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Ok, ok, the best credit card combo is a big allegation, but it just may be true. Since most people earn around one point for every purchase, the opportunity to multiply by 10 is huge. For a limited time Chase Freedom is offering 10X points on hotel bookings or car rental and if you happen to have the Chase Sapphire Preferred Or Reserve, you’ll be very happy…

The Chase Freedom 10x Points Offer…

If you have a Chase Freedom or Freedom Unlimited Card you’re eligible to receive 10x points on any hotel or car rental booking made through the Chase Ultimate Rewards site, paid for by your Freedom or Freedom Unlimited card until the end of March. You can travel anytime, just need to book in March. Full details here.

Before Booking, Make Sure Rates Are Competitive…

Generally speaking the rates you find through Chase Ultimate Rewards should be in line with current lowest rates. It’s always good to compare before booking, since cash saved is often better than points at a later date.

You Won’t Earn Hotel Status Points On These Bookings…

Bookings that aren’t made directly with a hotel generally do not receive elite status points or hotel points. If you’re not a frequent guest of a certain chain this really doesn’t matter, and for most travelers the credit card points are more valuable anyway, but just a caution.

If You Have Freedom + Sapphire Combo You Can Create 10x Hotel Points Or Airline Miles…

The Freedom or Freedom Unlimited are just cash back cards, which are extremely handy because of their rotating 5x cash back points earning. BUT… if you have the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve, you can convert these “cash back” points into transferrable Ultimate Rewards points, which can be converted into hotel points or airline miles at a 1:1 ratio.

If You Spend $2500 you’ll have 25,000 Points…

If you can book your travel for the year ahead in the month of March, or just a big upcoming vacation, you’ll have lots of points to play with. $2500 in spend would net 25,000 points, which is enough for a free short haul flight anywhere in the world via British Airways or a free night in any Hyatt hotel, even a property that could cost up to $2,000 per night. That’s a pretty great deal on your spending…

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