My inbox has been crowded with a lot of traveling readers asking the same questions recently. Some people are worried and others are just confused. Why?
Well, if you’ve been travel hacking for a while, you know that a few things have changed recently. There’s a big 100,000 point offer, but a) it’s expensive, and b) a lot of people can’t get it. One of the main card issuers now has a “5/24” rule, meaning that you can’t get any new cards from them if you’ve applied for more than 4 in the past two years.
- How do you get around this weird 5/24 rule?
- What if you’re declined for a card you really want?
- What’s the best strategy and order for getting multiple cards?
- When one door closes, another opens: what new opportunities have opened up recently?
Short version: the sky isn’t falling, and there’s a lot of good news out there. You can still earn hundreds of thousands of miles a year—you just have to know how. Join me for this free presentation:
By the way, this isn’t a webinar with a few minutes of content followed by a big pitch for something. Nothing’s for sale; I’ll just be answering questions and showing you how to use the new rules to your benefit.
Travel hacking has allowed me to see the world for more than ten years, and I want it to help you too!