OK…I don’t use my credit cards much except for emergency…and I probably should because I know USAA does give some type of rewards (I think) and haven’t really looked into it.
The reason I ask is because for some reservations outside of Airbnb I do require check. This is usually high peak weeks/holiday weeks that are far out. I despise paying credit card fees, and I love the feeling of not being susceptible to a credit card chargeback.
I am pondering allowing all credit cards and then guests have the option (during peak weeks) to pay check or use credit card - but they pay the credit card fees. Also, I believe in NC (according to my interpretation of the law) credit card fees are taxed at the lodging rate (just the same as if it was part of the room rate) when I pass the fees to the customer.
So what does it mean (to you) when you get to purchase $1,500 on your credit card? What exactly is your reward?
Doest it mean you will earn $50 to spend somewhere? Honestly I have no idea how rewards or frequent flyer miles work…so anyone feel free to explain to me.