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Napa Valley- merchant category code experience?

Napa Valley- merchant category code experience?

  1. MMM

    May be of a little reach in asking here but worth a try. Has anyone gone tasting in Napa & noticed how the vineyard tastings/tours, horseback riding at a vineyard, might ring up in terms of MCC? We will be spending a couple hundred at each place so some bonus points would be nice if we can figure that out;)

    I’ve looked up a few vineyards that we will likely be going to and some have multiple merchant codes for Visa. I.e. lists as both restaurant/bar & recreation/amusement facilities? Not sure how that works.

    Anyone know if Visa counts Recreation/amusement as travel? Trying to decide what to use for all this—Chase Reserve or the Unlimited if it’s considered non bonus spend.

    Thanks!

  2. TexasFlyer

    We have used cash to avoid this kind of time waste.

  3. MMM

    [QUOTE=”TexasFlyer, post: 52272, member: 239″]We have used cash to avoid this kind of time waste.[/QUOTE
    Unless you don’t value award tickets, why leave easy points on the table? Even better that it’s an expense but I get all the points.[/QUOTE]

  4. MMM

    [QUOTE=”TexasFlyer, post: 52272, member: 239″]We have used cash to avoid this kind of time waste.[/QUOTE]
    Unless you don’t value award tickets, why leave easy points on the table? Even better that it’s an expense for me & I get all the points.

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