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About a dozen major cruise lines will require passengers (and crew) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before they can step onboard a ship. That’s bad news for about 33% of the US population who are predicted to conscientiously decline the coronavirus vaccine.

In fact, one doctor has called for a boycott of Royal Caribbean.

(That reminds me of the old cliche, “You can’t fire me because I’m quitting!” I mean, it looks like Royal Caribbean is boycotting the anti-vaccination crowd instead of the other way around.)

One of the great perks of cruises is they offer at least some all-inclusive food and beverage products and services.

So where can anti-vaxxers go to still enjoy some of those benefits?

Both the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve are running promotions boasting big welcome offers.

If you don’t hold one of the Chase Sapphire cards — and haven’t received a new cardmember bonus for any Sapphire card during the past 48 months — now might be the time to consider getting one.

Both offer redemption bonuses when booking travel through Chase. This helps you field a pretty great, effective Ultimate Rewards “team” when you combine them with cards such as the Chase Freedom Flex, Chase Freedom Unlimited, and/or Chase Ink Cash.

But which Chase Sapphire card is the best for you?

Many people are starting to see at least a faint light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel. Some budgets are returning, a few trips are being planned — and people are interested in their points arsenals again!

We’ve seen a significant uptick in emails asking our guidance about various credit cards. So now’s a great opportunity to examine the three business flavors of Delta Amexes!

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