Meghan Coyle started as a web producer and writer at NerdWallet in 2018. She covers travel rewards, including industry news, airline and hotel loyalty programs, and how to travel on points. She is based in Los Angeles.
- Education: B.A. in Journalism from University of Southern California
- Organizations: Asian American Journalists Association
- Previous experience: The Washington Post, NPR, PRX
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The latest from Meghan
The Guide to British Airways Economy (Euro Traveller, World Traveller)
British Airways offers two standard economy products, one for shorter routes and another for long-haul flights.
Should Remote Workers Take Hush Trips? Experts Weigh In
Hush trips are gaining popularity with remote workers, but they come with several complicating factors.
How to Get Discounted Lift Tickets Through Your Chase Sapphire
Sapphire cardholders can get discounted lift tickets at 13 resorts across six states and two Canadian provinces.
Hotel Review: A Suite at the Grand Hyatt Nashville
This Music City property caters to business travelers but offers a central location that will appeal to tourists.
How to Get From Disney World to Universal Studios
Unless you need to rent a car anyway, relying on rideshares to get you between parks will be most convenient.
The Guide to Singapore Airlines Business Class
Singapore Airlines business class is famous for a couple of reasons: the huge seats and wide selection of meals.
St. Regis Bora Bora Review: Views, Bikes and Butlers
Butler service, stunning views and large villas make this resort a great choice — just avoid the rainy season.
Best Travel Insurance for COVID in March 2023
Even as the height of the pandemic wanes, having travel insurance that covers COVID is still a good idea.
Is There Wi-Fi on Cruise Ships?
Most cruise lines offer Wi-Fi, but quality and cost varies from ship to ship, even within a cruise company's fleet.
Two One-Way Flights or One Round-Trip: Which Is Better?
There's little difference in domestic fares, but round-trip is often the right call for international flights.
What is American Elite Status Worth?
American's elite status program ties for second with United in our yearly analysis of airline loyalty programs.