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$64 RT per person Orlando <-> Los Angeles

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In this morning’s Last Chance Deals post, we mentioned that a great fare we posted last week is still alive: $114 round trip in either direction between Orlando and Los Angeles. While that fare is already great, a reader pointed out that it can get even better with the Visa Infinite Discount Air program from the Chase Ritz-Carlton Visa or CNB Crystal Visa Infinite, which will give you a $100 discount if you’re booking 2 or more people, which could…

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Crystal Visa Infinite: The best card you can’t get

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I signed up for the Crystal Visa Infinite card late last year because of its 100,000 point signup bonus and waived first year fee (no longer available).  The signup process turned out to be a bit of an ordeal, but I did eventually get the card and I did earn the 100K bonus. A few weeks ago, I dove into CNB’s rewards program to try to figure out what those points are worth.  The answer:…

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Bet You Didn’t Know: A Repeatable Companion Airfare Discount with the CNB Crystal Visa Infinite

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By Julian, author of Devil’s Advocate…   In my experience, one of the most overrated credit card benefits is the companion airfare discount. It seems these deals always manage to feature a slew of caveats that make the perk a lot less valuable than advertised. Sometimes there are huge fuel surcharges (British Airways) or you have to buy a full fare unrestricted ticket (Amex) or there are blackout dates (the old US Airways). Whatever the issue, there are often too…

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How much are those 100,000 Crystal Visa Infinite points worth?

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On October 1, we published a Quick Deal for a 100K credit card signup offer: New Crystal Visa Infinite Offer – 100K Points, $250 Airline Credit, Free Lounge Membership & Waived 1st Year Annual Fee.  At the time, it was possible to signup for this offer, from anywhere, by applying via email.  Soon, though, we learned from Rene’s Points, that City National Bank would now only accept applications in-person.  That means finding a CNB branch…

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