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As promised, we are starting posting some information about America’s best travel credit card.
How is it related to our website and deals?
First of all, we would like to emphasize once again that our main focus was, is and will be best and lowest flights. Travel credit cards are just a small add-on to make you next vacation more affordable — as you can use miles and points towards already discounted flight tickets (our finds and deals). As well as book hotels, cars rentals, activities etc.
What are the Travel Credit Cards?
Lots of people are already familiar with travel credit card and their advantages. Moreover, there are very popular websites like ThePointsGuy, who have covered travel credit card’s perks “back and forth” and, probably, several times already. We will not go as “deep”, but we will try to cover the most interesting aspects of travel credit cards’ advantages and how you can benefit from it. And, as a result, making your next vacation more affordable and more closer!
Here is the list of most popular travel credit cards.
Chase Sapphire Preferred — Ultimate Rewards program
Chase Sapphire Reserve — Ultimate Rewards program
Chase Freedom — Ultimate Rewards program
Chase Freedom Unlimited — Ultimate Rewards program
Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier card — Rapid Rewards program
United MileagePlus Explorer card — MileAge Plus program
Marriott Rewards Premier card — Marriott Rewards
IHG Rewards Club Select card — IHG rewards club
The Hyatt card — Hyatt Gold Passport
The Ritz-Carlton Rewards card – The Ritz-Carlton Rewards
Premier Rewards Gold Card — Membership Rewards
Amex Everyday — Membership Rewards
Gold Delta SkyMiles Credit Card — SkyMiles program
The JetBlue Plus Card — TrueBlue program
The JetBlue Card — TrueBlue program
Bank of America
Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card — Mileage Plan
AAdvantage Platinum Select MasterCard — AAdvantage program
Citi ThankYou Preferred Card — Thank You Rewards program
Every card has its peculiarities for redemption its points or miles. We will be covering these topics!
The Recipe of Most Affordable Vacation
Very simple – always have some rewards/points/miles saved and ready to be redeemed for hotels/flights/car rentals 🙂 You may get very affordable flight (through our posts and deals, of course) and use your points towards your charge as a credit. Or you may get really cheap flight, but hotels are not THAT low in price – so, travel credit cards are of a huge help in this situation.
Small example: of our recent trip to Key West, Florida.
Atlanta to Miami flight (caught one of our posts) – payed with Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card for extra protection. Redeemed Chase Ultimate rewards points for charge. (value $200)
Car Rental – used Chase Ultimate rewards, booked through Chase Ultimate rewards portal (value $150)
1 night at Marathon Hyatt – redeemed with Hyatt Gold Passport free nights (value $200)
2 nights at Key West Hyatt Resort & Spa – redeemed with Hyatt Gold Passport free nights (value $900)
Payed for vacation – 0 dollars for a total of at least $1450! All expenses were only food/drinks/gas. And even for these “extras” you can use points from travel rewards credit cards.
There are so many things to talk about, but we will try to make it very easy to read and informative.
For the time being you can use Card Match tool and see which travel credit cards are most suitable for you!
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