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A few weeks ago we talked about what it means when you hear people talking about the “Chase 5/24 Rule”.
In short, the rule prohibits anyone from opening a new rewards-earning Chase credit cards if they have had more than 5 new credit cards opened from any bank in the last 24 months–but just like all rules, this one has some exceptions!
While most Chase travel rewards credit card offerings fall under the 5/24 umbrella, there are a few Chase cards you can apply for that are not subject to this ruling.
If you’ve been following Cards for Travel for awhile, or have applied for more than a couple of credit cards over the last few years, you’ve most likely stumbled upon what the internet refers to as the Chase “5/24” rule. What’s it all about?
There’s a new airline transfer partner in the Chase Ultimate Rewards program. You can now transfer Ultimate Rewards points to Flying Blue for travel on KLM or Air France.
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The new year has brought changes in the credit card world, and one of the most talked about has been the transition of the Hilton portfolio of credit cards from Citibank to American Express. You’ll want to keep your eyes open for new Hilton card offers this year, but for now, direct your attention to a new Hilton business card offer fresh off the presses from our partner American Express.
Ready to start earning hotel points in multiples like we talked about a few days ago? Here’s a round up of all the first quarter hotel promotions for the major hotel chains. Don’t forget to use your matching hotel card when you book for maximum benefit!