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Posts That Caught My Eye
Transfer Times to KLM / Air France from Chase Ultimate Rewards, AMEX Membership Rewards, Citi Thank You Points & SPG Starpoints
Now that Flying Blue partners with just about everyone, this is good information to know in case you are looking to combine points from different programs in order to book an award.
Networking is definitely the name of the game in this hobby. As you get to know more crazies like yourself, you will undoubtedly gain access to greater information.
A good overview of the different business types a reselling operation can take on. I am actually in the process of deciding exactly which type I want for my growing reselling business. It is far too big now to be a sole proprietorship. As always, it is probably a good idea to consult your tax/financial professional before making decisions like this.
Yes there are some hoops to jump through, but this is a nice way of earning a high interest rate while keeping your money liquid.
Not as good as it sounds up front since you need to spend $25K in the first year to get the extra points. Still, getting at least 2X on all purchases that first year isn’t terrible, but one would have to consider how putting that extra spending on the Sapphire Preferred would affect their overall strategy.
I don’t usually post video game deals, but I’ll pass this one along without comment. The link is my referral link, but you can also find it directly on the Amazon site if you wish. Amazon doesn’t pay through portals for video games. Limit of 1.
Have a great evening!
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