Tag: American Express Business

BAE Don’t Fly??? – The Driftr Podcast Season 2, Episode 4

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On BAE Don’t Fly???, Season 2 Episode 4 of the Driftr Podcast, we discuss an in-depth review of American Express Business Gold Credit Card during our Cards and Points segment, took a trip to the beautiful location of Melbourne, Australia and discuss our thoughts on how do you handle when BAE doesn’t travel.

 

 

On BAE Don’t Fly???, Season 2 Episode 4 of the Driftr Podcast, we discuss an in-depth review of American Express Business Gold Credit Card during our Cards and Points segment, took a trip to the beautiful location of Melbourne, Australia and discuss our thoughts on how do you handle when BAE doesn’t travel.

Tune In Live for a Special Episode

Live Podcast Show!

 

Catch us live during the SXSW 2018 Madness in Austin, Texas!!

Live show during the AAFJ Live weekend! Join us on March 10, 2018 at The Rosewood Park in Austin, Texas at 6:00 pm for our live podcast recording! If you can’t make it, no worries. Check out our Facebook Page to tune in live!

Cards & Points

American Express Business Platinum

  • $0 introductory fee, $175 fee following years
  • 3X Points on one select categories
    • Airfare purchased directly from airlines
    • U.S. purchases for advertising in select media
    • U.S. purchases for shipping
    • U.S. purchases at gas stations
    • U.S. computer hardware, software, and cloud computing purchases made directly from select providers
  • 2x Points on other four categories
  • 1X Points on all other purchases
  • No pre-set spending limit
  • Earn statement credits for 3 months of G Suite by Google Cloud, up to $1,500
  • Fine Hotels Collection
  • And more! Learn here.

You Can Fly With Us

Melbourne, Australia 

You Can Fly With Us

What do you do when BAE don’t travel??

  • Is that truly BAE?
  • Is there something tragic that caused that viewpoint?
  • Can you come to some kind of compromise?
  • Maybe BAE wasn’t introduce to travel?
  • If all else fails, THAT AINT BAE

Text Me 10,000 miles away – The Driftr Podcast Season 2, Episode 3

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On Text Me 1,000 miles away, Season 2 Episode 3 of the Driftr Podcast, we discuss an in-depth review of American Express Platinum Business Credit Card during our Cards and Points segment, took a trip to the beautiful location of Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) and discuss our thoughts on how do you communicate while traveling? Sim cards or International Plans.

 

 

On Text Me 1,000 miles away, Season 2 Episode 3 of the Driftr Podcast, we discuss an in-depth review of American Express Platinum Business Credit Card during our Cards and Points segment, took a trip to the beautiful location of Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) and discuss our thoughts on how do you communicate while traveling? Sim cards or International Plans.

Tune In Live for a Special Episode

Live Podcast Show!

 

Catch us live during the SXSW 2018 Madness in Austin, Texas!!

Live show during the AAFJ Live weekend! Join us on March 10, 2018 at The Rosewood Park in Austin, Texas at 6:00 pm for our live podcast recording! If you can’t make it, no worries. Check out our Facebook Page to tune in live!

Cards & Points

American Express Business Platinum

  • $450 Annual Fee
  • 5X Points on flights and prepaid hotels at amextravel.com
  • 50% more points on purchases of $5,000 or more
  • 35% Airline Bonus Rebate on Purchases
  • 10 Free Gogo Wifi Internet Passes
  • Fine Hotels Collection
  • Buy one ticket, get the second one taxes only for Premium Economy, First Class, and Business Class International Fares on select airlines (Buddy Pass Essentially)
  • 1X Points afterwards on all purchases
  • And more! Learn here.

You Can Fly With Us

Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)

You Can Fly With Us

How do you communicate while traveling? Sim Cards vs International Plans

  • International Plans can be like $10 a day
  • Sim cards can give you like 1GB to 5Gb and minutes and cost like $15-$26
  • More cost effective to go with Sim Cards
  • Make sure to have an unlocked phone
  • No charges to your home carrier.