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Last Chance Deals: Tons Of Gift Card Deals, 150% LifeMiles Bonus, Black Friday Deals & More

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some other deals that are due to end soon. There are lots of deals ending this week including the increased $35 TopCashback signup bonus. If you haven’t signed up for TopCashback before, you’ve been missing out on some excellent cashback rates; getting $35 for doing it now should be all the incentive you need. There are numerous gift card deals…

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Spoiled low-hanging fruit, opportunities to grab now, Hyatt disappointment and more

This week around the web: the spoiling of low-hanging fruit through BankDirect that likely spells the end of one avenue to easy miles. Also, read about opportunities to scoop up while you can: from LATAM flights to book while they’re reasonable on miles to some quintuple-stacks that might amp up your game. Those and more in our week in review around the web. BankDirect Accounts for AA Miles Decimated – Will 1099 Miles I recently…

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Easy money, easy elite nights, earning more rewards and more

In this week’s reader feedback section, we address what there’s left to say about that Mint coin deal and we talk easy ways for you to pick up more credit card spend without picking up debt. We also touch on the easy money you’re (probably) leaving on the table from the banks and why you should be motivated to go after more of it. That and more in our weekly Frequent Miler on the Air…

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5 easy ways to increase credit card spend without going broke

Best Everywhere Else Credit Cards

Credit card companies offer huge incentives for opening new credit card accounts.  50,000 point offers used to be considered big, but these days 60K, 70K, and 80K offers dominate.  Most of these offers, though, require more than being approved for a new card.  You must also meet big minimum spend requirements before you can get the bounty of rewards.  See our Best Offers Page to find the best credit card deals. What if you want…

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Searching for Hyatt SLH extreme luxury

Last week, One Mile at a Time wrote “AMAZING: Redeem Hyatt Points At $2,350+ Per Night Nicaraguan Private Island.”  This got my attention.  Calala Island is an all-inclusive resort that is part of SLH (Small Luxury Hotels of the World).  SLH, meanwhile, partners with Hyatt on some, but not all of their properties.  Over time, the partnership has  steadily added more and more member hotels (you can find info and an up-to-date list here).  With…

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Book Marriott meeting online for $100, get 10 elite nights

As we approach the end of the year, some of us are looking at our elite status situation and realizing that we haven’t yet met our goals.  If you were hoping to reach high level elite status with Marriott, please take a look at our recently re-published post: 12 Shortcuts to Marriott Platinum Elite status (2019 edition).  In this post, we’ll drill into one of the 12 shortcuts: get 10 elite nights by booking a…

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Last Chance Deals: 20% Off All 3rd Party Gift Cards, Several Transfer Bonuses & More

Last chance deals

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some other deals that are due to end soon. It’s coming to the end of another month which means there’s a higher than normal number of deals expiring this week. Until Thursday, you can get $20 off your next shop when buying $100 of any third party gift card brand at Stop & Shop. Also ending are several transfer bonuses…

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Is Turkish a bad deal? An easy deal most of us missed, a terrible Hertz change and more

This week around the web, we have a number of good reads from the last two weeks as I missed the chance to highlight some of these last weekend. From an argument I can’t buy about Turkish to the latest reason I’m not a Hertz can and the dead deal too many of us missed, here are some choice reads from around the ‘net. Let’s Be Honest – Turkish Airlines Is Not The Deal Of…

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