How to Quickly Rack Up Chase UR Points in Everyday Activities

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In my last post, I wrote about How I Took a $10K Trip in Europe for (almost) Free, by using mainly Chase Ultimate Reward Points, so many people started wondering why I chose Chase credit cards for travel, and where I got so many Chase UR points from, to begin with. Now I’m going to tell you why you need Chase UR points if you like to travel for free, and how you can quickly rack up your UR points through different daily activities.

Why?

There’re so many credit cards on the market these days, some offer cash back bonuses, some offer airline miles or free hotel nights, some offer certian elite status and travel perks, so which credit cards are the right ones to choose for free travel? Continue reading “How to Quickly Rack Up Chase UR Points in Everyday Activities”

Better Late Than Never…

So I’ve been told that this blog/website is long-overdue, as many of my friends and family came to me for advice on travel, fashion, and lifestyle-related topics, and every single time, right after I gave them the answers or solutions, they’d thank me and then ask me the exact same question –“Why don’t you start your own blog or website to talk about these things? Obviously you’re so good at them!”

While I’m no expert in ALL these fields, I did learn many great tips and tricks from the great World Wide Web, as well as through my personal experiences. And I think the information and experiences I acquired will be beneficial to many of you guys (who read my blog), whether you personally know me or not. I didn’t realize this until I recently wrote a Facebook post (picture below) about How I Took A $10K Luxury Trip in Europe (almost) for free, and got so many responses (likes/questions/comments) from total strangers.  Continue reading “Better Late Than Never…”