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Jenny Hoff

Jenny Hoff is a managing editor at creditcards.com. Based in Austin, Texas, she has more than 15 years' experience in both broadcast and print news. Her live reports have appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Deutsche Welle and numerous NBC and ABC affiliates. She has written for international publications, and writes a blog on budget travel. She has degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and an executive MBA from the Berlin School of Creative Leadership.

Posts by Jenny Hoff

Living with credit, New products, Rewards

Hotel programs will match your elite status

It’s not easy accruing enough hotel points, either through credit card purchases or through purchasing enough nights at the hotel, to earn a top-tier status with the chain. And unless you are a frequent business traveler, it’s nearly impossible to…
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Living with credit, Rewards

How about a Cubs card to mark the historic win?

If watching a history-making World Series felt like a once-in-a-lifetime experience, then you’ll be happy to know certain credit cards can give you opportunities to rack up even more unforgettable memories with your favorite sports teams. As I reported in…
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Living with credit, Research, regulation, industry reports, Rewards

Flying as a family may soon be easier and cheaper

Parents flying with kids may soon breathe eaiser, or at least closer together: According to a section of the recently approved reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration, parents may not have to pay extra to sit next to their kids on planes. As…
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Living with credit, Rewards

Points plus cash makes luxury hotels affordable

When you stay at an ultra-luxury resort for a day or more, you truly feel like royalty (and you may even be surrounded by some). Unfortunately, these high-end hotels come with a high price, whether you’re paying with points or…
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