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How to Redeem Points for Award Stays at Kimpton Hotels

Kimpton Ink48 NYC Hotel Lobby

When IHG acquired Kimpton back in 2014, the company announced that they would keep the Kimpton Karma Rewards program intact. They’ve kept true to their word, which has kept Kimpton fans happy but left IHG loyalists disappointed because it hasn’t… Continue Reading

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5 Ways American Express Can Better Compete With Chase

Amex Platinum Card Metal

Last week, American Express introduced changes to the Amex Platinum Card, which will take effect on March 30. Among the new features of the card is a $200 annual Uber credit dished out in $15 monthly increments…accompanying a $100 annual… Continue Reading

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Should You Downgrade the Sapphire Reserve to Freedom Unlimited?

Mile Earning Credit Cards

The Chase Sapphire Reserve and Freedom Unlimited are two very different credit cards, yet they have one thing in common: Both earn at least 1.5 Ultimate Rewards points per $1 spent. There’s a lot of debate about whether the Sapphire… Continue Reading

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Which Purchases Qualify for the $300 Sapphire Reserve Travel Credit?

One of the best features of the Sapphire Reserve card is the $300 annual travel statement credit. This credit automatically applies to any qualifying travel purchase made with the card. But what qualifies as travel, according to Chase? Reader Jake… Continue Reading

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IHG Hotels Anywhere: 5 Ways It Can Save You Points and Cash

IHG Hotels Anywhere fly to Paris Eiffel Tower

Not much gets blogged about IHG Rewards Club’s Hotels Anywhere, but like the Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal it can be a great way to save points and cash on hotel stays/redeem points for discounted hotel stays. For those of you… Continue Reading

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Sapphire Reserve vs. Sapphire Preferred: Which Credit Card is Better?

Sapphire Reserve vs Sapphire Preferred

As most of you know, the publicly availably sign-up bonus for the Chase Sapphire Reserve card has dropped from 100,000 points to 50,000 points. The spending requirement is still $4,000 within 3 months. The downgrade happened sooner than most of us… Continue Reading