100places.com was created in February 2014 after the original owner, Richard, became fascinated with the concept of travel hacking. Travel hacking is the art of collecting miles and points on the cheap so one can travel around the world on any budget. Travel hacking is a term that is thrown around loosely and can mean a variety of things depending on who you speak to in the travel community, but I’m here to share my story with you on the BEST way to start collecting miles so you can make that dream vacation happen every year!
Richard is no longer part of 100places.com as it was sold on May 21, 2015.
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Why 100places.com is different. I don’t have any relationships with banks or credit card companies. What does this mean? You’ll often find blogs that try to sign you up for a new credit card every other day. They’re basically pushing referral links down your throat so they can earn a commission. I don’t do that here! If I’m promoting a credit card, it’s because I truly believe it could benefit you.
Since I don’t have a relationship with any of the banks or credit card companies, I get to talk about whatever I want! I can tell you exactly what credit cards are friendly to manufactured spending, which credit cards are churn friendly (meaning you can signup for them multiple times to earn the signup bonus more than once) and more! You’ll often find that other bloggers are restricted to what content they can publish since they have that partnership with the financial institutions. I promise you that will never happen here at 100places.com! This is the site the banks don’t want you to find.
If you ever have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me. I’m available through e-mail and various social media platforms.