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How to Find and Use Your Chase Refer-a-Friend Link to Score Maximum Points!

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One of the easiest ways to earn more miles and points is to refer friends and family (or anyone!) to sign up for a travel credit card you already hold by using your referral link. If you’re referring Chase cards, you’ll need to find your your Chase Refer-a-Friend referral link. One of the best parts … Read more

Chase Reconsideration Line: What to Expect to Secure an Approval

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  If you’ve been declined after applying for a Chase credit card, depending on the reason, there may be hope! You can call the Chase Reconsideration Line at 1-888-270-2127 to see if they will “reconsider” your application. We’ve had to call twice and were approved both times. Read on to find out how we did … Read more

Aer Lingus Calendar 2022 Shows “Off-Peak” Dates for 26,000-Mile Round-Trip Flights to Europe

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My favorite way to fly to Europe on miles is a great deal offered by Aer Lingus that lets you fly to Dublin for 26,000 miles per person round-trip plus fuel surcharges and taxes from certain major US cities. To take advantage of this deal, you need to fly during Aer Lingus’ “off-peak” dates, which run … Read more

Chase Sapphire Reserve Review: Get Bonus Points + Amazing Travel Perks!

Chase Sapphire Reserve Review

While my hands-down favorite travel credit card is Chase Sapphire Preferred, a flexible travel card with a low annual fee of $95, it also has a sister card that’s worth a look. Here is my Chase Sapphire Reserve review, so you can decide which of these two “Sapphire” cards is best for you, as you … Read more

European Vacation on Miles Part 4: Bologna, Italy

After our week in Paris, we hopped a Ryanair flight to Bologna, Italy. I’d always wanted to fly Ryanair, as I have seen their super cheap fares and wondered if the experience would, as a result, be horrific, as are some U.S. discount airlines.   Flying Ryanair On the whole, it was not bad and … Read more