Yeah, it’s been another long while since I posted. But this card’s initial bonus is expiring soon and it’s too good a card not to make people aware. First thing to point out: this is a business card. I haven’t addressed business cards before because they’re a little tricky and you must have a registered business (including a sole proprietorship) to qualify for the card. If I keep posting, I’ll explain a little more about the idiosyncrasies of business cards. But, let’s start at the top, shall we?
I took a good long break. There’s a lot going on what with two small kids, a new job, and life in general. But there’s probably a bit more I can say here. So I’m going to finish up describing the “free” trips we took (and how to take similar advantage), and leave you with a few other tips and tricks. The ads are definitely coming down. And I’m leaving this site up for random google searches to find for at least a year to come.
Let’s not forget there are a number of bloggers out there writing about travel hacking. Please seek them out. I can be your spirit animal but for a short time more. Continue reading “This Space Left Intentionally Blank”
Late night and we needed to be in Akihabara, Electric Town. So we caught a quick brunch at Tokyo Curry-ya Meitenkai. First a cup of miso soup.
And then 5 types of Indian curry.
And good morning. Taking advantage of the outside onsen in the early morning.
And then it was morning in Hakone.
I just executed what is known as a product change, where you exchange one credit card for another from the same issuer. Specifically, I product changed from a Citi Double Cash Card to a Citi AT&T Access More Card, a discontinued card that I cannot receive an initial bonus from (which PREVIOUSLY was a $650 credit towards a new AT&T cell phone). Why? Well, I’m glad you asked.