I’m a huge fan of miles and points (just in case you missed that theme around here). But, it’s not a perfect fit for everyone. I realized recently that I carry a card that doesn’t earn miles and points. And, I use it quite a bit.
4th quarter bonus categories are common on other credit cards, but not specifically on the AAdvantage (previously US Airways) Barclaycard MasterCard. They have an offer that could be targeted, though there’s just a phone number, no specific code.
Paris has lots to offer for the food lover. As in most big cities, not all the best restaurants are at “Main and Main”. A bit of research prior to traveling and the right questions while in Paris will yield pleasurable dining.
It looks like Citi is getting more aggressive with bonus miles for category spending, something they haven’t done a whole lot of in the past. I received the following offer today for both my Citi Executive AAdvantage credit card and my wife’s: This comes on the heels of a similar, but more limited offer from Barclay for category bonuses on my US Airways MasterCard. Gotta wonder if there’s a bit of healthy competition going on. 2,500 bonus miles means you can max this out with $1,250 in spending across these […]
Osteria 44 was a short walk from the St. Regis Rome on a quiet side street. We found a welcoming host named Sergio who spoke impeccable English. From there, we found an imaginative meal and great wine selections.