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You’ll no longer be able to use your companion certificate for Delta One – The Points Guy
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Delta has long offered one of the most rewarding credit card perks for customers with one of the airline's Amex cards: an annual companion certificate,
Why I’m keeping my Chase Sapphire Preferred card forever – The Points Guy
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Last year, it seemed the end of the Chase Sapphire Preferred reign in my wallet was near.
How Long Do Inquiries Stay on Your Credit Report & Affect Your Score?
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Credit inquiries drop your credit score by a few points. Be sure you know the impact of inquiries on your score and how long it lasts.
Will non-travel redemption options stick around on travel cards? – The Points Guy
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In 2020, the pandemic completely reshaped the priorities of credit cardholders who traditionally earned and redeemed points and miles predominately for
Why I used Chase points to book flights despite cheap airfares – The Points Guy
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Here at TPG, there’s plenty of reasons why we named the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card as a top travel rewards card. There’s a lot to love about this card,
8 Best Credit Cards to Use for Everyday Spending
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Looking to make the most of your purchases to earn credit card rewards? See this list of the best cards to use for everyday spending.
Expert stacking: How I earned $80 in cash back and rewards from one dinner – The Points Guy
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My girlfriend's birthday was in early March — shortly after indoor dining reopened in New York City.
The Points Guy: Why Chase Ultimate Rewards points have been my go-to redemption method during the pandemic – The Points Guy
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Like many TPG readers, the pandemic shifted my spending habits significantly. I wasn’t traveling as much and I was spending more time outside of the city. I
Where Americans Are Most and Least Financially Literate – 2021 Edition
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Individuals with higher levels of financial literacy tend to adhere to better financial practices – such as having an emergency fund and planning for retirement – and are also more likely to build wealth further by investing in the stock market. Many Americans, however, lack financial … Continue reading →

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Does Checking Your Credit Lower Score Lower It?
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When a lender checks your credit, it reduces your score by a few points. Does this happen when you check your own credit? Learn more here.
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