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    Without a doubt, if you can get a business credit card, you will get more credit card points and miles for travel. When you first think about business credit cards, you may think that only thriving, “real” businesses can get a business credit card. Not so. The question, “can I get a business credit card?” […]

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    Myth: You must have an LLC and some employees to be eligible for a business card, including Chase Ink Business Cards. Fact: Any sort of side hustle/side income makes you eligible for a business card! Even if you don’t have a registered business or LLC, you can apply for a business card as a sole […]

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    Hawaii is one of the top destinations people want to travel hack and one of the most popular destinations for family vacations. Travel hacking with a family obviously takes more points, which makes it even more important to keep going after those signup bonuses. Despite it costing more points to visit with a family, it […]

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    As a travel hacking newbie, we recognize how hard it is to keep up with all the new vocabulary and rules. Hence, we give you our Travel Hacking FAQs. We will give you a short explanation and link you to our articles that give you a more detailed explanation.   What are the basics of […]

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    “Can I use credit card points and miles and book a cruise?” This is a common question we get asked. Cruising to far-off destinations and getting to see multiple places combined with midnight buffets, parties, and entertainment is a dream of many. Let’s talk about using points and miles for cruises. First of all, yes, […]

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    I recently returned home from a dream vacation to the Maldives. This was a major bucket list trip and it was even better than I thought it would be! If you want to do a similar vacation then you are in the right place. With credit card points and miles visiting the Maldives doesn’t have […]

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    We have noticed a common travel hacker misconception among beginners.  Many people think it is about getting that perfect credit card and putting all your spending on that card. That is a great first step. But that is what it is. A first step. With that strategy, you can probably get a free trip every […]

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    At the end of August 2018, I joined my mom and my sister, Lindsey, for an unforgettable girl’s trip to Greece. Greece and Santorini, in particular, had been on my bucket list ever since I saw Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. I know I’m not the only one who felt that way after seeing that […]

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    Thanks to credit card points and miles we’ve been able to travel the world for pennies on the dollar. It has been life-changing! In this beginner’s guide, we’re going to go over all the basics you need to know so you can start working towards a nearly-free vacation!   Travel Hacking In a Nutshell When […]

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