Leak: Chase may end Ultimate Rewards pooling

Over the past year, there have been rumblings / rumors / fears that Chase might someday limit the ability to combine Ultimate Rewards from one account with another (see this post at Doctor of Credit from July 2017, where he covers surveys that included a number of options that would limit the ability to transfer between cards or limit the value of transfers between cards). At the moment, it is possible to combine your points…

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Delta sending mailers for 60K offer

Delta has sent out targeted mail offers for a 60,000 SkyMiles welcome offer on the Delta Gold SkyMiles card from American Express. While the mailer and offer is targeted, the link appears to be accessible by anyone – so it’s easy to check if you’re targeted. The Offer Get 60,000 Delta SkyMiles after making $1,000 in eligible purchases in the first 3 months Direct link to see if you’re targeted Key Card Details Earning rate: 2X…

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Cash back ending for Giftcards.com VGCs

Two popular shopping portals have announced that they will no longer pay out cash back on Visa Gift Cards as of the end of this month. If you intend to place any orders that qualify for cash back, you only have a few days left. As seen above, Yazing made this announcement via Twitter. That message is consistent with language on Top Cash Back that indicates payouts on Visa Gift Cards will end at the end…

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Marriott Platinum Premier 75. Should I go for it?

Given Marriott’s announced new program, I’ve been thinking a lot about different options for earning high level elite status (see this post for ideas: Marriott SPG Windows of Opportunity).  The new program has three levels of meaningful elite status: Platinum 50* (requires 50 nights per year), Platinum Premier 75 (requires 75 nights per year), and Platinum Premier 100 (requires 100 nights per year, plus $20K spend).  It has occurred to me that if one was…

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Save $10 off $15 Grubhub order when paying with Venmo

Grubhub Venmo discount

Grubhub, Eat24 and Seamless are now accepting Venmo when paying for your order. To celebrate, they’re offering $10 off your next order of $15 or more. The Deal Use promo code EATWITHVENMO and pay with Venmo to get $10 off an order of $15+. Key Terms Offer is available on a first-come, first-serve basis; limited to first 20,000 users across Grubhub, Eat24 and Seamless who properly redeem the offer. Valid from 12:01 AM CST on…

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Sprint Members: Get Free AAA Membership Renewals

Sprint AAA

If you have Sprint service, you can get free AAA membership renewals for as long as you’re a Sprint customer when linking your accounts. The Deal Get free Classic or Basic AAA membership renewals for as long as you’re a Sprint customer. This includes you and other family members who are also on Sprint. Register here. Also get: Exclusive member-only pricing. Free Safe & Found on up to 5 phones. 25% off eligible accessories. Key…

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T-Mobile Tuesdays: Baskin-Robbins discount, 30% off at Groupon & more

T-Mobile Tuesdays Groupon

It’s time for another set of T-Mobile Tuesdays and there’s one or two deals you might like today. The Deals & Key Terms Baskin-Robbins Discount – $1 Off Medium Milkshake Claim in-app by April 25, 2018 at 4:59am ET. Redeem at Baskin-Robbins by May 1, 2018, at 4:59am ET. 30% Off Groupon Local Deals Claim in-app by April 25, 2018 at 4:59am ET. Redeem on the Groupon app by April 25, 2018, at 11:59pm ET.…

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Earn 20% World of Hyatt bonus points on Vegas stays – registration required

Bellagio Chihuly Glass Sculptures

Through their partnership with M life, World of Hyatt is offering 20% bonus points for upcoming stays in Las Vegas. The Deal Earn 20% Bonus Points on eligible spend when you stay at Hyatt Place Las Vegas or any participating MGM Resorts destination in Las Vegas. Registration required – sign up here. Key Terms Bonus points earned on stays between May 7 and July 31, 2018. Only Base Points are considered in calculating the 20% Bonus…

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Fly (semi) private on points or credits: JetBlue selling JetSuiteX seats

Yesterday, I saw that JetBlue is planning to sell seats on JetSuiteX flights. JetSuiteX is a semi-private carrier with a number of routes along the west coast. That headline made it sound as though JetBlue would be offering these flights in the future, but it goes on to note that JetBlue is already selling these seats online. Naturally, my next question was: Can you use points to fly in a semi-private jet? The answer is maybe, but not as…

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