How to Easily Combine Chase Account Logins How to Easily Combine Chase Account Logins

How to Easily Combine Chase Account Logins

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Chase offers one of the most comprehensive credit card portfolios out there, with many of its cards ranking among the best cards for each spending category. But with so many lucrative products on offer, Chase customers regularly run into the issue of juggling multiple account logins — particularly when holding both business and consumer cards.

To simplify things, Chase recently added a feature to its online account center. Customers can now easily combine multiple logins into one — including personal and business accounts. Now you only need to remember one password!

Combining Two Accounts

Before this feature was added, combining online account logins was possible but required a phone call. Now you can do this method online in a matter of minutes.

To combine two Chase logins, start by logging into the account you want to keep — preferably on a desktop. Note that if you're linking a business login and a personal login, you'll have to keep the business log in and merge your personal Chase account. You can't add a business login to a personal login.

Whether you're logged into your personal or business account when submitting the request, you'll follow the same process.

Once logged into your account, click the person icon at the top right corner of your Chase dashboard and select “Profile & Settings”:

screenshots showing how to get to Chase Profiles & Settings page to merge two account logins

Click the “Account settings” link on the lefthand navigation bar. If you aren't logged into a profile that's already been linked with another, you should see an option to “Manage linked accounts”:


Next click “Show my accounts”:


Next, Chase will show all of the profiles and accounts that are eligible to be combined into one login. Just click “Link Relationship” next to any Chase accounts you want to merge into this login. You'll have to confirm that you want to do so before your request is submitted.


If successful, Chase will display a confirmation screen showing “your account has been successfully linked.”

Combined Account Usability

Once you've successfully combined your Chase accounts, you can view all of your personal and business accounts in one place.

A combined business/consumer login on a desktop looks like this:

Desktop view of merged dashboard after you link Chase business and personal accounts
You can customize which accounts to view with the header menu.

On the Chase Mobile App (Apple/Android), you simply toggle back and forth between your business and consumer accounts with the switch at the top:

App view after you merge Chase accounts

Final Thoughts

This is a welcome change for Chase customers. The previous method of combining logins could be confusing and convoluted, meaning many people didn't bother going through the trouble. This new method makes it much easier, hopefully translating into a more streamlined banking experience.

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  • Maxwell Kuhns says:

    It looks like its even easier:
    Go to your account
    Click on 3 bars on upper left
    Account management
    Profile and Settings
    Account settings
    Manage Linked Accounts
    Show my Accounts
    anything that is linked to your SSN should show up, and then just click the link on the accounts you want.

    Easy-peasy squeeze the lemon,

  • Paul Heymont says:

    I don’t know whether it doesn’t yet work the way you describe, or no longer works that way, but as of this morning, Chase told me that linking business to personal accounts has to be done by a rep (and he did it quickly and with no problems).

    That’s after three days of trying to follow the route through secure messages only to find at the final submit button to merge a message that says that that part of the website is not working now and please try again later. Wish they had just put up a “call your rep” message!

    • Oh weird! The secure message way definitely worked for me when I went through the process myself. But perhaps Chase has pulled this option.

  • Paul davis says:

    I’ve had a business account that shows both my personal and business for some time. I still miss however what they used to have which was a summary of the ultimate reward points for all of your accounts that no longer exists.

  • How do we unlink accounts if needed?

  • This was previously one of the most frustrating aspects of having the Chase Ink cards in combination with the other chase credit cards. A few things that i’ve noticed even after you combine accounts. 1) You may not be able to have all the functionality of chase checking depending on which login you ultimately use as your ‘primary’. 2) The daily wire transfer limit maybe different depending on which account you use as your primary account.

  • Is this working for others? When I log in to my business account and try to link personal login, nothing happens after I click Continue button.

  • I got all excited when I saw we could combine accounts, but unfortunately we can’t keep the personal account setup. I’m not crazy about the business platform or my login. Oh well…

  • Keith Dsouza says:

    I have always wanted to combine my business account with the personal account but wasn’t doing it due to having to call, just filled the form out with this guide and hopefully will have a combined account soon

  • Very convenient! My business banker showed me in 2018 how to combine logins for my Chase business and personal accounts. Perhaps at that time it was an insider secret.

