You know how something seemingly simple can bother you to no end. This was that simple thing. For the longest time you could not use your Chase Ultimate rewards to book a rental car one-way. I think I might book a one-way rental for therapeutic reasons since this bugged me for so long (read: Amex […]Read more "Finally: Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Center Now Allows You to Book One-Way Rental Cars"
I must admit, for someone who has a large~ish bank of points, it is hard to pay cash for flights or hotels. Over the last year I’ve been getting better, but I still find it difficult to use cash rather than points, even when it should make sense. The Golden Rule Every blogger has their […]Read more "I Just Booked a Round-Trip to Asia for Less Than 30,000 Points and Zero Fees"
If you are new to points game, you might not be aware of the multiple point currencies. Growing from a beginner to an expert in this travel game, you will want to understand how to maximize the value from your points. Let’s go. When looking to redeem and maximize your points, you want to make sure […]Read more "Helping You Understand Pay With Points and How to Maximize"
Enter: Chase Sapphire Reserve Unless you have lived under a rock the past few years, you know that Chase offers some of the most popular and lucrative travel credit cards in the biz. Southwest, Hyatt, Marriott and United are mainstay Chase co-branded cards that can be found in most travelers’ wallets. So what is the […]Read more "This Could be the Biggest Credit Card News in 2016 – Reserve"