You May Also Like

The anti-inflammatory ingredient Meghan Markle adds into her banana bread

The anti-inflammatory ingredient Meghan Markle adds to her banana bread

How to make a healthy smoothie? Load up on veggies

The main ingredient in your smoothie actually shouldn’t be fruit, says one all-star dietitian

Need a reason to spring for a natural-light-rich apartment? Fewer germs—seriously

More natural light in your home means fewer germs—seriously, science says so

A hip, low-back, and knee pain exercises and modifications guide

So you’ve got knee, hip, or low back pain? Here’s how to modify your workout accordingly

Chair Pose

Strengthen *every* muscle you need to nail your handstand with this chair pose variation

The one ingredient to look for in your moisturizer

Moisturizers require this one ingredient to *really* benefit your skin

SoulCycle becomes the latest points perk for your credit card


Thumbnail for SoulCycle becomes the latest points perk for your credit card
Pin It
Photo: Instagram/@soulcycle

When you’re spending the vast majority of your disposable income on spirulina smoothies, boutique fitness classes, and the latest activewear collaborations—the idea of a credit card catered to the wellness-minded would be a miracle akin to the creation of the spin bike itself.

It’s not a reality—yet—but at least one credit card company is moving in the right direction. American Express is leveraging the indoor cycling giant SoulCycle as a wellness perk for its premium card holders, after noticing a 45 percent increase in how much money these card members were spending at SoulCycle.

So how are they doing that? With three gratis classes for every 20-pack of classes purchased by premium card holders, plus 10 first-class-free passes to give away to some lucky pals. Will other credit card companies follow suit and offer up wellness goodies—instead of industry standards like airplane miles—in the coming months? Please say yes, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover!

Adult finances aren’t the easiest to figure out. Here’s how to hit refresh on your finances and how your childhood could affect your spending habits.

Loading More Posts...

You May Also Like

How to make a healthy smoothie? Load up on veggies

The main ingredient in your smoothie actually shouldn’t be fruit, says one all-star dietitian

USA gymnastics news: women are not being supported

Why can’t Team USA gymnasts (and all female athletes, for that matter) catch a break lately?

The one ingredient to look for in your moisturizer

Moisturizers require this one ingredient to *really* benefit your skin

how to make a long candle last longer

The lighting solutions you need to burn every last bit of your cozy fall candles

yale happiness class

How to take Yale’s ultra-popular ‘The Science of Well-Being’ course online for zero dollars

We’ve found the one crunch that will never leave you bored

We’ve found the one crunch that’ll never leave you bored