Chase Temporarily Lowers Sapphire Reserve Annual Fee, Adds New Option to Cash Out Points

Chase offers Sapphire cardholders some terrific travel benefits. Unfortunately, the problem with offering great travel-based credit cards is that they're a lot less valuable when you can't travel. Today, Chase has announced several new benefits for these products—including lowering annual fees and adding a way to cash out your points at up to a 50% bonus.
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Chase Adds the Ability to Easily Combine Two Account Logins

One of the cons of having both personal and business credit cards with Chase is juggling your multiple login credentials. To simplify things, Chase has recently added a new feature to its online account center. Customers can now easily combine multiple logins into one—including personal and business accounts. Now you only need to remember one login!

Save 20-40% Off Amazon Purchases By Using Just 1 Point

There are currently several deals available now letting Amazon members save up to 40% off Amazon purchases by using just one point. Here’s how to check if you’re targeted for these American Express, Citi, and Discover offers. Plus, we show you a trick on how to get these offers even if you aren’t originally targeted.

Buy Marriott Points With a Best-Ever 60% Bonus

With Marriott’s just-launched point sale, Bonvoy members can buy points for just 0.78¢ a piece. That’s the cheapest rate we’ve ever seen them sold. This opens the door to stays at the most lavish properties at a fraction of the cost—which is great if you want to stay at a hotel fit for a movie star but can’t afford the movie star price. But, it’s also great for scoring inexpensive domestic getaways.

United Club Infinite Card Review

The United Club℠ Infinite Card is Chase’s premium United co-brand card and provides a host of top perks and benefits for anyone that regularly flies United. Check out our full review of the United Club Infinite and see if this card deserves a spot in your wallet.

Buy AA Miles for 1.79¢ Each, Earn 500 Bonus Miles on Every Flight

American Airlines’ latest mileage sale lets AAdvantage members buy AA miles with up to a 100,000 bonus. While the purchase rate isn’t the best we’ve ever seen, it’s not too far off—and there’s an interesting twist to this offer. Plus, AA also just launched a promotion to let travelers earn up to 5,000 bonus miles by booking 2020 travel by May 18th.