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Posted by on Jan 8, 2014 in Airline, Barclays Arrival, Cash Back, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Citi Thank You Premier, Credit Cards, Delta Air Lines, Hotel, Hyatt, JetBlue, Top Cash Back | 0 comments

Tips on Dealing with a Honeymoon Trip Cancellation

We were supposed to go to Aruba on Saturday and stay at the Hyatt Regency Aruba but because of the snowstorm and frigid temperatures that hit the Northeast and Midwest, our flight was delayed, delayed some more, and eventually cancelled. Quickly looking for another way to get to Aruba in the next couple of days, I realized it was near impossible. Instead, I rebooked us on a last-minute trip to Turks and Caicos leaving three days later. Unfortunately, that flight ended up being cancelled as well. As a result, I thought I’d share with you my experience on dealing with these trip cancellations. Hopefully, you’ll never have to use these tips for your honeymoon!   Aruba Trip Cancellation Our flight to Aruba was leaving from LGA (LaGuardia Airport), and we made it as far as Delta’s Terminal D :P. I will say that Terminal D looks great after the renovation not too long ago. Almost every table has an iPad with the ability to surf the Internet, check on...

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Posted by on Mar 14, 2013 in Amazon, Cash Back, Caterer, Citi Forward, Citi Thank You Premier, Credit Cards | 0 comments

Caterer Savings with the Citi Forward Credit Card

One of the credit cards that I have been recommending to friends for years is the Citi Forward card. Besides being valuable for everyday use,┬áit has the potential to save you a lot of money when you use it to pay for your wedding caterer. The credit card has no annual fee, and it also has one of the best bonus points reward system. For every $1 you spend at restaurants and bookstores (Amazon counts as a bookstore!), you earn 5 Thank You Points. If you were to redeem Thank You Points for a variety of gift cards, you can redeem increments of 2,500 Thank You Points for a $25 gift card, making each Thank You Point worth 1 cent and essentially giving you a 5% rebate on your spending. [Update 11/1/13] Unfortunately, the Citi Forward no longer offers new cardholders 5 Thank You Points per $ spent on dining and bookstores, such as Amazon. I no longer recommend opening this credit card.     You can also use...

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