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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Another benefit of the card not reporting on your personal credit report is that when you spend money on personal cards your credit score will be hurt even if you pay your bill on time. A whopping 30% of your credit score is based on credit utilization. You can pay off your card bill before your statement is generated to avoid that, but that takes effort and laying out money well before you have to. Additionally it’s good to have the statement close with a couple dollars to show the card is active and being paid every month. On an business cards from banks like AMEX and Chase it’s just not reported, so you can wait until the money is due without it having a negative effect on your score. That also means if you close the card, it won’t have an effect on your credit score. … [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!
-I requested a suite in the older building, but there are only 3 suites in that building and at first they were unable to fulfill the request. No matter though, we were upgraded to a spectacular Park Executive suite that was possibly the most spacious hotel room I’ve ever been in. The room normally sells on their website for $1,100 per night, so not a bad deal for 18,000 points per night (a value of 6.1 cents per point). The room had 2 bathrooms, a vast dining and living room area, an office, a couple of closets, and a huge master bathroom and rain shower and jacuzzi. Not that I don’t have any complaints about the room though. The light switches are seriously poorly conceived. They are too “modern” for practical usage, even their own employees could barely operate them. Also a dozen lights are controlled by a single switch which is highly impractical and switches are not where they ought to be and are quite … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Buenos Aires, Argentina
-In Houston we went to the excellent Presidents Club in Terminal E and made our way up to the 3rd floor of the massive club. The showers there are significantly nicer than the ones Continental has in Newark. There is a closet in each shower room where you can put your clothes into and they are pressed while you shower. In Newark we had to scout around to find empty seats in the club but on the 3rd floor of Houston’s club there were plenty of open spaces. … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Our SoCal Quasi-Mileage Run…
However, it’s important to note that business cards from most banks, including Chase business cards, do not get added to your 5/24 count of recently opened cards. That’s because business cards from most banks don’t show up on your personal credit report and the 5/24 count is based off of your personal credit report. That means that applying for these cards won’t “hurt” your 5/24 count. … [Read more...] about Limited Time Offer: Earn A Whopping 75,000 Miles On The Awesome United Explorer Business Card!