The Chase Sapphire Preferred is now offering 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points when you complete the minimum spending. This is the largest publicly available sign-up bonus I’ve ever seen for this card!
And you can easily turn this into 55,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points!
Adding a Friend or Family Member to Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Could Be Worth an Extra 5,000 Points Towards Your Dream Vacation
I’ll explain how to earn this bonus and tell you about 3 other benefits to adding an authorized user to your account.
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I love my Chase Freedom card because it has rotating 5X points categories. For instance, right now (through December 31, 2015) you earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points at Amazon.com.
I’ve kept this card a long time because of these ongoing bonuses and because there’s no annual fee!
So I’m excited that Chase has bumped up their welcome offer for new Freedom cardholders to 15,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points (worth $150 in cash back.) It was previously 10,000 points.
$150 in Cash Back Is Great, but You Could Get Much More From the 15,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points You’ll Earn!
But I don’t use my Chase Ultimate Rewards points for cash back, I use them for Big Travel with Small Money! I’ll show you how you can too.
I’ll explain why I love this card and how you can get the most out of the points you’ll earn for signing-up!
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AMEX Offers has new ways you can save on hotels, cosmetics, clothing, and airfare with your American Express card!
If you’re new to AMEX Offers, see my post on how to register. And you may even be able to get these savings with each AMEX card in your wallet.
There’s a New AMEX Offer That Can Save You $50 at Embassy Suites Hotels Like This 1 in Puerto Rico!
To tweet offers, use a connected AMEX card and check for confirmation from AMEX. Some of these deals are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.
Here’s a look at all the new ways you can save!
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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Did you know it’s possible to fund new accounts (and not incur a cash advance fee) at some banks with certain credit cards?
It’s a great way to meet minimum spending requirements and earn lots of miles and points. And right now, Citi has terrific bonuses for folks who open a new account (and these can be funded with a MasterCard or Visa!).
You can earn 50,000 American Airlines miles or Citi ThankYou points when you open a new Citigold checking account. But there are conditions & restrictions, and you’ll have to do a bit of legwork!
Now’s a Great Time to Open a New Account, Meet Minimum Spending Requirements, and Earn Miles & Points
I’ll show you how to sign-up, and explain if it’s worth it!
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