Talking About Chase from All Angles & More

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All About Chase on the Saverocity Observation Deck Podcast

Chase really is the biggest bank in the rewards card space. Their Ultimate Rewards program is fantastic, they have my overall favorite card (Ink Plus) and their travel partners like Hyatt are among the best in the industry.

So when Joe Cheung asked me to be a guest again on the Saverocity Observation Deck podcast to talk about Chase, how could I resist? The episode went live today and in it we talk about Chase from all angles, including a few you probably don’t see written about often.

Here are the episode notes:

We continue our credit card series and spend some time discussing the clear cut leader in the game (for us, at least), Chase. We touch upon our favorite cards, best practices for applications, the value of the Ultimate Rewards program, how to be careful when applying for Chase cards, and much more. We also spend some time checking in with Shawn from Miles to Memories, discussing Joe Cheung’s Disney obsessions, and manage to get a plug in for Trevor’s ResellingDO.

And what would your credit card strategy look like if you could no longer travel? We tell you what we’d do – reluctantly (what a terrible thought!). Last Word featuring Delta memes (which, to the surprise of no one, Trevor can’t pronounce), the DOT mistake fare ruling, and the airline costs/fees that annoy us most.

You can find the podcast here. Enjoy and feel free to leave any feedback in the comments!

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