Okay, a QUICK RECAP of what we covered from the first post until now:
First, don’t miss Points & Miles 101, which is our quick and dirty introduction to travel hacking. And since that’s really too large a topic to cover all at once, check out the blog series, The Basics:
- The Basics: This Website is Dedicated to You…
- The Basics: Know Your FICO Score
- The Basics: Tracking Your Credit Scores and Points and Miles
- The Basics: Points and Miles Beyond Hawaii
- The Basics: an Introduction to the Major Credit Card Players
- The Basics: Requesting Your (For Real!) Free Credit Reports
- The Basics: Earning Points and Miles in the Margins
We reviewed a few credit cards, summarized at the Credit Card Reviews page.
Then we shared some Tips, Tricks & Tactics:
- eBags for Travel Stuff (and Combo Discounts)
- Eating Your Way to Points and Miles
- Discounts on TurboTax, a Cautionary Tale
- The One Thing to Get You Started with Points and Miles
- Travel Hacking an Interisland Flight on Hawaiian Airlines
- Best Uses for Points and Miles other than Travel
- TSA Pre-Check and Global Entry (for Free)?!
- Paying with Plastiq (aka Treading the Fine Line Between Travel Hacking and Madness)
Some of our Strategies:
- Two Simple Trips with Credit Cards
- Three Years of Collecting Points and Miles
- Our Big Plans for the Rest of 2017!
A few Trip Reports:
- Las Vegas, Nevada for the Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight
- Two Simple Trips (to Japan) with Credit Cards
- Honolulu to Hilo via Hawaiian Airlines
We also shared a bit of Lodging and Transportation info:
- Hilton HHonors is now Hilton Honors
- AirAsia X Coming to Hawaii!
- ANA Changed Our Seats on Us – and Why that’s Good for You!
Finally, there was some Quick Picks (limited time information) and we tried to give away some stuff (congrats so far to Ryan N and Lorne K!).
So, WHAT’S COMING UP?
I think I’ve covered almost enough of the basics to make you guys dangerous, so after a few more posts to tidy up, I can start sharing some of our Japan trips, in-depth. We’ll go over everything from planning, transportation, lodging, sites, tips, strategies, to (especially) the food! We’ll make it like Japan Week but maybe stretch it for like a month or so. Because, after all, that’s really what we’re expert at.
In the mean time, if you have any questions or topics you’d like to cover, please leave a message via email or in the comments section below.