Published on July 31st, 2015 | by William Charles0
Credit Karma’s Affiliate Network Folds, Airline Route Mapper, $100 From Lfyt, 1.2% At eBay, Meet Ups & More
- Credit Karma Affiliate Network folds by Wandr Me on Flyertalk via Saverocity on Twitter. I don’t think this will be a big deal, Bankrate/creditcards.com has a near monopoly on credit card links after buying up all the competition.
- A list of metal credit cards: besides the Chase Sapphire Preferred, what are your options? by PFDigest. If for some reason you really want a metal credit card, here are your options.
- Airline Route Mapper – tool showing every flight on every airline by Points With A Crew. Really cool tool I’ve never heard of before.
- Topcashback Increases eBay Payout To 1.2% by Oren’s Money Saver. Not a huge difference, but every little bit helps!
- Sallie Mae Now Has An EMV Chip on myFICO Forums. Glad to see that this card will finally have an EMV chip, this roll out is taking so much longer than expected. But the Sallie Mae card is one of my favorites.
- $100 Free Ride Credit from Lyft by Will Run For Miles. I didn’t have this in my account, but check yours maybe you got lucky.
- Perks of Flying Military Part 3: Free Lounge Access! by The Military Frequent Flier. If you’re in the Military then this blog is an absolute must read, a lot of airlines and credit card companies really look after those who serve.
- The levels of Manufactured Spend information by Miles Per Day. Completely agree with MPD, best information is shared on a personal level (this is exactly what we were saying when we gave a list of resources for MS). If you live in the Seattle area then go to the meet up he is organizing.
- MtM Vegas Miles & Points DO (Meetup) Confirmed Date – How to Signup and Please Provide Feedback by Miles to Memories. Speaking of meet ups, Shawn from MtM will also be holding one in Vegas during September. Sign up now and give him some ideas on what you want out of the event.
- How much money you need to save each day to become a millionaire by age 65 by Business Insider. This is a cool chart that shows you the power of compounding interest, I don’t think an annual return of 12% is entirely realistic, but still powerful image.