The regular offer on the Chase Sapphire Preferred has increased to 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after spending $4,000 on purchases within the 1st 3 months of account opening.
This is an excellent deal because the usual sign-up bonus is 40,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
Enjoy a Beach Vacation to the Caribbean or Hawaii! Both Are Possible With the Points You’ll Earn With the Chase Sapphire Preferred!
This is as high as the sign-up bonus on this card gets. I’ve never seen a higher offer.
I’ll explain why this is my all-around favorite credit card for Big Travel!
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You can now earn 35,000 Lufthansa miles with the new Barclaycard Miles & More Premier World Elite MasterCard when you complete the minimum spending.
Emily and I don’t earn a commission on this card, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!
This isn’t the highest bonus I’ve seen on this card, but it comes with new perks which might make it interesting for some folks!
You Can Use Your Lufthansa Miles to Book Flights on United Airlines Anywhere in the US
I’ll let you know about the changes to the card and help you decide if this is the right card for you!
Million Mile Secrets reader, Robert, commented:
Hello Daraius! Could you do a post or list here all of the airlines that don’t assess fuel surcharges for award tickets? Thanks for all that you do.
Hi Robert! That sounds like a good idea!
Some airlines add fuel charges to their award tickets. These extra charges can add hundreds of dollars to your “free” award seat!
Fuel Surcharges Are Money Down the Drain! I’ll Tell You Which Airlines Have NO (or Low) Fuel Surcharges!
But some airlines have NO (or low) fuel surcharges. Let’s take a look at the programs that save you money!
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In-flight Wi-Fi is a nice perk to have if you want to catch up on work, or stay entertained during a long flight. But it can be expensive!
There Are a Few Ways to Access In-Flight Wi-Fi for Free!
I’ll give you a few tips on how to get Wi-Fi on your next flight for free!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Gia, writes:
Which card(s) have the most benefits for annual spending? I spend more than $5,000 a month on credit cards these days, but I feel like I ran out of options for sign-up bonuses as I’ve had most of the cards in the past.
What do you use as your default credit card for everyday purchases to build points? Could you give me couple of suggestions?
Which Card Should Gia Use for Her Everyday Purchases?
When I’m not working to meet the minimum spending requirements to earn sign-up bonuses for Big Travel, there are 2 cards I keep in my wallet for everyday spending.
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