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help with the redeeming Chase points for travel
October 5, 2017 at 07:25 AM in Travel & Vacations
Hey guys can anyone please help me convert my Chase points possibly to airline miles or some other point system where I can book my flights cheaper. I know there are a lot of sites that buy your points or miles to book for others, but how can I effectively use my own points? I currently have 300,000 Chase points which I can use to book a discounted flight from Chase.com, but is there a way I can possibly convert them to points and use it more effectively? If anyone can help me, it will be very greatly appreciate
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