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Holly Johnson.

I have 26 credit cards. Here’s the best advice I can give you to maximize your rewards

I've earned over 1 million points and miles I've used to travel the world. Here are my tips for maximizing rewards with multiple credit cards.
Elizabeth Aldrich.

Why I’m happy to keep paying an annual fee for the Chase Sapphire Reserve but will probably cancel the Amex Platinum

I've found it harder to get value of the Amex Platinum and the CitiBusiness/AAdvantage Platinum Select World Mastercard and will probably close them.
Chase's most popular credit cards are subject to the 5/24 rule, so you'll want to prioritize applying for them.

Chase Offers can get you cash back at Blue Apron, New Balance and more just for having a card — here are some of the best deals available n...

Chase Offers are cash-back deals at restaurants and retailers for Chase cardholders. Here are some of the best ones available right now.
Your iPad screen is not going to stay factory-fresh.

Anyone who flies American, Alaska, or United can earn major bonus miles at Apple right now, but the deal only lasts 24 hours

You can currently earn up to 10 bonus miles per dollar from American, United, and other airlines when you make a purchase at Apple.com.

We broke down the differences between credit card points and frequent flyer miles — here’s why you should be collecting both

While "points" and "miles" are often used interchangeably, they tend to be different things. Here's how they differ, and why you should earn both.

11 of the best credit card offers in December, from up to 200,000 Capital One miles to a limited-time United card bonus

The best credit card offers of December, including bonuses from Capital One, the United Explorer card, and the Amex Green card.
If you have lots of Chase points, you could book a flight in United's Polaris business class.

How to transfer your Chase points to United Airlines, and 3 of the best award flights you can book

You can turn Chase points into United miles and book award flights to virtually anywhere you want to travel. Here's how to do it and what to book.
Chase's most popular credit cards are subject to the 5/24 rule, so you'll want to prioritize applying for them.

Chase’s 5/24 rule: What it is, and what it means for your credit card applications

Chase's 5/24 rule is simple, but it's important to remember if you want to earn points with the top rewards cards.

The Business Platinum card is offering its highest-ever welcome bonus of up to 100,000 points, but only for one more day

You only have until December 4 to apply for the Business Platinum Amex card and earn up to 100,000 points for meeting the spending requirements.
If you apply for the Amex Green card now, you can put your holiday spending toward earning the card's welcome bonus.

Applying for a new credit card can get you $500 or more toward free travel — or your holiday shopping budget

Credit card sign-up bonuses can get you points for free travel or for cash back. If you want to save money on holiday shopping, take note.