Managing Multiple “Birds” with Chrome, Increasing Credit Card Spend from your Couch, A Brand New Flavor of Serve & More!

week in review

Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from Frequent Miler during the week. Enjoy!

This Week From Frequent Miler

Managing multiples: the Chrome Switch Person capability rocks. Here’s why. – Chrome’s “Switch Person” functionality allows you to manage multiple accounts in an easier way than has been possible before.

Increase rewards, liquidate gift cards: New resource pages – Announcing the launch of new site resources including pages about how to increase rewards and liquidating Visa & Mastercard gift cards.

An easier (and now cheaper) way to increase credit card spend: Plastiq – Plastiq allows you to pay bills with a credit card. This week they announced a new promotion with decreased fees.

How to increase credit card spend from your couch, (almost) fee-free – How to combine American Express gift cards and Plastiq’s temporary reduced fee structure to generate credit card spend with almost no fee.

Bet You Didn’t Know: Avoid Getting Suckered by International ATM’s – Dynamic Currency Conversion is becoming more common at merchants and bank ATMs around the world. Don’t get fooled into using this service that almost always ends up costing you more money.

Amex serves up new version of Serve [developing story…] – American Express has revamped their Serve card lineup with the launch of a brand new Green card that carries a $4.95 monthly fee.

Have a great evening!

Last updated on December 31st, 2019

About Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Shawn Coomer has spent nearly a decade circling the globe for pennies on the dollar. He uses that first-hand knowledge and experience to teach others how to achieve their travel dreams for the least amount of money possible.

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