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New Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card by Chase – 1.5% Cash Back on Everything

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Much to the delight of frequent travelers, Chase keeps releasing Ultimate Rewards credit cards. And the bank has unveiled a new addition to the lineup of options for small-business owners—the Chase Ink Business Unlimited credit card.

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2019 Chase Freedom Calendar (Q4 Revealed to Earn 5% Cash Back)

The Chase Freedom credit card is one of my favorite ways to earn cash back. Each quarter they offer rotating categories that offer 5% cash back on your purchases. This cash back comes in the form of Ultimate Rewards points, which hold even more value when you pair the Freedom card with the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve, or the Chase Ink Business cards.

The quarterly bonus categories are capped at $1,500 in spend each quarter. This means that you can earn up to 7,500 Ultimate Rewards points every three months when you max out the bonus opportunity.

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Using Chase Ultimate Rewards Points: Best and Worst Uses Through the Booking Portal

Using Chase Ultimate Rewards Points: Best and Worst Uses Through the Booking Portal

Chase Ultimate Rewards is a great program with many fans. Just like the American Express Membership Rewards and Citi ThankYou programs, Ultimate Rewards offer multiple ways to redeem points. It is the only program that allows easy cash redemption at 100:1, but it mostly shines on travel redemptions.

If you like to travel, you might want to avoid some common mistakes in order to stretch your dollars. These mistakes are easy to make because the Ultimate Rewards earning structure is a bit complicated.

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Which Credit Cards Offer Flight Delay Coverage?

Which Credit Cards Offer Flight Delay Coverage?

If you have seen people at the airport sleeping on the floor, shaving in the restrooms, and generally looking as if they have spenT hours and hours at the airport, they probably have. Some of these situations might be due to long layovers, but some of them are caused by flight cancellations and lengthy delays. The US DOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that so far in 2016, almost 458,000 flights have been delayed, almost 35,000 flights have been canceled, and almost 7,000 flights have been diverted, and that only includes the data for the U.S.

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Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card Review

Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card Review

Who Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card Good For?

The latest offering in Chase’s Ultimate Rewards lineup is the Sapphire Reserve card. This card is widely rumored to have an official release date of August 21st and the features have been confirmed by screenshots around the blogosphere. This card is Chase’s first public UR-earning entry into the super-premium segment, designed to compete with the Platinum card from American Express and the Citi Prestige card and be more exclusive than Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card that already established itself as great travel card.

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How and When to Downgrade Your Amex, Chase or Citi Credit Card

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You may have been using a particular credit card for a while, but the time may come when you’re not happy with it anymore. There are potentially many very compelling reasons to get rid of a card, including a reduction of benefits and changes in your own lifestyle and travel habits. Sometimes you simply want to get one that is a better fit for your travel goals. You can check RewardExpert to see if a different card might help you achieve your travel dreams sooner.

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How Will the New Chase Credit Card Rules Affect Frequent Flyers?

Chase is tightening restrictions on credit card applications. They are limiting the number of new cards a customer can get to five within a 24-month period. So if you apply for a sixth new card in a two-year period, Chase is very likely to turn you down.

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