If you’re in any business, you know that funding and cash flow is KING. If you’re stuck in your business BECAUSE of cash flow, you could end up missing out on huge opportunities and giving sales over to your competitors. I’m going to show you how you can use credit cards to free up cash flow and utilize credit to your advantage.
In this video, I’ve shown you 4 of my favorite credit card companies that I do business with. The 4 are Capital One, American Express, Discover and Chase. There are benefits as well as disadvantages to each. In my video I’ve shown you how you can use certain cards during certain times to accumulate the most optimal points for your every day spending.
I am NOT a financial expert or guru and I am basing all of this based on my own experiences. There may have been better ways to doing things, but what I’m showing you in my video is my own personal experience of running multiple e-commerce companies. I run advertising on Facebook, Google and many other platforms. Because of this, I need to have great credit cards that I can use and accumulate points.
Whether you have bad credit, average credit or excellent credit, you might be able to find some hidden gems throughout this video. I hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to subscribe and like for more videos!
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How To Transfer Chase Points To Travel Partners & Get Cheaper Tickets
One of the best ways to utilize your Chase points are NOT by getting gift cards, transferring points for cash, or using the given online portal to book travel. INSTEAD … you should use your Chase points to find cheap airlines.
Step 1 – Head over to partner airline’s website (i.e. United.com)
Step 2 – Search for your flight and click “Book With Miles”
Step 3 – Click “View 30 Day Calendar” and either choose Economy or First Class / Business Class / Economy Premium / Etc. and search for the BEST DEALS within those dates you’ve selected.
Step 4 – Do this for all of the other partner airlines found on Chase.com’s transfer rewards section