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$15 back with each dine in major cities through this app

Yesterday, a member of the Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook group posted something about using an app I hadn’t heard of before: Seated. If you like to dine out and live in a city served by the app, this one is worth a look because you can earn $15 back every time you dine. Seated is an app that allows you to make restaurant reservations. I’ve used similar apps like Open Table in the past. What sets…

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How to dodge Plastiq cash advance fees

Plastiq is a bill payment service that lets you pay almost any bill with a credit card in exchange for a 2.5% fee.  Paying rent, tuition, or other big expenses through Plastiq can be a great way to meet minimum spend requirements for new credit cards. For more details about Plastiq, please see: Complete guide to Plastiq credit card payments. But, if you try to pay a new recipient with a Visa credit card, you…

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Last Chance Deals: Bonus Avios, Big JetBlue offer, negative-cost Visa gift cards and more

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some of the best ongoing deals around. Don’t forget that today is the last day for a 40% transfer from Membership Rewards to Avios. I’m actually hoping to have a few minutes to take a look at that one today because of Iberia’s solid pricing on business class between New York and Europe. Furthermore, while we haven’t heard a firm…

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A Southwest re-valuation, how not to get ripped off, and the softer side of Citi

Southwest Companion Pass without flying

Welcome to this week’s Frequent Miler Week in Review around the web, where we recap some great reads from this week around the ‘net. Highlights of the day include a change in the value of Southwest points and what it’s like flying Norwegian’s 787 to Europe. Read on for a possible change in policy at Citibank, how to make sure British Airways doesn’t rip you off, and where to go for your next weekend trip.…

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From building your credit to making Equifax pay

Welcome to this week in review here at Frequent Miler, where we recap the top stories of the week. From building teenage credit to how you might get compensated for Equifax’s massive leak, we’ve got the news you can use. Read on for this week this morning. Building (and viewing) teenage credit Do you have kids? Have you taken any steps to prep them for a life of good credit and the financial advantages it…

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Hawaii on sale: flights from around the US and Canada

Scott’s Cheap Flights is listing deals from a ton of cities in the US and Canada to Hawaii. While not all of the prices are hot, the breadth of the sale means there are many cities that don’t often see sales with good prices to Hawaii. Furthermore, departures from Canada can be a great deal, with round trip flights from Montreal and Toronto ringing in around $456. The sales are good to Maui (OGG), Kona (KOA),…

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The Fine Print: Equifax Data Breach, What It Means Today*

Disclaimer: The following is not legal advice. If you have been affected by Equifax’s data breach and are in need of representation, submit an inquiry at Bachuwa Law.  I titled this post with an asterisk as every day brings about new developments to this massive data breach story. Going off the numbers, it is not far-fetched to say that it is more likely than not that your personal information may have been exposed as a…

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Free Netflix subscription, Pandora Premium 90-day trial with T-Mobile

As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve been with T-Mobile for a few months now with intentions to leave — but they keep adding to the value and making it difficult to jump ship. Today, T-Mobile has begun offering a free 2-screen Netflix subscription to all T-Mobile subscribers with 2+ lines on a T-Mobile ONE plan (notably excluding the 2-for-$100 plan and the T-Mobile Unlimited 55+ plan). That’s a value of $9.99/month. And if you want a…

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Last Chance Deals: 40% British Airways transfer bonus and is the Prestige bonus ending?

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some of the best ongoing deals around. This week, a nice Amex transfer bonus to British Airways is scheduled to end and the Citi Prestige 75K offer is rumored to be ending soon as well. Additionally, we have a number of offers scheduled to end in the coming few weeks under “other limited-time offers”. All that and more below. Without…

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