Does the Chase Amazon.com Rewards Card Offer Good Value?

TPG reader Matt sent me a message on Facebook to ask about earning rewards for Amazon purchases: “What do you think of the Amazon branded Visa from Chase. I know I can use the points for cash back and travel; is that a good option?” There are a lot of cash-back credit cards out there, offering a variety of…

The Best Credit Cards for Marriott Guests

If you’re looking to earn points toward hotel award stays and enjoy elite-status perks while you’re at it, credit cards should definitely be a part of your award travel strategy. Below, TPG Senior Points & Miles Contributor Jason Steele walks you through the best options for those who frequently stay at Marriott properties. With over 4,000…

When Should You Use the Chase Freedom Unlimited Card?

While the recently introduced Chase Freedom Unlimited is advertised as a cash-back card, it’s even more valuable when you earn rewards as Ultimate Rewards points that can be transferred to various travel partners. To help you maximize this product, TPG Points & Miles Editor Sarah Silbert walks you through when — and when not —…

Is Chase Freedom Unlimited Good for Non-Bonus Spending?

TPG reader Jack sent me a tweet to ask about how to maximize everyday spending: “Which card do you prefer for non-bonus spending: the new Chase Freedom Unlimited or the SPG Amex?” Last month, Chase introduced a new rewards card with an intriguing bonus structure. The Chase Freedom Unlimited Card earns 1.5% cash back on all purchases with no monthly…

$225 Fares to New Zealand, Free Starbucks Gold Status, Chase Ink Perks & More

Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you may have missed from the week before, including several that already appeared on The Points Guy, and some more that we haven’t covered yet. If you’re an avid TPG reader, scroll down for the new stuff. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you may have missed this week:…

Why Chase Sapphire Preferred and Freedom Unlimited are the Perfect Beginner Combo

With so many great travel rewards cards on the market, it can be difficult to find a starting place when you’re new to the hobby. TPG Points & Miles Editor Sarah Silbert takes a look at two Chase products that make a powerful duo for those getting started with earning and redeeming transferable points. If…

8 Reasons to Get the No-Fee Chase Ink Cash Card

The Chase Ink Cash Business Card is often overlooked in favor of the Ink Plus Business Card and Chase’s no-fee Freedom and Freedom Unlimited products. However, as TPG Points & Miles Editor Sarah Silbert explains, this product has several features that could make it worthy of a place in your wallet. When it comes to…

What’s the Best Credit Card with No Annual Fee?

TPG reader Nick sent me a message on Facebook to ask about cards with no annual fee: “In your opinion, which is the best travel credit card without an annual fee? I never carry a balance.” In January, we wrote about the best no-fee credit cards for 2016, all of which offer good opportunities to earn rewards….

Can Credit Card Authorized Users Access Account Info Online?

TPG reader Eric sent me a message on Facebook to ask about account access for credit card authorized users: “Do authorized users get their own account login to view charges and set up payments? I’m specifically asking about the Chase Ritz-Carlton card.” There are several good reasons to add users to your credit card account. For starters, secondary cardholders can help you earn…