Strange Chase rewards rule

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Re: Strange Chase rewards rule

Postby augiedog » Wed Aug 17, 2016 2:42 pm

Nixon wrote:
To My Credit wrote:
Nixon wrote:Why the hell are you using ultimate rewards to pay down your bill?
What do you suggest?

Travel redemption or xfer to program for best values.

To each his own. I find the cash more useful since someone usually invites me to travel frequently enough. In three weeks one of my customers is taking me to St. Thomas, and he is already planning a cruise for April with a master suite. :oooo

I only use the Freedom for the 5% categories too, which has a maximum of $75 in UR points per quarter. What could that be worth when transferred?
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Re: Strange Chase rewards rule

Postby Nixon » Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:47 pm

I guess I can see your reasoning.

7,500 Avios xfer from Chase UR is good for a domestic one way flight.

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