Our favorite Vegas Travel Credit Card

Some may think that the best Vegas  travel card is to get the M life credit card or total rewards credit card directly linked to certain brands of hotels but the overall grand scheme of things if you plan to go to more than one brand of hotels Would be the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card.


Overview: It does come with a hefty $450 annual fee but definitely, pays for itself with the bonuses below. You do get a 50,000 point bonus after spending $4000 in the first three months which would essentially equate to $750 toward award travel when you book on chased ultimate rewards.


Travel Credit: You do get a $300 annual travel credit which you can use towards airlines and hotels rental cars or my favorite Uber eats. You get this credit every Cardmember year.


Earning Points: You receive 3x the points on travel, airfare, hotels, Uber taxi rides.

Redemption: You do get 50% more in trouble redemption when you book on Chase ultimate rewards for example 50,000 points equals $500 cash money. But when you book travel through the Chase portal you will get $750 worth of travel money.


Side Bonus: The other cool little features is that you get a fee credit for global entry or TSA pre-check which is about $100. Plus you get a priority pass so I can membership which is valued at $100-$200 that will get you lounge access to almost any major airport.


How I use it: I mainly use this card when we are going out to restaurants and then once we have accumulated enough we will use those points to book our Vegas night on Chase portal which gives you a much better value. On the off night when we are not cooking dinner we will definitely use the Uber eats app to get use of the $300 credit every year. (use code eats-r9gl4 for $10 off)


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