Today is 5/24! The dreaded day that reminds us about the Chase 5/24 rule. 🙂 However, this week I argued as to why the dreaded Chase 5/24 may not really mean much in the short run. The economy is in a recession and banks are already tightening their requirements. Here’s a quick recap of some of the top stories this week.
The markets are in turmoil. Unemployment is at a record high. Banks are cutting credit limits and limiting applications. Airlines and hotels are largely still shut. In such a market, do guardrails like the Chase 5/24 rule even matter to customers?
While restrictions like the Chase 5/24 rule or the 2/48 rule limit our ability to get bonuses frequently, how do you put a strategy in place that helps you earn the highest possible bonus each time you apply? In this post, I highlight eight different ways.
Many airlines are already revamping the way their employees dress. As travel rebounds, airlines will try their level best to convince customers that it’s safe for them to travel. But Flight Attendants in Hazmat suits?
As people brace for summer travel ahead, the TSA has issued updated guidelines. The TSA’s updated guidelines focus specifically on social distancing at airports.
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