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Outdoor Dining at Nobu Malibu

A note from Greg the Frequent Miler:  In November 2017, Barclaycard offered to send me on an all-expense-paid first class trip to California to learn about the new Uber credit card. Their goal was clearly to butter me up to write good things about the card. Conflict of interest? Absolutely. Was I interested anyway? You bet — it sounded awesome.  Plus, there were no explicit strings attached.  In other words, there was no requirement for…

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The other Morgan Stanley Amex is worth a look

The other day, as I was researching details for my post comparing the many flavors of Amex Platinum cards, I made a big mistake with the Morgan Stanley Platinum card.  Something I read that day made me think that they had dropped the benefit that gives you the first authorized user for free.  I was wrong (thanks to Eric and Adam for pointing that out!).  That feature is alive and well, so I updated yesterday’s…

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Bet You Didn’t Know: Dining bonuses without expensive dining checks

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By Julian, author of Devil’s Advocate…   Frequent Miler readers are likely familiar with the Rewards Network dining programs, which allow you to earn airline or hotel miles when you dine out at certain restaurants. These programs used to be significantly more lucrative than they are today, but it’s still useful to make sure all your credit cards are stored in at least one of these programs. That way you’ll be pleasantly surprised when a dozen extra…

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Earn 2000 miles from your first dine. AA, Delta, and/or US Airways.

If you’re not already enrolled in these dining programs, this is an easy way to score a few miles. Sign up with one of the programs shown below and you’ll earn 2000 miles after you spend $30 or more at a participating restaurant and complete a review of the restaurant within 30 days.  You must signup with the credit card you’ll use to pay. American AAdvantage dining promotion — join by August 30, 2014 US…

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