Stars - they're just like us! Which means, they also don't mind saving a few bucks here and there.
The cast of the hit comedy TV show, 'Impractical Jokers' (Sal Volcano, Joe Gatto, Brian ‘Q’ Quinn and James ‘Murr’ Murray) has recently teamed up with Chase and IHG Rewards to celebrate the launch of two new credit cards that help you earn more points to get you to your next vacation sooner.
We caught up with the reality TV comedians at the Chase and IHG Vacation Station at Grand Central Station to learn more about what's coming up next for them and why food tastes so much better when it's free.
“There’s ways to do things. You could do it the right way or the wrong way. If you’re going to travel a lot, you might as well maximize it and benefit from it. That’s what we like to do. We just did almost five weeks overseas and they did not take all types of credit cards. Not all credit cards worked for us in the way that this one did." said Sal. "The amount of reward points you get with IHG is unbelievable. And what’s better than buying something with points? It feels like it is free! You know when food is free, it just tastes better? Well, when a hotel room is free, you sleep better."
After airing eight seasons of the show, touring overseas and having a major movie in production, we were curious how a hidden-camera show is able to still remain on the down low after having worldwide success.
"It is one of the biggest challenges of the show and one of the most important things. We make our show to be authentic and if people recognize us, we just move it along. It's got to be real for us or it doesn't play."
When we asked what's next for the hilarious quartet, Joe jokingly responded, "after this, I'm going to get on the train and go home!" The comics continued and teased their upcoming film. " We leave in a week to go film the Impractical Jokers movie. It comes out next year and it will be theaters worldwide. We are very excited!"
To learn more about the Chase and IHG Rewards offers, visit Chase.com
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