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Chase changing travel credit to cardmember year on Sapphire Reserve

Chase Sapphire Reserve

Travel After Work is reporting a change is coming in the Chase Sapphire Reserve annual travel credit. This benefit is currently a calendar-year benefit. However, the credit will instead become a cardmember year benefit for applications approved from May 21st onward. What’s the difference? The difference is in how many times you can receive the credit before your second annual fee is due. As a calendar-year benefit, it has been possible to receive the $300 travel credit two…

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I’m calling it: US Bank Altitude will be DOA.

I’m calling it: The US Bank Altitude card is Dead On Arrival. This morning, Greg wrote about US Bank’s Sapphire Reserve Killer. Long story short: US Bank is making a foray into the premium card market. This card would presumably do what the Citi Prestige and the American Express Personal and Business Platinum cards haven’t done: kill the buzz on the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Unfortunately, I think the only thing the US Bank Altitude Reserve…

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Last Call for Chase Sapphire Reserve, New Hope

As you may recall, the Chase Sapphire Reserve set the credit card world on fire this past fall with it’s colossal 100K Ultimate Rewards sign-up bonus and slew of valuable benefits.  The online offer for that card has since decreased to only 50K bonus points, but the 100K point offer has still been available when applying in-branch directly with a banker.  That in-branch offer ends this week (either March 11th or 12th, it may vary by…

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Enhanced Chase offers in-branch for some

Doctor of Credit is reporting some changes in signup bonuses on several Chase cards. Starting March 12, Chase will have some new offers in-branch on several cards starting on March 12th.  These offers are not open to everyone, but may be useful for some. The Offers Chase Ink Preferred 100,000 points after $5k spend in 3 months Annual fee NOT waived Only available to business-managed customers More information available at Doctor of Credit here. Chase…

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