That being said, Capital One does have the advantage of no foreign transaction fees and you can book travel anywhere, it doesn’t need to be via a portal like Chase requires. Plus you only need one card to do all of that, though there are no strong bonus categories. One Capital One mileage earning card effectively becomes a hybrid card by giving the ability to redeem miles at a decent value towards paid airfare and the ability to transfer into airline miles. … [Read more...] about Capital One Miles Will Be Transferable Into Airline Miles!
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Lifemiles is one of the rare mileage programs that doesn’t collect any fuel surcharges. United is another program that does not collect fuel surcharges, but AMEX points can’t be transferred to United as they are exclusively with Chase. … [Read more...] about AMEX Membership Rewards Adds A New Valuable Star Alliance Airline Transfer Program With No Fuel Surcharges!
The Chase Freedom is a consumer card with no annual fee. The signup bonus on this card is marketed at $150, but will actually come in the form of 15,000 points. Used correctly, those points will be worth $225-$300. This card markets itself as earning 5% cash back in rotating categories, but really it earns 5 points per dollar in rotating categories. Used correctly, that’s 7.5%-10% back in rotating categories. The maximum spending in the rotating categories is $1,500 per quarter. Rotating categories have included restaurants, Amazon, Walmart, telecom, department stores, grocery stores, gas stations, wholesale stores, mobile payment purchases, and more. 0% APR on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. The Chase Ink Cash is a business card with no annual fee. The signup bonus on this card is marketed at $500, but will actually come in the form of 50,000 points. Used correctly, those points will be worth $750-$1,000. This card markets itself as earning … [Read more...] about Ultimate Comparison Chart Of Chase Ultimate Rewards Cards; Supercharge Your Earnings By Creating Your Own Killer Quinfecta!
If I want to stay in a 5 star Park Hyatt in the Maldives, Melbourne, NYC, Paris, Sydney, or Tokyo that would cost over $1,000/night, I can instantly transfer 25-30K points to Hyatt to do that, a value of up to 6 cents per point. If I need a one-way flight from Cleveland (or Chicago, Detroit, Miami, Montreal, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Toronto, etc) to NYC that can cost $500 each way, I can instantly transfer 7.5K points to British Airways to book a short-haul on American with no last minute booking fees. Or if American doesn’t have availability I can instantly transfer 10K points to United for their short-haul award. That’s a value of up to 7 cents per point. If I want to stay in a non-chain hotel that costs $300/night and don’t want to pay cash, I can redeem 20K points for the room thanks to my Sapphire Reserve card’s minimum redemption value of 1.5 cents per point. If I want to fly in a $25,000 ANA First Class Suite round-trip from the US to Tokyo, I can … [Read more...] about Reader Question: Which Chase Ink Card Should I Apply For?
AMEX Blue Business Plus No annual fee, earns 2 points per dollar spent everywhere on up to $50K in annual spending. AMEX Platinum Business $450 annual fee (going up to $595 in February, but you can apply now to pay $450 for the first year), up to 75K points welcome bonus, earn 1.5 points per dollar on $5K+ transactions, $200 in annual airline fee credits, Marriott and Hilton Gold status, 35% points rebate on paid airfare redemptions, Global Entry/Pre-check, AMEX Global lounge collection access. AMEX Gold Business Card $295 annual fee, 1 year G Suite Basic for 3 users and up to 1 year of ZipRecruiter Standard, earn up to 4 points per dollar. AMEX Gold Card Consumer Card $250 annual fee, 50K points welcome bonus, $100 in annual airline fee credits, earn up to 4 points per dollar. AMEX Platinum Consumer Card $550 annual fee, up to 60K points welcome bonus, earn 5 points per dollar on airfare, $200 in annual airline fee credits, up to $200 in annual Uber credit, up … [Read more...] about All About Mileage Expiration And Transfer Options For 57 Loyalty Programs: Keep Points From Expiring And Bring Them Back To Life!
A Chase Bifecta would consist of a household that has the Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve and the Freedom Unlimited or Ink Unlimited. The total effective annual fees would be either $95 with Sapphire Preferred or $150 with Sapphire Reserve after accounting for that card’s $300 annual travel credit. With the Sapphire Preferred you would earn 2 points per dollar on travel/dining and 1.5 points per dollar elsewhere. With the Sapphire Reserve you would earn 3 points per dollar on travel/dining and 1.5 points per dollar elsewhere. Either way you’ll be able to transfer all of your points into airline miles or hotel points, but with the Sapphire Preferred you can also use the points with a value of 1.25 cents each towards travel, while the Sapphire Reserve allows you to use the points with a value of 1.5 cents each towards travel. … [Read more...] about Limited Time Offer: Earn 60,000 Points On The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card!