Category Archives: Travel Cards

JetBlue Unveils Details of Its New MasterCards from Barclaycard

JetBlue MasterCardJetBlue announced last year that it would be parting ways with American Express as its co-branded credit card partner. Instead, new cards would be issued by Barclaycard and processed on the Mastercard network. Today, JetBlue finally released details of its new suite of credit cards, including information about its new customer sign-up bonuses which require relatively little spending.
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Year-End Credit Card Offers Checklist

ChecklistAs the end of the year approaches, so too does the end date for a number of credit card deals and offers. Have you taken advantage of all of the deals that are available to you?

Make sure you’re not leaving any money on the table and run through our checklist of credit card deals or benefits expiring soon, as well as a few reminders and tips that are especially relevant as the calendar year comes to a close.
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Double Stay, Double Go: Earn Double Rewards with Either Marriott or United in November

Double Stay Double GoIn a unique cross-marketing promotion called “Double Stay, Double Go,” eligible Chase co-branded credit cards from Marriott and United will be offering double the rewards on respective purchases this holiday season.

Between November 1 and November 30, 2015, Marriott Rewards Premier cardholders will earn double points on purchases with United® and eligible United MileagePlus Explorer, Club and Presidential Plus cardholders will earn double miles on purchases at Marriott® properties.
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Platinum Card from Amex Now Comes With Complimentary Hilton Gold Status

Amex Platinum HHonors GoldThose who got in on the previous 100,000 point offer for the Platinum Amex card should be happy to know that their deal got even better. American Express has rather quietly added a new benefit for its Platinum Card and Business Platinum Card members. Now, Platinum cardmembers are eligible to enroll in complimentary Hilton HHonors™ Gold status without having to meet any minimum stay requirements. Cardmembers will maintain Gold status as long as they keep their card in good standing.

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