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Review: Chase Ink Cash

Chase Ink Cash card is a great no annual fee, cash back card  Points are combinable with other members of the Ultimate Rewards family.

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Review: Chase Freedom

The Chase Freedom is a great no annual fee card option from Chase. The current sign-up bonus offers you the ability to earn up to $800 or 80,000 points. This offer is going away on September 13, 2020 so if you are interested, now is the time to act!

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Review: Citi Premier

The Citi Premier is the most underrated card in the market. No other card with a $95 annual fee offers these many bonus categories, especially at 3x points per dollar.

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Review: IHG Rewards Club Credit Cards

Oftentimes, IHG is the forgotten major hotel chain for award travelers. Travelers, especially award travelers, think of Marriott, Hilton, and Hyatt before they consider IHG. This may be a mistake!

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Chase Sapphire Updates: May 2020

It’s really nice to see Chase make changes to the Sapphire cards to make each card more competitive during this time of staying at home and social distancing. While we’re not traveling, you can decide whether you want to use your Ultimate Rewards as cash or whether you want to stockpile them for future travel. Either way, you get tremendous value from these cards. As always, come on over to our Facebook group to discuss these changes in more detail.

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Review: American Express Green Card

The Amex Green Card stands out as a great all-around player with tremendous points earning potential and a modest annual fee. This is a great starting point for those looking to earn valuable Amex Membership Rewards.

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Review: Chase Freedom Unlimited Credit Card

The Chase Freedom Unlimited will always have a spot in my wallet due to its ease of use, flexibility in redemption and lack of an annual fee. Although there is a solid cash back option, the ultimate value comes from pairing the card with the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve for travel.

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Review: World of Hyatt Credit Card

The World of Hyatt program is incredibly valuable and rewarding. While it is quite easy to accrue Hyatt points via Chase Ultimate Rewards cards, as Chase is a transfer partner, the World of Hyatt credit card also makes sense for most award travelers.

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