1. 2,000 Southwest Bonus Points for Cardholders
Via Miles to Memories, you can earn up to 2,000 Southwest points with the Southwest Dining program. To get the bonus you must be a Chase Southwest Premier or Plus cardholder.
Eat and Earn Southwest Points!
Note: An email was sent to targeted Southwest cardholders. That said, you may be able to take advantage of this offer even if you didn’t receive the email.
Here’s how it works:
Earn 1,000 Southwest Points
- Register your Southwest card with the Southwest dining program by January 15, 2015.
- Spend $25 at a participating restaurant, night club, or bar within 30 days
- Write a review within 30 days
Earn Another 1,000 Southwest Points
- Spend money at participating restaurants or through the Southwest shopping portal and Southwest will double the points you earn up to 500 points. Your purchases must be made by January 15, 2015.
2. Free Internet at Starwood Hotels
The 20,000 point sign-up bonus (double the usual offer) for the Chase Freedom will end on December 17, 2014.
Chase Freedom is 1 of my favorite no annual fee cards because of the 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards point categories.
And because you can transfer your points to partner airlines and hotels when you have the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Ink Plus, or Ink Bold.
The Chase Freedom Is Great for Earning 5X Points on Rotating Categories Each Quarter
But should you rush to apply now?
Hyatt has made changes to its award chart and loyalty program benefits for 2015, and there’s good news and bad news.
Each year, Hyatt adjusts its award chart, sometimes moving hotels up or down a category. This means that some hotels will cost more points per night, and some will cost fewer points.
Has Your Favorite Hyatt Hotel Changed Categories?
And Hyatt is eliminating some perks from their program! I’ll explain all the changes.
Some folks focus their credit card spending on earning miles and points, but others prefer cash back. I like both!
There are a lot of cash back credit cards
, but 1 of the best is the Chase Ink Cash.
You’ll get $200 or 20,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $3,000 in the 1st 3 months. And there’s NO annual fee.
Plus, you’ll earn 5% cash back (or 5 points per $1 you spend) at office supply stores and on cellphone, landline, internet, and cable TV expenses (up to $25,000 total each year). And 2% cash back (2 points per $1 you spend) at restaurants and gas stations, also up to $25,000 in purchases per year.
Some Prefer Miles and Points, but for Many Folks, Cash IS King!
I’ll explain why this card is 1 of the best cash back cards for business! And how it’s flexible enough to get you miles and points too!
By stacking discounts and cash back with my Chase Freedom card, I was able to get 25 appliances and 2,250 Chase Ultimate Rewards points for a final cost of ~$33.
If you’d like to do the same (with the Freedom or another cash back card), this deal ends November 28, 2014, so you’ll have to act quickly.
Get Small Appliances and Lots of Points From Kohl’s for Almost Free!
I’ll show you how to do the deal!