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  1. To make it simple, Freedom Unlimited at 1.5pts/$ + Sapphire Reserve Portal at 1.5¢/pt = 2.25% rebate on spend. Breakeven is then $60,000 annual spend or $5,000/month to cover the $450 annual fee (assuming we maximize the $300 travel credit) vs a 2% cash back card with no annual fee. 150/.0025 = 60000

  2. I absolutely love your channel. And Chase's lineup of credit cards!! I've had the Freedom for 11 years, just recently got the Sapphire Reserve, and I'd like to round out my collection with the Freedom Unlimited and their Ink business cards by the end of next year. What a time to be alive!

  3. I was thinking of just getting the Chase Sapphire Preferred because I don’t really travel that much-only a few times a year. I was thinking of doubling that with the Chase Freedom Card to maximize points and be able to transfer over. What do you think?

  4. Do you have any insight on the prices of flights and how cheap they are? Does booking through something like hopper or skiplagged give better rates or can you use the CSR to book through those sites?

  5. I'm still trying to decide whether to get the Chase Sapphire Reserve or Chase Sapphire Preferred. I usually travel about twice a year so either would work. I'd really like the Reserve card but I wonder if it's really the best move and if I would make enough back in points to justify the huge annual fee (even with the travel allowance).

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