THE WALLABY CARD
On a recent trip when I suddenly decided to stay at some Marriott properties to take advantage of their summer promotion (5,000 points per weekend stay), I sadly realized I did not have my Marriott-branded credit card with me. As a result, I ended up missing out on some extra points for my stay. Had I carried the Wallaby Card, this wouldn’t have been an issue.
The Wallaby Card allows you to combine all your points- and miles-earning credit cards into one, perfect for those who like to travel lightly. Let’s say, for example, that you have the Hyatt credit card, which offers three Gold Passport points per dollar for stays at Hyatt properties. You can set up your Wallaby Card to automatically select your Hyatt credit card when you make a transaction with Hyatt. You can easily imagine the same scenario with your airline credit cards.
Applying for the card does not require a credit check because you are not opening a new account. It is simply an “advanced cloud-based digital wallet that stores the information about each of your existing credit cards and automatically picks the best card to charge in each transaction, based on your preferences.”
The Wallaby Card seems to be a great way to maximize your points and miles. I look forward to trying it out and will provide a review after spending some time with one.
Take a look at the short video above for more information or click here to visit Wallaby Financial.
NOTE: The first 1,000 people to sign up will receive lifetime free memberships and the next 5,000 will receive 12 months free.