Do you want to know all the shit I’ve figured out about earning the best and most free travel? Yes, you do, and it’s all summarized in this post. And it will all be explained in excruciating detail in posts to come! Thank me later. Continue reading →
Here’s the thing: I love my fuckin’ cards, but I’m kinda takin a break. Of course, I said that, but then I got two more cards, because I have Churners Disease. Do you know what they’d do to me at Debtors Anonymous? Probably kick me out. Continue reading
This is a continuation of part 1 and part 2 in which I attempt to derive truth and meaning in life by reviewing how I obtained 17 new credit cards in a year. Here goes the last bunch:
This is a continuation of part 1, in which I wax eloquent upon how it came to pass that I acquired 17 new credit cards this past year. Here’s what else I got: Continue reading
2016 was a lot of things to a lot of people. For me, it was the year I lost my mind and acquired 17 new credit cards, all bright and shiny for the new year. Yeah. 17. I applied and was approved for the final one today. It wasn’t a goal. it just happened that way. I swear.
I don’t recommend any normal person do this. A normal person should just choose the one or two cards that they are going to use (protip: Chase Sapphire Reserve + Chase Freedom Unlimited) that can get them beaucoup travel or cash back.
Here’s what I can tell you, though, about this insane adventure: Continue reading
As you may or may not know, I have historically thought that Amex Membership Rewards are suckier than Chase Ultimate Rewards. I still mostly think that, and the main reason I think that is because the major domestic partner you can transfer Amex points to is Delta, and Delta has shit-tastic award tickets (unless you fly internationally on a partner airline). They cost a ton of points, unless the cash price is super cheap anyway, in which case you might as well just use cash. Whereas Chase points transfer to United, who have pretty good award tickets.
But Amex has upped their game in a meaningful way. They’ve added features to both their personal and business Platinum cards. Continue reading
It’s been a while. My last post on how to get your FICO score and report was full of words and not that clear. So here’s something useful, if dry, instead. Continue reading