Earlier in the year, when Redbird (Target’s pre-paid REDcard) was going strong, I decided to take advantage of a bunch of offers in preparation for a big trip. Continue reading One of the problems with travel hacking or: How I almost missed out on two nights in paradise
If you’ve ever visited sites like Flyertalk or Reddit’s r/churning you’ve seen this question come up over and over again.
“I travel a lot for work and stay in IHG hotels. Should I use my IHG card or something else?”
“I have a lot of non-bonus category spend coming up, which card should I put it on?”
“I wanted to start collecting miles but I don’t know which card to signup for”
It comes in many forms but it’s ultimately the same. It’s not only newcomers but seasoned veterans that sometimes ask themselves, “What card should I be using?“. Continue reading The question that keeps coming up
Welcome! This is the first post for the Track & Hack App’s blog. Ashley and I thought it would be a good idea to share some details about how we got into travel hacking and the experiences that have motivated us to start developing this app. We’ll be using this blog to share our adventure in making the best traveling hacking app along with posting interesting reads and travel hacking tips.