One Of The Biggest Credit Card Devaluations

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    We have seen a fair share of loyalty program devaluations over the last couple of years. While none of us like that, it is the result of changing business models and profits. We have also seen some devaluations with credit cards like American Express. They lost the AAdmiral’s Club access for their Platinum cardholders. While that was a bad loss for everyone that relied on that card for access to the Clubs, the card still possesses enough perks for many to make the annual fee worthwhile. One Of The Biggest Credit Card Devaluations The Change: Club Carlson is dumping the Bonus Award Nights feature of their credit cards. This feature allows cardholders to get the last night of their award stay for free on stays of 2 nights or longer. This change goes into effect June 1, 2015. Club Carlson’s recent change to their credit cards was definitely one of the biggest credit card devaluations. When I saw Frequent Miler’s post on it yesterday, I was really unhappy with it... The post One Of The Biggest Credit Card Devaluations appeared first on Running with Miles.

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