This week we saw Chase launch a brand new credit card. While the global situation with Coronavirus still remains dodgy, Hawaii made a positive announcement that piqued the interest of many travelers. Here’s a quick recap of the stories this week.
This week, Chase opened up their brand new credit card for applications. However, they also recently revamped their Freedom Unlimited card. In this post, I analyze the pros and cons of each. Both these cards are great, but do they suit your spend patterns? What are the approval odds and which Chase restrictions should you be wary of? Read the post to make a data based decision about which Chase Freedom card could be the right one for your wallet.
Is you annual fee due? If you’re not traveling as often, you may be sitting on the fence about renewing your card. However, you can always ask politely for a retention bonus. If you’re not sure how, then this post sheds light on some of the tools and strategies that you could use to get a really sweet retention offer.
Starting October 15, you’ll no longer have to quarantine after you arrive in Hawaii. However, in order to qualify, you’ll first need to meet certain conditions in order to skip the quarantine requirement. This move will definitely lead to an uptick in travel numbers to Hawaii as we brace up for holiday season.
The world of travel restrictions can often look like a complex web in normal times. During these uncertain times, it’s even more vital to have a dedicated resource in order to track travel restrictions globally. If you’re planning to book travel any time soon, it could be of great help to refer to this valuable resource. This post highlights how you can utilize the tool effectively as you look to book your next big dream vacation!
This travel credit card is one of my favorite hotel credit cards. You can earn a welcome bonus of 50,000 points when you apply for this card using the link below!
With this card, you’ll not only earn a free night each year when you renew the card, but If you pair it with this limited time offer, you’ll also earn 25% points back when you redeem your points until October 8, 2020.
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