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7 ways my credit cards make traveling cheaper, easier, and more fun

Premium credit cards have high annual fees, but provide benefits like free nights at nice hotels, free checked bags on flights, and free Global Entry.

8 credit cards currently offering new-member bonuses of 100,000 points or more

Right now, there are nine credit cards with bonuses of 100,000 points or more! Cards from Marriott, United, and Amex represent fantastic values.

8 credit cards that get you elite hotel status just by having them in your wallet

You don't have to be a road warrior to earn hotel elite status. You can get it just for holding one of these credit cards.
I used my upgrade bonus to book a night at the Al Maha Resort, which costs more than $1,000 per night.

Upgrading a credit card isn’t always worth it, but it got me 100,000 Marriott points and a free night at the Al Maha resort

Credit card upgrade offers entice you with points to move to a card with a higher annual fee. Here's how to decide if it's worth it.

6 smart ways to bypass checked bag fees every time you fly

There are numerous ways to avoid checked bag fees, including flying airlines that don't charge fees for bags and packing carry-on luggage only.
A hotel credit card can earn you points toward a free stay, and benefits like complimentary elite status.

The 7 best hotel credit cards from Hilton, IHG, Marriott, and more

From IHG to Hilton to Marriott, these are the best hotel co-branded credit cards in 2019. Enjoy perks like elite status and bonus points.
A trip to Maui is a lot more affordable with the aid of points and miles.

The 3 cheapest ways to get to Hawaii on points and miles

Hawaii is a great destination, but not a cheap one. Using points and miles can make a vacation more affordable — here are the cheapest ways to do it.

I pay $450 a year for my Chase Sapphire Reserve card, and it gives me a perk so valuable I won’t travel without it

With a Priority Pass membership, you can access more than 1,200 lounges and restaurants at airports around the world at no charge.
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I have 26 credit cards and I use 4 basic questions to decide when it’s worth opening a new one

Even with 26 credit cards, I occasionally sign up for new ones. That may sound crazy, but there are plenty of reasons pay attention to new offers.
Choose the travel credit card that can help you take the trips you want.

9 questions to choose the perfect credit card to help you travel the world on points

Not all credit card and airline points are created equal. Look at the points your travel credit card earns on purchases, and be sure you can use them.