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Death of Digital Gifts: No more 5x

We received a report on Twitter that as of earlier this week, PayPal Digital Gifts is no longer earning 5x with Chase Ink Cash or Ink Plus cards. Unfortunately, this has been corroborated by data points on Reddit, Doctor of Credit, and in our Frequent Miler Insiders Group. A member of our Insiders group shares the following screen shot illustrating that this change appears to have happened on 10/17/17. Sadly, reports at Reddit and DoC…

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Cheap points: $170 for $200 at Sears, earn 5X

PayPal Digital Gifts is selling $200 Sears gift cards for just $170, with a limit of 2 per customer. Purchases on eBay from PayPal Digital Gifts normally earn 5x points on a Chase Ink Cash (or Chase Ink Plus – no longer available). You could sell the gift cards for a small loss (or you could break even depending on your bulk reselling relationships), earning some cheap and easy Ultimate Rewards points. Alternatively, these could…

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$200 Staples Gift Card + $25 eBay GC + 5X

PayPal Digital Gifts is selling a $200 Staples Gift Card and bundling a free $25 eBay Gift Code with it (for $200 total). PayPal Digital Gifts has been known to code at 5X on Chase Ink Cash / Chase Ink Plus (no longer available) cards. The Deal $200 Staples Gift card + $25 eBay Gift Code for $200 Direct link to item Key Terms Stated limit is 5 per buyer, but according to Miles to Memories,…

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New hope for breaking free of 5/24 after all?

Breaking 5/24

This morning, Greg posted about his latest attempt to bypass 5/24. In that post, he details the process of applying through a BRM (Business Relationship Manager) and the outcomes of the process as he faced initial rejection and filed for special consideration. Some readers questioned whether or not his rejection could be considered yet again or whether the key reason was in fact 5/24. Maybe Greg will take it back up with Chase when he…

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Is Staples rejecting Ink cards for Visa Gift Card Purchases? Data points welcome

Update: Thanks for all of the reader input! It looks like this must have been a Staples POS issue that affected all stores for a short time yesterday and has since been resolved. Many readers reported success before and after. Yesterday, we received a question in a private message from a reader at the Frequent Miler Facebook page: We suggested that this was probably a fraud alert and that the reader contact Chase about it.…

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20K points per referral with Chase Ink; Earn up to 100K

Chase has a new referral offer out for the Chase Ink Business Preferred: you can earn 20K Ultimate Rewards points per referral up to 100k total points. The referral offer matches the best public offer on the card: 80K points for spending $5,000 in the first 3 months. We received this offer as Chase Ink Plus holders — so if you have an Ink Plus, check to see if you have a referral. Chase has sent…

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How to get approved for the Ink Plus 70K offer before it’s too late

Ink Plus 70K

On the heels of its blockbuster new personal card, the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Chase has introduced a new business card — the Chase Ink Business Preferred.  According to an article in Bloomberg, the new card will roll out “later this year”.  That means soon. As we previously reported, the new card will offer an 80K signup bonus, and 3X Ultimate Rewards points for travel, telecommunications, shipping and advertising on social-media and search engines. Meanwhile, the…

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Ultimate Rewards 5X Everywhere (almost)

5X everywhere

Ultimate Rewards has long been my favorite transferable points currency.  Compared to its rivals, in my opinion, Ultimate Rewards offers the best options for point transfers, purchasing travel with points, and cashing in points for those who prefer money over travel.  And, of course, the addition of the new Sapphire Reserve card has made the Ultimate Rewards “ecosystem” even better… Ultimate Rewards also has the best options for point earnings, such as: Ink Plus or…

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