Barclays, a US credit card issuer, is currently offering their Wyndham Rewards Visa with a 45,000 point offer after spending $2,000 in the first 90 days of card ownership. This card has a $75 annual fee, which is well worth it for the sign-up bonus.
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My partner recently traveled on Cathay Pacific from Toronto to Denpasar via Hong Kong on a Canadian passport. At the check-in desk, the agent demanded proof of onward travel from Bali. While we had something booked, all that information was with me and not with him (he was traveling alone). The agent said “you are not traveling today.” At this point it was nighttime where I was, and he couldn’t get a hold of me and was scrambling what to do. This article will explain the requirement for proof of onward travel, and what to do if you encounter a problem with it, and help you avoid being denied boarding.
Our American friends recently struck a deal with China for 10-year visas, and just today, it was announced that Canadians will also now be eligible for the 10-year Chinese visa with multiple entries. Applications for the new visa will be accepted starting today. This is spectacular news as it saves multiple visa application fees, and the visa remains valid even if your passport expires during the validity period – you just have to travel with your old passport that carries the still-valid visa. Your passport must be valid for one year prior to the issuance of the visa.
The Chase Marriott Visa, which carries an excellent 50,000 Marriott point + free night certificate sign-up bonus, has sort of “disappeared” from the Chase homepage. Here’s what I mean:
Many credit cards offer travel insurance when the full cost of your ticket is charged to your credit card. However, what if you used points, and only used your credit card for the taxes and fees? Today's Sunday Reader Question is: what credit cards provide travel insurance coverage for Aeroplan tickets?
RBC is having a promotion where they will give you a $50 VISA Giftcard (as good as cash) for booking an appointment and bringing in a bank statement from a competitor (or by logging in to your competitor's online account while at the branch.) This promotion ends February 2, 2015.