Chase Eliminating Price & Return Protection on Credit Cardsby Sam Helmy
When we reviewed the best credit cards for Price Protection, Chase cards came out on top. Sadly this will no longer be the case. Chase has quietly eliminated Price Protection and Return Protection from nearly all of its cards. When you visit the landing page of most Chase cards and click on Service & protection or Travel & purchase coverage, you will no longer see either benefit listed as a card feature.
Best Rewards Cards for Dining & Restaurants by Jess Farley
We all love eating out. So much so that according to USDA statistics, over 30% of all spending on food in the U.S. is spent dining out, representing a considerable portion of overall credit card spend each year. If you’re not maximizing the points for every dining purchase, you’re leaving thousands of points and miles on the table every year.
Create the Ultimate Travel Rewards Credit Card Comboby Jess Farley
Looking for the right card strategy to maximize your Ultimate Rewards earning? We’ve put together a 2, 3, 4, and 5 card setup to get the most from each dollar you spend.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card by Howie Rappaport
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.
How Many Rewards Points or Miles Does My Credit Card Earn?by Jess Farley
Knowing which credit card to swipe when making a purchase is key to maximising the points and miles earned for award travel. If you hold an array of rewards cards in your wallet, the decision is complicated by each card’s earn rate and bonus categories, and whether the rewards earned are fixed-value points, some form of cash back, airline-specific miles, or flexible points that transfer to travel partners.
Chase Cards Not Affected by Tighter Application Restrictionsby Jess Farley
Chase has strict rules for new credit cards and their associated bonuses, however, there are a few that are exceptions to those rules.
60,000 + 5,000 IHG Rewards Club Credit Card Offerby AwardWallet
The IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card earns 60,000 points after spending $1,000 in 3 months. In addition, you’ll earn 5,000 bonus points after you add your first authorized user and make your first purchase within this same 3 month period.
4 Reasons to Get the Sapphire Preferred Instead of the Sapphire Reserveby Jess Farley
With the Chase Sapphire Reserve® entering the rewards card market in August, and Amex ramping up its promotional game to compete with the Sapphire Reserve a huge slice of the press surrounding points + miles recently has focused on the premium travel card market, with the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card loosing its ‘champion travel card’ standing. And with good reason. That doesn’t mean the Sapphire Preferred is a loser — it still provides an amazing value across the board.
British Airways Visa Signature® Card Reviewby AwardWallet
You don’t have to be planning an extravagant European vacation to be able to take advantage of the great perks that are offered by the British Airways Visa Signature® Card. You will find that this card offers terrific flexibility and plenty of options for using points with travel partners when you are ready to exchange. Take a look at some of the great perks and decide for yourself.
Limited Time to Apply for raised Hilton (expired) & Other Offersby AwardWallet
The offers on the Hilton Honors™ Card from American Express and Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express have expired and the cards are no longer open to applications. You can find all the details for the new Hilton co-brand…