Most Popular Posts of March 2018
Here is our 5 most viewed posts from the previous month. This only includes articles written and posted in the month of March. Any expired deals or promos will not be included either.
Coming in at number 5 is my article on what still earns 5X Ultimate Rewards with the Chase Ink Plus/Cash/Bold cards. It has been a rough road for our favorite 5X earner but there are still some good opportunities out there. I got so depressed from of the losses that I even considered a product change to a Ink Preferred. After I snapped out of it I created a guide that helps decide which Ink card is best for each situation.
MoviePass has been making waves in the theater business for a few months now, not always for the best reasons. The price continues to drop and now it is so low that it is hard to find reasons not to sign up. You can check out my review of the service. The program comes with some issues but I think the good outweighs the bad at this point.
This was a very intriguing offer to stay at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa for substantial reduction in price. The trade off was I had to sit through a “2 hour” timeshare presentation. Check it out and let me know if you think it is worth the torture!
Shawn’s kick off post to the Million Dollar Reseller series comes in at #2. This was probably my favorite post of the month. Shawn was kind enough to pull back the curtain some on building a million dollar business. Make sure you check out his other entries so far…How to get Started & 5 Frustrations when Reselling. I am excited to see what else comes from the series. Make sure to check it out every Friday.
Coming in at number 1 was Shawn’s post about Barclays rumored new premium card. More and more details continue to leak out about the card. From what we have heard I doubt it will be a card that I will go after…what do you think?
Well that does it for March 2018. Let me know in the comments which article you liked the best!
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