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1. You can get 50,000 American Airlines miles &
2 American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge Passes with the American Airlines personal and business card. (This offer has expired.)
2. Do you know which AMEX cards get you 5% to 8% cash back at Whole Foods?
2 American Express Cards Get You 5% to 8% Cash Back at Whole Foods
3. You can get 85,000 Club Carlson points from 1 card!
85,000 Club Carlson Points Gets You 9 Free Nights at Category 1 Club Carlson Hotels
4. I reminded you to opt-in again to match your Hyatt elite status with Mlife elite status to get another year of Las Vegas VIP Line Night Club access, buffet line passes and more!
You Have to Opt-in Again for Mlife
5. Should you apply for lots of cards each quarter or cherry-pick the best bonuses?
What’s the Best Method of Applying for Credit Cards?
6. You can get more than 1 Chase Ink Plus card.
You Can Use Chase Ultimate Rewards Points to Fly to Hawaii
7. I showed you how things like watching children, tutoring, or selling your photos could qualify you for a business credit card.
A Home Based Business Could Qualify You for a Business Credit Card
8. You can get Big Travel with Small Money using Chase Ultimate Rewards points on Amtrak.
Use Your Chase Ultimate Rewards on Amtrak and Explore the US
9. Do you know how many times you can put an American Airlines award ticket on hold?
You Can Hold an American Airlines Award Ticket to Rome If Award Seats Are Available
10. I told you about the changes coming to the AMEX Premier Rewards Gold card.
You Can Transfer AMEX Membership Rewards Points to Partner Airlines Such as British Airways
Bonus: Do you know the trick to avoid the $75 United Airlines award ticket booking fee?
With Some Extra Effort, You Could Avoid the $75 United Airlines Close-In Ticketing Fee
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