The Chase Freedom Unlimited Just Became Even More Indispensable For Ultimate Rewards Collectors

The Chase Freedom Unlimited seems like a fairly pedestrian, no-annual-fee, cash back credit card. Its 1.5% back on all purchases is fine, but nothing groundbreaking. But it instantly gains superpowers when paired with a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve, transforming into an indispensable way to…

Earn 5% Back At Grocery and Home Improvement Stores In Q2 With Your Chase Freedom

Following a few relatively lackluster bonus category quarters (unless you drive...a lot), the Chase Freedom Card’s Q2 category is one that should benefit just about everyone. As reported by The Points Guy, you’ll earn 5% back with your Freedom card at home improvement and grocery stores, up to a maximum of $1,500 in…

Discover it® Miles Will Match Your Cash Back For the First Year, With No Annual Fee

If you’re overwhelmed by labyrinthine matrices of transfer partners, airline statuses, and annual fees, a cash back credit card might be right for you. While they don’t offer the same lucrative returns as premium travel rewards cards, they can be a lot simpler to use, while still offering a ton of value despite not…

Marriott's New Entry Level Credit Card Has the Same 100,000 Point Welcome Bonus As Its $450 Sibling

While Marriott’s newly relaunched Bonvoy Brilliant credit card is probably the right choice for frequent travelers, the entry level Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card is a great option for more casual travelers, and now, it has the same lucrative welcome offer as its big brother.

An 18 Night European Vacation, And More Modest Rewards Points Ideas From World Traveler Tony Restuccia 

Welcome back to Good Points, a Q&A about credit card points, the people who collect them, and where they take us. This week’s guest is Tony Restuccia, a self-described travelholic and self-made points and miles guru. You can follow his travels over on Instagram, and even DM him your questions if you’re looking to fund…

The World of Hyatt Visa Is the One Hotel Credit Card That's Right For Nearly Everyone

If you don’t travel enough to rack up (and fully enjoy) hotel status, hotel-branded credit cards don’t usually make as much sense as more flexible travel rewards cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred. I make an exception though for the World of Hyatt Visa, which belongs in just about everyone’s wallet.

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