Chase Cuts Authorized User Bonus on CSP, What Card to Put Your Large Spending on, Italy’s Tax Break and More
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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.
Say goodbye to Chases’ authorized user bonus of 5,000 Ultimate Rewards points, worth $100 according to our latest valuation.
TPG’s Brendan Dorsey expertly compared the everyday points back and valuations of Chase Sapphire and hotel cards to assess which will best maximize your big purchases.
Italy’s attractive new tax cut might just pull retirees overseas.
TPG‘s Katie Genter toured “the world’s largest commercial aviation maintenance base,” and let us in on her non-AvGeek perspective.
This Uber scam has become increasingly common and extremely frustrating.
Even though TPG’s a loyal customer of the ride sharing service — spending five figures on it just this year — he said enough is enough.
No, we’re not talking about the 737 MAX 8, but this new Apple release might just fulfill the need that some MAX 8s have surfaced: Bring your own device.
TPG’s Alberto Riva found some not-so-appetizing surprises on his Air France flight from Boston to Paris.
The flight from Boston (BOS) to Honolulu is coming to the skies next April.
It’s prime time to sign up for these eight cards.
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