Tips For Traveling: Travel Cards

tips_travel_cards_logoWhy commit to one airline when you can have six? If you’re like me, you’ve done plenty of research on finding the perfect credit card to take with you during your travels. After scouring the internet comparing airlines, sign up bonuses and reading countless reviews I chose to sign up for the Chase Sapphire Preferred card. With the 50,000 bonus points alone, I’ve been able to fly multiple one way flights! One of the many perks with this card is that you can transfer your points to any participating travel partners such as United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, British Airways, Hyatt, Marriott and Ritz-Carlton just to name a few. It’s Friday night and you forgot your card at the restaurant? No problem! Customer service is available 24/7 with any questions or concerns you may have and speak with you directly versus an automated system. No more waiting until the next business day to reach a representative. If you travel abroad often you’ll appreciate having no foreign transaction fees. Save money on those 3% charges and treat yourself to dessert. Who doesn’t love earning double points when dining out? Along with all the great perks, the sleek design is comprised of a lightweight metal and is dressed to impress.

Chase Sapphire Preferred Card
– 50,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months
– 5,000 bonus after adding your first authorized user within first 3 months
– 2x more points on dining and travel
– 1 point per $1.00 on all other purchases
– Receive 20% off all travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards
– 1:1 point transfer to multiple airlines and hotels
– No foreign transaction fees
– 24/7 customer service
– Enhanced security and protect with chip-enabled cards
– $95.00 annual fee

“A Must-Have for Any Traveler”

Chase-Sapphire-Preferred-Card

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