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Chase Ultimate Rewards points are popular due to their overall flexibility.
Some Chase travel credit cards let you convert your Chase points to airline miles or hotel points.
While the pandemic is far from over, hoarding points now is a smart way to prepare for travel once the world is ready.
Read Insider’s guide to the best Chase credit cards.
While I’ll always be a travel rewards enthusiast, the pandemic changed the way I pursued credit card rewards at first. For example, I pretty much stopped using airline credit cards in the middle of last year, and I put a lot more focus on the cash-back credit cards I have.
I even did the unthinkable toward the end of 2020 when I used the Chase Pay Yourself Back feature to redeem points from my Chase Sapphire Reserve® at 1.5 cents each for a new refrigerator from Lowe’s. With no imminent travel on the horizon, letting go of my usual intense focus on earning rewards for airfare seemed like a smart thing to do — at least for a while.
But with vaccines finally here and a renewed hope of international travel filling the air, I have started focusing on earning rewards for travel again. Specifically, I have traded out all my other credit cards from my wallet with the goal of paying for everything with Chase Ultimate Rewards credit cards for the time being.
Here are the main reasons I am once again hoarding points in the Chase Ultimate Rewards program, as well as why you might want to do the same thing.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve gives me 50% more value when redeeming points for travel
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Source:: Business Insider