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Did Chase Lower the Value of the Ritz Carlton Card?
So I was going to apply for the Ritz Carlton Card and I was reading through the T&C, and noticed that for the $100 Airline ticket discount they limit the discount to between 2 & 5 qualifying flights.
I was under the impression when the card was re-launched it came with this $100 airline credit with an unlimited number of uses.
anyone get the card recently and if so when you go to the portal to book the tickets does it say anywhere how many times you can use this feature?
Thank you in advance.
paragraph from the terms and conditions:
[*]Chase Bank USA, N.A. is the issuer of The The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Visa Infinite credit card. Visa Infinite cardmembers in good standing with their issuer are entitled to receive a $100 discount on the purchase of between 2 and 5 qualifying round-trip, domestic coach airline tickets on the same itinerary when purchased on the Visa Infinite Discount Air website using an eligible U.S.-issued Visa Infinite card. The $100 discount is applied to the total cost of the itinerary, not per ticket.
Link to Chase card page:
picture of terms:
I think it’s intended to mean that for each set of 2-5 tickets you buy on an itinerary, you’ll receive $100 off on the total of that itinerary, instead of limiting the benefit to 2-5 uses.
I agree with David. That makes that perq of no value to me since I fly to meet up with folks and can’t think of the last time I had the exact same itinerary as someone else.
Thanks for the info guys I will now go apply for the card.