Category Archives: Ritz-Carlton

6 Chase Travel Cards Not Restricted by the “5/24 Rule”

Chase offers terrific credit cards with great perks and benefits to use for Big Travel.  But tougher application rules have made it more difficult to get approved for many cards issued by Chase.

But certain Chase cards are NOT impacted by the stricter rules.  Like the Chase Hyatt card, which gets you 2 free nights at any Hyatt after meeting minimum spending requirements.

6 Chase Travel Cards Not Restricted By The 5/24 Rule

The Tougher Chase Application Rules Don’t Apply to ALL Chase Cards! You Can Still Get the Chase Hyatt Card and Earn 2 Free Nights at Any Hyatt Hotel Like the Park Hyatt Sydney!

I’ll explain which Chase cards are not affected by the rules!

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Sign-Up Now for 100,000 Points with the Chase Sapphire Reserve!

This is the highest public sign-up bonus I’ve ever seen on a card that earns Chase Ultimate Rewards points!

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve card is now officially available for sign-ups!  Note that link goes to the Reddit thread where you’ll see the card link.  We don’t earn a commission on this link, but will always tell you about the best deals!  That’s why you read Million Mile Secrets. 🙂

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve Bonus of 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Is Enough for 2 Round-Trip Tickets to Hawaii! Or Transfer Your Points to Hyatt for an Amazing Award Stay

You can earn 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months after opening your account.  That’s worth $1,500 in travel when you redeem through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal.  And potentially worth even more if you transfer points to airline and hotel partners like Hyatt or Southwest.

I’ll explain why this is a terrific card for folks looking to earn Big Travel!

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Can You Use the Chase Ritz-Carlton $300 Travel Credit Now & Again in January 2017?

Million Mile Secrets reader, Bob, commented:

Is the $300 annual travel credit with the Chase Ritz-Carlton based on a a calendar year?  Can I use $300 now and $300 again in January 2017?

Great questions, Bob!

The answer is yes!  This is a terrific benefit.  Because you can effectively get $600 in travel credit by January 2017.  Plus, there are many other perks that offset the annual fee.

Can You Use The Chase Ritz Carlton 300 Travel Credit Now Again In January 2017

With the Chase Ritz-Carlton Card, You Can Earn $300 in Travel Credit Now. And Earn an Additional $300 in Credit in January 2017.

I’ll explain how the annual travel credit works.

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WOW Air Sale to Europe Starting at $99 One-Way

WOW Air has released more cheap fares from the US to Europe!

I found flights from several US cities, like New York and Baltimore, to Stockholm, Sweden, for $99 one-way for travel between November 2016 to March 2017

I had a very good experience flying WOW Air to Iceland.

WOW Air Sale To Europe Starting At 99 One Way

Take Advantage of WOW Air’s Cheap Flights to Visit the Beautiful Country of Iceland!

Here are the details.  And how to search for deals from your city!

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Handy List of All 76 Hotels You Can Stay 3 Nights With Ritz-Carlton Card Bonus

In case you missed it, there’s a great new offer for the Chase Ritz-Carlton card!

Instead of earning 2 complimentary nights at participating Ritz-Carlton hotels (tier 1 through 4). you’ll earn 3 complimentary nights after meeting minimum spending requirements.

Plus, you’ll earn 10,000 Ritz-Carlton points when you add an authorized user and make a purchase in the first 3 months of opening your account.

Handy List Of All 76 Hotels You Can Stay 3 Nights With Ritz Carlton Card Bonus

Use the Sign-Up Bonus From the Ritz-Carlton Credit Card for a 3-Night Stay at the Ritz-Carlton Montreal and Save ~$1,200 (or 180,000 Points!)

On the Ritz-Carlton site, you have to do a lot of clicking around to find which hotels accept the free night certificates.  So I compiled a complete list organized by country to save you time!

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