MoreGolf Mastercard: Best Credit Card For Golfers (2023 Review)

MoreGolf Mastercard: Best Credit Card For Golfers (2023 Review)

The MoreGolf Mastercard is a niche credit card that offers a unique experience for golfers, one of its kind in Sweden. With rewards on all your purchases, a broad range of insurances, and splitting payments in up to 24 months interest-free, it is a great tool to beat inflation and one of the credit cards with the most benefits for its 295kr price. For golfers, it’s a no-brainer. They also sponsor the MoreGolf Mastercard Tour.

Ugh. American Express devalues their points from September 1st (AMEX Sweden)

Ugh. American Express devalues their points from September 1st (AMEX Sweden)

American Express has announced a huge devaluation of their points value, both for paying the card and transferring to other programs. Since 2014, the program has gotten 3x worse when it comes to ratios. The changes are effective from September 1, 2022.

SAS EuroBonus Mastercard stops earning points for private transfers (from June 15)

SAS EuroBonus Mastercard stops earning points for private transfers (from June 15)

SAS EuroBonus Mastercard stops earning points on private transfers on June 15th, 2022. This could mean that money transfers and top-ups to cash accounts and pre-paid cards like Revolut, Crypto.com, Wise, and others, might stop earning points. If so, it means time for new point strategies going forward!

ICA Försäkring: Best way to double your cashback with ICA Stammis

ICA Försäkring: Best way to double your cashback with ICA Stammis

ICA Försakring is offering competitive insurance prices for your home, boat, car, pet, or personal insurance. I switched from IF to ICA to get cheaper insurance, save a few extra kronor every month, and rack up more bonus points at ICA Stammis, and get a higher cashback every month.

What to do as a frequent flyer during COVID-19? 500k miles to the garbage!

What to do as a frequent flyer during COVID-19? 500k miles to the garbage!

As a frequent flyer you might have a ton of questions and uncertainty about what to do with your miles and points. Are we going to loose them? Will miles get devalued? What happens if the airline goes bankrupt? Can I extend my elite qualifying period? When will I be able to book award seats again? Here are some thoughts…