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Europe – have Chase, what next?

Europe – have Chase, what next?

  1. gooseisloose55

    Recently applied and received Chase Sapphire cards for myself and my wife. Also applied and received the Chase Freedom card for myself. I have not applied for any other cards in the past 3+ years.

    I am interested in taking my family of 4 to Europe next summer. What other cards would you suggest getting in the next year to do my best to fund 4 round trip airline tickets?

    We put all of our spending on credit cards, so the spending is not an issue.

    Thanks!

  2. Gaurav

    There are both flavors of the Freedom card now for both you and your wife. If you qualify for a small business card you could also look at the Ink line up. Are you looking at a particular route? Economy or premium cabin travel?

  3. gooseisloose55

    Thanks for responding, Gaurav.

    Unfortunately we do not have a small business.

    Looking at economy travel.

  4. Gaurav

    That might make things a little easier to find availability. UR is a strong and flexible currency so I would continue to try and accumulate there. Maybe consider building up a stack of MR too after you have all the Chase cards you are eligible for.

  5. gooseisloose55

    Are there other CC that you would recommend? Starwood, United or AA? Or any others.

  6. Gaurav

    SPG is good but they do take a while to build up. That’s why I recommended MR (American Express currency).

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