Fly through checkout with by Visa

We’re excited to announce that now customers can use by Visa on our website to make the checkout process even easier.

Now there’s a simple way to make online payments whether you’re using a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. When you sign up for a by Visa account you can:

  • Shop on any website where by Visa is accepted without having to re-enter your card number or shipping preferences when you pay.
  • Pay with all major credit, debit and prepaid cards.
  • Enjoy the same rewards you usually get when you use your credit or debit cards.

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Cyber Monday Sale

We’re having a major sale on flights for popular routes… made just for students! Get up to a $100 off your flight. Hurry, you don’t want to miss out because there are limited redemptions available this one-day only. Read More

Facebook Broken on Purpose

Many of us managing Facebook fan pages have noticed something strange over the last year: how our reach has gotten increasingly ineffective. How the messages we post seem to get fewer clicks, how each message is seen by only a fraction of our total “fans.”

It’s no conspiracy. Facebook acknowledged it as recently as last week: messages now reach, on average, just 15 percent of an account’s fans. In a wonderful coincidence, Facebook has rolled out a solution for this problem: Pay them for better access. Read More

A Guide on How to Manage Money in College

Budgeting and living within one’s means can be a difficult task for anyone. However, it can be particularly challenging for college students, who typically have limited funds and unfamiliar expenses such as rent and tuition. Despite such challenges, it’s best to begin managing your money while you’re still in college and to form good spending and student savings that will serve you well for the rest of your life.

In theory, how to manage money in college is simple: Don’t spend more than you earn. Note your total income by semester, month or week. Then add up all your expenses for the same time period. Make sure your expenses are less than your income; if they’re not, find a way to cut expenses or boost your income.
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