From credit card recommendations to trip essentials, we’ve got your travel resources covered to make sure you’re getting the best experience for your money. 

Travel Credit Cards

Chase Sapphire Reserve

This is our favorite overall travel card. You can transfer points to airlines, & hotels, or book travel directly through the Chase Portal.

50,000 points after spending $4,000 in first 3 months
$300 Annual Travel Credit
TSA Pre√ or Global Entry Credit
Free Access to Priority Pass Lounges and Restaurants
No Foreign Transaction Fees
$450 annual fee.
In our opinion though, this is definitely worth it.
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Barclays AAdvantage Aviator

This is our favorite airline branded credit card because it's the quickest and easiest way to get points. You can also combine these points with the CITI AAdvantage card.

60,000 points after paying the $99 annual fee and making your first purchase
First Checked Bag Free on Domestic Flights
No Foreign Transaction fees
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Chase Freedom

When we are in the US, we use this card to earn cash-back points. We then transfer those points to our Chase Sapphire account to utilize them for travel.

5x points on quarterly rotating categories
20,000 points after spending $500 in first 3 months
No Annual Fee
3% Foreign Transaction Fee (why we only use it domestically)
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CITI AAdvantage

Combine the points from this card with the Barclays card, and you'll have enough points for two round trip tickets to Europe from the US.

$99 Annual Fee Waived for the First Year
70,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 within the first 4 months
First Checked Bag Free on Domestic Flights
No Foreign Transaction fees
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Traveling Essentials

Getting Around

We prefer Lyft to Uber because it always seems to be cheaper, and in our experience with the drivers, they seem to be paid more with Lyft. Unfortunately, Lyft isn't available in as many markets. Anyway, Click Here to sign up receive a $5 discount.

Seeing the City

AirBNB is a great way to not only sleep like a local in thousands of cities, but now they offer "Experiences" that are hosted by locals and are a unique opportunity to see and do things that you wouldn't have known about. Use our link to get $40 off your first stay, and $15 toward your first experience. Click Here

Getting Around

Uber, the ride share giant is more likely to be in the area you'll be in. We haven't taken a taxi in years because we enjoy the transparent pricing and ease of Uber. Click Here to sign up and receive $2 off your first three rides.

Storing Your Stuff

BagBNB is our go-to resource when we have less time in a city. Lugging around your luggage can be a deterrent and can slow you down from getting all your sightseeing in. Click Here to sign up and have thousands of storage locations in over 100 destinations at your fingertips.

Packing Essentials

Her Bag

This cute bag is perfect for any trip whether you're jet setting across Europe, or on a road trip across the states. With a separate compartment for your shoes, you don't have to worry about getting your clothes dirty or not having enough room for more sandals, heels, and trainers.

Travel Steamer

This little guy heats up quickly and works great to steam the wrinkles out of clothes while traveling. I'll get you stopped at TSA 80% of the time, but still worth it.

His Bag

My husband highly recommends this bag. One thing he always says is: "A man should never pack more than he can carry." Because of that, you'll notice that it doesn't have wheels, but we think this makes it more durable. It also looks great, and works great as a carry-on.

Hair Straightener / Curling Iron

This two in one has an adjustable digital temp, and is dual voltage so you can use it pretty much anywhere in the world with electricity. Perfect for someone who wants to fix their hair while traveling, but is tight on space!

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