Racking Up Points Without Spending And Under Chase’s New Card Policy

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    With Chase’s new policy (that has yet to be publicly posted by them) of not approving new cards for customers who have had 5 new accounts opened in the last 2 years (even accounts that you are an authorized user on and Chase business cards), people are a little curious about how to continue racking up points. The new policy is certainly in effect for the Chase cards like the Freedom, Sapphire Preferred, Ink Plus, and Ink Cash but it also appears to have been shifting to the co-branded cards like the Marriott card, the United card, and others. Credit Card Bonuses Are Great, But… Obviously, the easiest way to rack up miles and points is with credit card bonuses. But, with many issuers taking a more firm stance on handing out these bonuses to those who may be getting them the most, it may start getting more difficult to rack up miles and points. A lot of people do manufactured spending (spending for the purpose of earning miles and points while... The post Racking Up Points Without Spending And Under Chase’s New Card Policy appeared first on Running with Miles.

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