Antonio Ruiz-Camacho

Antonio Ruiz-Camacho is a managing editor at CreditCards.com His work has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, Texas Monthly, CNET en Español, and elsewhere. Originally from Mexico, he’s been living in Austin since 2004. Also a fiction writer, he’s the author of the story collection “Barefoot Dogs.” He holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Texas at Austin.

Posts by Antonio Ruiz-Camacho

Living with credit, Rewards, Shopping

5 tools I’m using to up my credit cards ‘rewards game’

Once you dive into the credit cards rewards game, you start finding ways to score savings almost everywhere. Here are five tools I began to use during my first year scoring cash back by using credit cards – and how much I…
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Living with credit, Rewards, Shopping, Travel

5 things I learned in my first year playing the ‘rewards game’

It’s been almost a year since I joined CreditCards.com and, shortly after, happily converted to the rewards game. Twelve months after going from using my debit card for everything and being at risk of forgetting my PIN, I now pay…
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Living with credit, Rewards, Shopping, Travel

Why I’ll start using my Costco card on my overseas trips

The content on this page is accurate as of the posting date. Please see the card issuer’s website for the most current version of the offer. As I’m starting to plan my family’s summer vacations, I’ve realized that one of…
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New products, Shopping

Walmart expands the (scan-and-checkout) future of shopping

Walmart is expanding the deployment of a scan-and-go technology that could potentially transform the way we shop at brick-and-mortar stores. The nation’s largest retailer is rolling out the new service in at least 10 additional locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth and…
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