Episode 7 of the Intro to Miles & Points series focuses on how Canadians can get started with US credit cards, which unlock higher signup bonuses and a wider range of airline and hotel partners.
There’s a hidden layer to most American Express US credit cards: special increased offers available only when browsing in private or incognito mode.
Are you planning to do an American Express Global Transfer to a US credit card, and trying to decide which card to get as your first one? Here are a couple of my picks.
It's time to talk about how Canadians can get US credit cards and gain access to an even wider array of travel rewards points. Here’s the step-by-step process.
With many US mail forwarding services no longer handling credit cards, 24/7 Parcel continues to be a reliable option if you’re playing the US game. Plus, get a US$20 discount on your annual mailbox fee!
There’s just about a week to go until the Amex US Bonvoy Business Card raises its annual fee and gets rid of the first year fee waiver. Apply now for 100,000 Bonvoy points!
With the introduction of Marriott Bonvoy, Amex US is phasing out their personal SPG Card, so it’s your last chance to grab the 75,000-point bonus if you haven’t already.
I share with you the latest developments in the scene for Canadians looking to expand their points-earning potential through US credit cards.
The US-issued Amex Business SPG Card currently offers 35,000 Starpoints for no out-of-pocket cost. Canadians can use Global Transfer to get in on the action.
The spotlight series on US credit card wraps up with a close look at the top travel redemptions and points programs that your US-issued cards can unlock.