Travel credit cards are great for frequent
travelers because they often come with rewards in the form of
statement credits or frequent flyer miles. They might seem like a
great deal for consumers, but don't let the airlines fool you. Your
travel cards aren't costing the airline any money at all. In fact,
quite the opposite.
Here are a few facts to consider about travel rewards.
You won't believe how airlines actually make
Flying you from place to place seems like a profitable venture for
the average airline company, but there's a better way to make money
these days: frequent flyer miles.
at 8:57AM, 3 years ago |
Money Saving Tips
By Cezary p (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0],
Tired of revisiting the same old beach year after year on the
routine and always predictable family vacation? Do your all your
trips seem to bleed together in haze of souvenir shops, theme parks
and too much driving? It's time to get away from the typical
rotation of vacation spots and discover something new.
International travel might seem intimidating at first glance, but
there's a whole world beyond crowded waterparks and gaudy tourist
traps--and it's more accessible than you might think.
at 8:56AM, 3 years ago |
Money Saving Tips
Though there are a few airline ticket estimators out there, you
still stand the risk of missing out on the cheapest rate. Really
good prices can last only a few hours, so if you're stuck behind
your desk with your boss looking over your shoulder, forget about
that discounted ticket. Instead of playing the guessing game,
wouldn't it be great to guarantee you'll always get the lowest
at 10:55AM, 3 years ago |
As each news day brings the story of another monolithic air carrier biting the proverbial dust, the future of air travel seems headed in the direction of smaller, niche carriers. With so many cropping up, which airline is the best fit for your travel needs?
It doesn't take an aviation expert to see that the old business model for air travel is becoming extinct. With huge airlines charging big rates and then nickel and diming passengers, many annoyed travelers are looking for friendlier skies.
Enter the niche airline market. Dozens of tiny airlines catering to smaller market shares are cropping up. Rather than spreading themselves thin, these niche airlines do less--but do it better.
So which niche airline fits your travel personality?
By MBonesGuest Blogger
at 12:18PM, 4 years ago |