Reminder To Use Your Credit Cards Travel Credits
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As the year nears to its finish make sure you have used your cards yearly travel credits.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve has a $300 yearly travel credit. The term year is a little tricky by chase
If you applied for the card before 5/21/2017 your year will be depending on your card membership so everyone will have a different year.
If you applied after 5/21/2017 the year will be a calendar year. But even this is a little tricky as chase would count your calendar year as follows:
Till your December statement closes is considered this year and after your December statement closed is considered next year, therefore you will need to spend your $300 before your December statement closes.
Once your December statement closed if you make a travel charge after that it would count already for 2020 credit so hurry up!
The Amex Platinum Card has a $200 airline credit. By amex its more simple just by the calendar year.
Any charge that will post in December will be for 2019 and any charge that will post in January will be for 2020.
The Amex Business Platinum Card has a $200 airline credit. By amex its more simple just by the calendar year.
Any charge that will post in December will be for 2019 and any charge that will post in January will be for 2020
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