As you know I only recommend credit cards as a daily travel tip when they’re really special—and this one fits the bill and then some. It’s what all the miles and points collectors are talking about! That’s because this 100,000 limited-time point rewards card offer has incredible benefits, including a $300 travel credit (there’s also a $550 annual fee that is NOT waived the first year). I applied for one myself and just found I was approved. Woo-hoo!

I wanted it not only because of the rare 100,000-point bonus but also because it can be used in countless ways. You can use it to transfer (98,000 points) for two one-way business-class flights from New York to Frankfurt on Singapore Airlines or (100,000 points) to British Airways for four roundtrip economy flights from the west coast to Hawaii. You can even use the 100,000 points for hotel stays like four nights in a Category 6 Hyatt property. The bad news is they aren’t accepting everyone so you have to have very good credit. And as always, you should not get a travel rewards credit card unless you can pay off the balance in full each month (otherwise it’s not worth it). If you can, then definitely check it out.

Details including where to apply are here.




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3 Comments On "The 100K-Point Credit Card Everyone's Talking About (Expired)"
  1. Vicki Winters|

    Thanks for this!

    I was approved for the CHASE Sapphire Card.

    Looking forward to my REWARDS!!….

    Wishing you and Natalie all the best…

  2. John Bennett|

    I really enjoy your articles and tips. I also liked the latest one concerning the Sapphire Preferred credit card. I have very good credit (800+), but I’m overwhelmed by all the advertisements on which credit card is truly the best one for me. So if you ever have time it’d be nice to read a primer on the ‘best’ credit card(s) for people who travel frequently to not so frequently.
    Keep up the great work and happy travels.
    John Bennett

    1. Luke Dodson|

      Hi John, here’s a post with the cards we recommend for the frequent and non frequent travelers.

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