Chase Partners With Expedia To Power Ultimate Rewards Booking Portalby Sam Helmy
Booking travel with Chase Ultimate Rewards just got better after it was announced that Chase has partnered with Expedia to run their Ultimate Rewards travel portal. The move is excellent news for Chase cardholders since Expedia group also owns Travelocity, Orbitz and Hotwire.com travel search engines, which should result in many more options.
Doing the Math: Sapphire Reserve vs Sapphire Preferredby Jess Farley
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…
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Credit Card Reviewby Jess Farley
Taken at face value, the Freedom Unlimited offer can appear a little underwhelming. Why earn just 1.5% cash back when there’s a host of cards offering 2% or more back on everyday purchases? The answer lies in the Freedom Unlimited belonging to the Ultimate Rewards family of credit cards.
Why the Chase Sapphire Preferred Is Best for Beginnersby Richard Kerr
Richard Kerr, Founder of Award Travel 101, shares his reasons why the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card stands out amongst all the noise and should be considered for the first spot in your newly minted, or even experienced, loyalty portfolio.
Can You Book Low Cost Carriers With Chase, Citi, or Amex Points?by Jess Farley
While the price of revenue tickets with low-cost carriers is small enough to justify paying cash, you can also use points and miles to book award flights. Some you can book directly through the respective travel portals, others need to be booked over the phone, and if all else fails, you can redeem points as a statement credit against tickets purchased directly from the airline.
Travel Worth $1,000+ Without Searching for Award Availabilityby Jess Farley
You would need to search far and wide for a better ‘bang-for-buck’ small business rewards card than the Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card. The card currently offers the highest available signup bonus of any Ultimate Rewards earning-card, an affordable minimum spend, a modest $95 annual fee, and includes top-value benefits such as cell phone insurance and primary CDW for rental cars used for business rentals.
Benefits of Booking Award Flights via the Ultimate Rewards Travel Portalby Jess Farley
In addition to transferring to 13 airline and hotel partner programs, collecting Ultimate Rewards also provides access to the Chase Travel Portal. There, cardmembers can redeem points for a variety of travel including airfare, hotels, cruises, and car rentals. Each option can offer substantial value under the right circumstances.