Earn a Ton of Ultimate Rewards and Profit, Best Ever 100k Bonus is Back, More Credit Card Devaluations and More!!!!

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Miles to Memories Recap

Welcome to the weekly “Best of” Miles to Memories recap series. Here you will find links to all of the still relevant posts from the past week. We saw a ton of limited time deals that ended quickly this past week. Make sure to subscribe to our daily newsletter so you don’t miss out and join our Facebook Group for daily discussion and exclusives not available anywhere else! (Read about a popular one below!)

Chase dominated the headlines this week. First, there was news that they may be looking to make some negative changes to the Ultimate Rewards program that could devalue your points and they made some negative changes to the United Card. We gave you a guide on how to protect your points for the time being. But it wasn’t all bad, we covered a rumor that they’d be offering a 100k sign up bonus on the Ink Preferred for small business week and it’s been confirmed! We also found out the Amazon Prime price is going up again, we’d love to hear your thoughts about whether this change will affect your decision to renew.

To make the posts in this recap easier to wade through, my “Editor’s Picks” in each section are in bold. If you have questions about anything you read feel free to contact me anytime. Enjoy!

In Credit Cards

In Deals

In Loyalty

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In Travel

The starry sky! Some other carriers have it too. Does United?

In Spending

 

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