LAST DAY: We're Offering Free Credit Card Consulting!

LAST DAY: We’re Offering Free Credit Card Consulting!

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One of the benefits we offer our Thrifty Traveler Premium members is free credit card consulting. We work one-on-one to find the right credit card strategy that fits your spending and travel goals. A smart strategy is key to traveling for pennies on the dollar.

This week, we’re opening the doors to everyone. We’re extending free credit card consulting to all of our readers. Simply sign up for our free daily newsletter – The Daily Beat if you’re not already, and you’ll be eligible to get started. Today is the last day to take advantage!


Take Advantage of Free Credit Card Consulting Today!


Collectively, we’ve held just about every travel rewards credit card on the market. We know the ins and outs of each bank, the best credit card offers, and the best frequent flyer programs. And we want to use that to help you start planning a future trip once all this is over.

And even if now isn’t the right time for you to open up a new credit card, we can help you lay out a strategy to pursue once life returns to normal.


What Does Credit Card Consulting Entail?

By first subscribing to our free daily newsletter and filling out the form at this link, you’ll get access to our credit card consulting form. After you complete it, Erica or Nick will be in touch via email with recommendations to help you select the travel rewards credit card that is right for you.

Erica and Nick will help you find the right travel rewards credit card.

No two consultations are alike. We tailor every consultation to each individual’s situation and travel goals. Here are just a few examples of previous consultations we have helped our subscribers with:

  • “What is the best way to get to Hawaii on points & miles?”
  • “I would like to travel to Europe in the next few years and I am looking to devise a credit card strategy to do this on points and miles.”
  • “I am completely new to credit cards and I don’t know where to begin.”
  • “I don’t have any specific trips in mind, but I would like to start accruing valuable points I can use for future trips.”
  • “I would like to gain a better understanding of my credit score and how opening and closing new credit card products impacts that.”


What’s the Catch?

There isn’t one, really. We won’t charge you anything, and there are no hidden fees or surprises. We love helping travelers make plans and strategize for their next trip with the help of credit cards we’ve used ourselves. And at a time when we’re all stuck at home, it’s a great time to do just that.

Thrifty Traveler works with the banks that issue credit cards. So if you decide to apply for a credit card that we recommend during our consultation using our affiliate links, we get paid a commission. It’s how we can offer the service for free.

But there is no pressure to apply for a card, we’re simply pointing you in the right direction.


How Do I Start a Credit Card Consultation?

Free credit card consulting is a benefit that is typically only available for our Thrifty Traveler Premium members.

Simply subscribe to our free daily newsletter and complete our credit card consulting form to get started. You can do both at the link below:


Take Advantage of Free Credit Card Consulting Today!


Bottom Line

Using credit cards, points, and miles is our passion. They’ve helped us travel the world for pennies on the dollar. And we want to help you do the same.

Subscribe to our free daily newsletter and complete our credit card consulting form before the end of this week to get started. Today is your last chance to take advantage!


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