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How does United Vacations show up on a credit card?

How does United Vacations show up on a credit card?

  1. Collin

    I am considering purchasing my next vacation through United Vacations or Southwest Vacations (both owned and operated by Mark Travels, from best I can tell). I was curious if anyone knows how these charges show up on a credit card? Basically, will it register as “airline” or “travel” category so that I can get bonus rewards on my Chase Sapphire Preferred card. Any input would be greatly appreciated

  2. Gaurav

    Never used them myself but bumping this up in case someone else has.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    I suspect it will show up as travel. I know purchases I make through my travel agent do.

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