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Chase Freedom Bonus Increased to 22,500 Through Refer-A-Friend

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Chase has an increased offer on their Freedom card through their referral website. Select current cardholders can refer their friends and earn 5,000 points. Their friends will earn: 20,000 points ($200) after spending $500 in the first 3 months. 2,500 points ($25) after adding an authorized user who uses the card within the first 3 months. Offer expires June 25, 2015 This is the highest the bonus has been over the past several years. The…

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Ink Rules: Options for getting additional 60K and 30K Ink Plus and Ink Cash bonuses

Ink Plus and Ink Cash

Through May 25th, Chase is offering enhanced bonuses for their Ink Cash and Ink Plus business credit cards.  Both cards earn valuable Ultimate Rewards points.  The Ink Plus has the added ability to transfer points to airline and hotel programs or to use for 1.25 cents per point value towards Ultimate Rewards Travel purchases.  The Ink Cash points can gain these abilities too if you (or your significant other) also have a premium card such…

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Best credit card combos: Ultimate Rewards

Best credit card combo

This is part 1 of a multi-part series of “best credit card combos”. The goal is to find the combination of 2 or 3 credit cards that, together, offer the best rewards for day to day spend.  The full series (not yet completed) will likely be as follows: Best credit card combos: Ultimate Rewards Best credit card combos: Membership Rewards Best credit card combos: ThankYou Rewards Best credit card combos: Mixed rewards I’ve written before…

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Ink Plus 60K? Ink Cash 30K?

Just a quick heads-up: National Small Business Week runs next week, May 4-8. In the recent past, Chase has celebrated Small Business Week by increasing the signup bonus on the Ink Plus and Ink Cash product lines to 60K and 30K, respectively.  I have no inside knowledge about this, but my bet is that it will happen again.  If you’re looking to build up those Ultimate Rewards points, this is something to watch for. Never…

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United: Two nearly identical 50K signup offers, but one is better

Chase periodically increases the signup offer on their United Mileage Plus card to 50,000 miles plus 5,000 additional miles for adding an authorized user.  That offer has returned (along with a $3K spend requirement).  However, Doctor of Credit reports availability of a slightly better offer.  This one includes a $50 statement credit after first purchase. Getting the better offer is very easy.  Simply search for any flight on United.com and you should see this: Interestingly,…

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My 90,000 point Ultimate Rewards mistake

You know that sinking knot in the pit of your stomach feeling when you realize you just made a big mistake?  Yeah, that was me yesterday morning… I keep a spreadsheet of credit cards I’ve opened and closed, and I was doing a bit of housekeeping on the spreadsheet yesterday.  I had recently closed a couple of my wife’s cards, but hadn’t entered the cancellation dates into the spreadsheet.  Luckily, with her Chase Ink card,…

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Amtrak zombie links found; should you hop on?

UPDATE: Zombie links are now dead. This morning I wrote that Chase was no longer offering the Amtrak credit card.  In that post I explained why the card was interesting, even to those not interested in Amtrak travel.  A few hours after publication, Miles Whip tweeted that a user who goes by mia on Flyertalk had published two working application links: Link 1 (bonus: 12,000 points after $500 spend) Link 2 (bonus unknown) I tried…

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Chase kills the Amtrak card. Why you might care…

I was never interested in the Chase Amtrak card.  Sure, it can be used to earn Amtrak points, and those can be valuable, but there was always a better option for earning those points: Chase Ultimate Rewards.  Ultimate Rewards points transfer one to one to Amtrak (and to a number of airline and hotel partners) as long as you have a premium card such as the Sapphire Preferred or Ink Plus.  So, why get an…

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