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Chase Adds JetBlue As An Ultimate Rewards Transfer Partner

Chase has added JetBlue TrueBlue as a transfer partner of Ultimate Rewards as of August 26, 2018. The move comes unannounced the day after Chase dropped Korean Air as a transfer partner, and does restore some value to Ultimate Rewards especially if you’re a JetBlue loyalist. This won’t get you to Australia in suites, but it could help you help you top off an account to try Mint service on a transcontinental flight.

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How to Check Your 5/24 Status

Of all the restrictions placed on credit card applications, Chase’s 5/24 policy is the most prohibitive. The policy applies to the majority of Chase-issued rewards cards, including crowd favorites like the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve®, and Ink Business Preferred℠‎ Credit Card, restricting approvals to applicants with less than five new credit card approvals in the previous 24 months. If you’ve received five or more personal cards in the last 24 months, it’s highly unlikely you’ll get approved for another card on Chase’s 5/24 list.

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How to Combine Chase Ultimate Rewards From Multiple Credit Cards

If you have one or more Chase Ultimate Rewards earning credit cards, you’ll notice that the points earned on each card account are associated with that particular card. If you want to maximize your rewards for redemption, you’ll want to consider combining those points to the card that provides the most value for each point. Combining points is easy, fast and free.

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How to Use Chase Sapphire Points in 2018

Chase Sapphire Points, known as Ultimate Rewards can be used in a variety of ways. You can book travel with them through UltimateRewards.com or transfer points at a 1:1 ratio to a number of partners including Marriott, Hyatt and United.

When Should You Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Southwest?

Southwest Airlines’ Rapid Rewards program a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards. If you’ve got an Ultimate Rewards-earning credit card such as the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve® or the Ink Plus® Business Credit Card, points earned with these cards can be transferred to Rapid Rewards at a ratio of 1:1 in 1,000-point increments. Not all redemption opportunities are created equal; check out our analysis on where we think you should try to target your redemption value.