All-You-Can-Fly Ticket for Norway This Summer and the End of the 3% Everywhere Offer!

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All-You-Can-Fly Ticket for Norway This Summer and the End of the 3% Everywhere Offer!

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Here’s a round-up of today’s news.  In case you missed it earlier, we also wrote about an increased 50,000 mile offer and an interesting alternate offer for the new Chase Marriott card.

1.   Unlimited Flights All Over Norway This Summer!

Link:   Widerøe Explore Norway Ticket

Via, One Mile at a Time, Widerøe Airlines is offering their annual Explore Norway ticket this summer.  For one price, you’ll be able to fly within Norway as much as you want!  This could be a cheap way to visit every nook and cranny of the country.

Norwegian Air Discounts
Getting Around Norway Could Be Cheaper for You With an Explore Norway Ticket!

Each Explore Norway Ticket is valid for 2 weeks of travel between July 1 and August 31, 2018.  And you can add an additional week for $255.

You Can Pay for Travel Within a Single Zone, 2 Zones, or All of Norway

The initial price you pay will depend on where you want to travel in Norway.  They divide the country into 3 separate zones.  And you can pay for a pass to travel within any number of the zones or the entire country.

You can fly as much as you want, but not more than 4 times between the same city pairs.  And you can book up to 2 hours before departure.  Except for the first flight, you can change your itinerary within the travel period.  And the ticket is non-refundable after your first flight is booked.

2.   3% Chase Freedom Unlimited Offer Is Dead

A few weeks ago, Chase introduced an offer on the Chase Freedom Unlimited card for 3% cash back on all purchases for the first year.  But now, as quietly as it came, it is gone.

It has been replaced by the standard Chase Freedom Unlimited sign-up bonus of $150 cash back (15,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points) after spending $500 on purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.

This is really unfortunate for folks who had product changed their Chase Freedom Unlimited into a Chase Freedom in hopes of applying for the 3% cash back for the first year offer and weren’t able to apply in time.

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I have a FU. I applied for a Freedom last week and was denied. Called and was told it was because I already have a card from that family. Today I got a letter from Chase saying the same thing.

That’s weird! We have a Freedom in my husband’s name and he was approved for a FU last month when the 3% deal was announced.


Wow, thanks for sharing that. If there is a new rule around Freedom card’s we’d love to know.

Would you be okay emailing us a shot of content of the letter (without your personal info)?

Have you read this Frequent Miler post?

Nick had a similar experience to you, but he had some interesting conclusions.

I emailed a pic of the Chase denial letter. I also read the post you linked to. Seems like there is a new rule in place :/