You have to use the code and the clippable coupon.
Only travel in 2019.
Most sign-up bonuses are granted at the end of whatever billing cycle you earned them in, but yes, you only have it for the calendar year 2019, regardless of when you earn it.
Ah okay, that rule only applies to personal cards, not business, though both would count towards Chase’s 5/24 rule.
The more complicated method isn’t really feasible anymore, I don’t think, since you're limited to one sign up bonus every 24 months.
Call Chase to confirm with your specific account, but you should only be eligible if you don’t currently have a Southwest card, and if you haven’t received a Southwest sign up bonus in the last 24 months.
Johnsonville-specific, sausage-specific plates. But basically yes, plus a temperature probe calibrated to a sausage-specific temperature.
It is mentioned in the article!
Well it’s mostly offset by a $300 travel credit that applies automatically to travel purchases you put on the card. Beyond that, there’s a TSA Precheck credit, really good travel and rental car insurance, Priority Pass lounge access (including $28 bill credits at some airport restaurants), and other benefits that help…
Tell me more about this Tokyo flight...
The ends are made of rubber.
Yeah, I stress a lot on other airlines about whether I’m buying at the right time for the best price, but if a Southwest flight gets cheaper, I can just rebook and pocket the difference.
This site is a good place to start for a top-level view of your options, but it doesn’t know anything about actual availability for specific flights:
Yeah, I got into the hobby during the gilded age. Got a Sapphire Preferred with a 50,000 point bonus, then the Reserve less than a year later for another 100,000. Doubt anything quite like that will be viable again in the near term.
Lower power chargers will charge the 15" MBP slowly. They’d be fine for overnight charging, for example. Very few third party USB-C PD gadgets go as high as Apple’s chargers though. Most are either 30W or 45W.
I’m sure somebody will build this at some point, but it’d need to be plugged into the wall, or recharged very frequently, which is a huge downside.
The latest iPhones max out at 18W, so the advantage is relatively marginal compared to a good 12W charger. Apple sells a USB-C to Lightning cable, but we hope to see officially-supported third party versions in 2019.
Those are good too! Just note that they’re shorter, and that you can’t take advantage of USB-C Power Delivery charging speeds with A-to-C cables, so things like Switches and laptops will charge really slowly.
Enjoy! I wish I could experience it again for the first time.