I get a decent retention offer, I plan to close my Citi ThankYou Premier card soon, so I have been reviewing all the Citi ThankYou points transfer partners in order to decide where to transfer my Citi Thank You points.
If you use Twitter, you might have participated or seen others participate in Twitter chats. If you are interested in participating in travel twitter chats, we have put together a current list of all travel twitter chats (with a brief explanation of how twitter chats work). We are also co-hosting a travel twitter chat this Thursday, so join us if you can.
Since I frequently fly Southwest Airlines, I rely on my time-tested strategies to make sure I get a good seat on every flight. One way to ensure a good seat on Southwest Airlines is to pay for EarlyBird Check-In. The cost of EarlyBird Check-In increased this year and nobody likes to spend any more money than they need to, so read below to find out when Early Bird Check-In is worth it and when it isn't.