What Are the Best Flexible Rewards Points for Travel?
The key to successful rewards travel is flexibility. In today’s post, we break down the benefits of cash back, fixed-value, and transferrable points to help you find the right type of rewards for big travel savings.
Targeted: 1,500 Bonus Points With Chase Pay & Chase Freedom Unlimited
You can now earn up to 1,500 bonus Ultimate Rewards points for making 5 purchases using your Chase Freedom Unlimited® and the Chase Pay app. The promotion is valid at any retailer who accepts Chase Pay. You have plenty of time to take advantage of the promotion, which runs through December 31, 2018. This promotion is targeted, so you will have to check your email, to make sure that you have been selected for the offer.
Doing the Math: Sapphire Reserve vs Sapphire Preferred
Looking for an exact dollar figure to help you decide if you should get the or ? You’ve come to the right post! Today we’re breaking down exactly how much you need to spend each year on travel and dining…
How to Combine Chase Ultimate Rewards From Multiple Credit Cards
If you have one or more Chase Ultimate Rewards earning credit cards, you’ll notice that the points earned on each card account are associated with that particular card. If you want to maximize your rewards for redemption, you’ll want to consider combining those points to the card that provides the most value for each point. Combining points is easy, fast and free.
Best $0 Annual Fee Credit Cards with 0% Intro APR 
Credit cards with 0% intro APR’s on purchases or balance transfers are a low-cost option for financing major purchases and offer an alternative to personal loans. But it’s essential to repay the balance on the card before the promotional interest rate expires, or you may wipe out any gains you’ve made.
How to use the Chase Sapphire Reserve $300 Travel Credit
The has been a runaway success since its release in August 2016. It has been so successful that JPMorgan Chase CEO, Jamie Dimon, noted during an investor conference that the rapid take-up of the card would put a $200/300 million…
Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve Worth the $450 Annual Fee?
A common question we field here on the blog, and in our Facebook community Award Travel 101, is whether the Sapphire Reserve is worth the $450 annual fee. With the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card available for a $95 annual fee (waived for the first year), at what point does it make sense to pay $450 a year for the Sapphire Reserve?
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card 
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card is Chase’s ultra-premium Ultimate Rewards earning travel rewards card. Competing with the likes of the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige card, you’ll pay a hefty annual fee to keep this card, but the benefits truly are second to none.