I can book flights (even on Expedia) and type in my Rewards number to get credit. I cashed in 3 FREE round trip flights within the past couple years, all without a credit card!
I recently traveled with Alaska Airlines and found out they offer a rewards program as well (although they will offer a credit card application in mid-air). In case you don’t like using a discount travel site or airlines program, hotel companies offer rewards for booking with them directly.
I’ve earned a lot of flyer miles recently by applying for credit cards and then simply making the minimum purchase to get a ton of miles. I’m an avid traveler, but I do use credit cards for their cash-back and travel insurance perks.
I’m constantly searching for ways to make travel cheaper, and I’m definitely one for thinking creatively in an effort to save some moolah! I really enjoy traveling too, so I’m always on the lookout for the best deals and rewards.

Lets say, Claudia spends $1,400 a month with $400 of it at the grocery store + makes 20 purchases on the card each month. This card allows you to redeem points for a statement credit for the purchase of any flight, hotel, cruise, car rental, etc. You can trade in points in increments of 2,500 points which is equal to a $25 statement credit. Using the same example above, lets assume that Claudia spends $1,400 a month with $150 of it on dining and traveling. In addition to these two cards, I would also recommend the Citi Expedia Rewards and American Express Hilton Hhonors. We’ve all heard the stories where someone sells all of their possessions and travels the world. These are just a few options I use to bypass using credit while still earning points for traveling.

This card earns 2 American Express Membership points per dollar at the grocery store (where most Americans do quite a bit of shopping) and 1 American Express Membership point on everything else. As I outlined in my American Express Membership Rewards 101 post, you can transfer them into frequent flyer miles or hotel points, exchange them for cash off a flight or hotel, redeem them for travel gift cards, and more. Example: if you redeemed 10,000 points for a $100 statement credit, you would get 1,000 points to use on your next trip.
She works one-on-one with side hustlers and go-getters who are ready to make a profit without selling out. Claudia would also earn a 20% bonus on the number of points earned in a month if she has 20 or more transactions on the card.

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