DualShock 4 Charging Station You know how we just mentioned about a controller dying at an inopportune moment? When that happens, you can have your second controller ready to go by giving it a place to live, that also charges it. Enter the DualShock 4 charging station which is a super tidy way to keep your DualShock controllers fully charged, as well as looking stylish when not in use. It plugs into any power outlet and will keep your controllers fully charged while they are resting on them. When you need to use one, just pick it up and go – when you’re done just place it back in its place and you never have to think about charging a controller ever again. … [Read more...] about Best Accessories for PS4 2017: Controllers, hard drives, and more
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If you or anyone in your household has one of the following cards, you can transfer your points into miles Chase Sapphire Reserve (Earn 50K points for spending $4K in 3 months. $450 annual fee, less $300 annual free travel spend=$150 net annual fee. Allows all points to be used at a value of 1.5 cents each towards travel). Chase Sapphire Preferred (Earn 55K points for spending $4K in 3 months and adding a free additional user card that must also make a purchase within the first 3 months. $95 annual fee waived for first year). Chase Ink Business Preferred (Earn 80K points for spending $5K in 3 months. $95 annual fee). Other no annual fee Chase cards that also earn Ultimate Rewards points include: Chase Freedom Chase Freedom Unlimited The great thing about Chase Ultimate Rewards is how versatile and valuable they are The Ink Preferred or Sapphire Preferred cards allow you and anyone in your household to transfer Chase points into miles. They also allow you to use … [Read more...] about Reader Question: Which Chase Ink Card Should I Apply For?
The Sapphire Reserve is a consumer card with a $450 annual fee, but it’s actually only going to cost you $150 out of pocket. The signup bonus on this card is 50,000 points, worth $750-$1,000. The card offers $300 in annual refunds that post automatically whenever you charge something that is categorized as travel, which includes airfare, Airbnb, car rentals, cruises, hotels, Lyft, subways, taxis, tolls, trains, Uber, UberEats, etc. It’s pretty easy to spend $300 over the course of a year given the wide range of eligible categories. You’ll earn 3 points per dollar on all travel or dining spend. You’ll get a Priority Pass lounge membership that allows you to bring 2 guests with you into over 1,000 airport lounges, including lounges with kosher food and wine in Newark and Tel Aviv. There are now many airports with restaurants that have $28 credit per person with Priority Pass membership. I’ve used that to get free granola bars, potato … [Read more...] about Ultimate Comparison Chart Of Chase Ultimate Rewards Cards; Supercharge Your Earnings By Creating Your Own Killer Quinfecta!
-Service at the Park Hyatt Buenos Aires was somewhat inconsistent. We were not addressed by name as consistently as we were at international Park Hyatt locations. The vast majority of the employees at the hotel were awesome and very friendly. English is spoken by all very well. However there are a handful of employees that made for some unpleasantness that I have never experienced at an international Park Hyatt before. The hotel gives free complimentary bottles of water and they specifically told us to just call for more when we needed it. However when they delivered our amenity (a few oranges) we asked for more water and the employee proceeded to open our fridge and exclaim that we already had water. When we asked for a late checkout we were told to check back later when a supervisor would be around. When I did come back the employee I was referred to (a supervisor?) started telling me how they “already gave us a triple … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Buenos Aires, Argentina
-That night we stayed at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach. The category 6 property feels slightly dated, but the main draw in that it’s right on the great beach. It’s kind of mind-boggling that this could be on the same redemption category as some of the other top-tier Hyatt hotels. They discounted the $23 resort fee to $17 as a Hyatt Diamond member, though I still don’t know what exactly that fee is supposed to cover. We received a nice suite, but when I turned on the air conditioning it gave off a strong electrical smell and didn’t work at all. We did get 6,000 points though as compensation for that. The pools are nothing to write home about for a resort property, although perhaps I am spoiled by the Grand Hyatt Kauai or the Hyatt Regency Maui? The property does have a nice Regency Club where they serve a complimentary breakfast. We ate some cereal and drank Tazo Passion Fruit tea out on the club balcony and … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Our SoCal Quasi-Mileage Run…
Best of all, United never charges any fuel surcharges. Other airlines like American collect massive fuel surcharges to fly on British Airways. Delta charges fuel surcharges to fly on some partners and if you originate in Europe and other regions. United will never collect a fuel surcharge and they have access to awards on 36 partner airlines which means better availability on more awards. … [Read more...] about Limited Time Offer: Earn A Whopping 75,000 Miles On The Awesome United Explorer Business Card!