  • Useful article! Anyone know if the same can be done for Amex accounts? Thanks!

  • I’ve been wanting to do this to my wife’s accounts for a while now. Thanks for the step by step. Now to see if it actually works.

  • This definitely is a welcome change for those with a lot of chase credit card account.

  • Unfortunately this hasn’t worked for me also however shall try again, thanks for the guide

  • Now if its only possible to see the business and personal accounts on 1 screen without toggling that would be great!

  • Handy tip to consolidate multiple Chase logins. Chase has some great cards (Southwest, Sapphire Preferred or Reserve, Hyatt, IHG) – just wish they’d loosen up on the 5/24 rule a bit sometimes…..

  • Bhikhu Shah says:

    This is great way to keep everything in one place with Chase.

  • Heide Rendleman says:

    I think this is quite an improvement. This specific instructions on how to make this happen a really nice.

  • Is there any downside to doing this?

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  • This did not work for me. This may be permitted for personal accounts, but I tried doing it for a business account and got the message: We have the username you’re signed in with. Please tell us about your other username or account. If you’d like to link or combine 2 business accounts, please contact us. I suggest editing this blog post and placing that information toward the top, to save others time.

  • Jani Goulette says:

    I am a signer on my parent’s Chase accounts. I have the Chase app which allows me to transfer money and pay bills for them as they don’t do anything online. This was always fine as I personally did not have accounts with Chase. Recently we refinanced our home through Chase and I opened an Amazon Prime credit card, which is also through Chase. Both of my new accounts appeared in the Chase app without my setting them up (along with my parents’ accounts). My main checking account is through another bank. I am having difficulty adding an external account to pay my mortgage. I added the account, but the only option to “Pay from” are my parent’s accounts! I have called in three times to try and remedy this.

    Long story for a short question. Can I have two separate logins? One for my personal accounts and one that is just my parent’s accounts. I ended up sending a check for my first mortgage payment because I couldn’t get it figured out in time to make the payment online. Big pain! I don’t want to do that every time. HELP!

    • Hey Jani, sorry to hear about the trouble here. You may have just gotten unlucky with phone calls to Chase. They should be able to separate the logins—especially considering they are different account holders. I’d keep trying and do my best to escalate to a supervisor.

  • I just tried this and stopped when I saw the 2 options. Neither lets you eliminate one username entirely. So you still end up with 2 usernames but are able to see the personal one in the business or vice versa. I was hoping to get rid of one username entirely.

  • This is interesting. I haven’t had the need to do this. I can see the business and personal but I don’t see how someone would have multi personal accounts with different sign ins? Oh well. Anyway at least they are trying to make things a little easier.

  • Good thing that they now make it easier to do all things online. This helps both side as it lowers cost and the human factor.

  • Gary J Rodgers says:

    Can you get Chase Ultimate rewards with a business account?

  • So if I combine my husband’s account with mine is it going to change anything as far as the ability to to get separate cards in the future? Say we both want to get the same United card will having a combined account make it so only one of us gets it?

    • JT Genter says:

      Unfortunately for those in “2-player mode”, Chase won’t let us combine accounts with different people – even our spouse. So, we will still need to have at least two logins.

  • Not really sure about this. I thought multiple chase card accounts shared the same login anyway? – Why the need to combine anything ?

    • JT Genter says:

      Personal cards can be combined into one login, but business cards have needed to have their own login. If you only have personal or business cards, there should be no need to combine.

  • Maryjane says:

    This is good to know, but I think I am going to leave my two accounts separate for now. I find that the login on the app is pretty easy. I have it set up so when I want to log into the personal account I use my fingerprint. If I want the business account, I use the username and password..

    • Yes for me as well (except Face ID). The offers are always different for business & personal accts & don’t want to possibly rid myself of some no-hassle options down the road.

    • Sometimes, there are grounds for separate log in credentials, such as your case.

  • Good move from chase to improve customer experience.

  • Steven William Van Meter says:

    Combining two accounts is a huge advantage. I like that aspect of this deal. Hopefully we can get out from under the oppressive leftist restrictions and travel more soon!

  • The cards are automatically added to the same login by default. How is this even possible?

  • Convenient. Surprised it took this long to implement.

  • Chase leads the way. Again.

  • Am I missing something? All of my chase card accounts have been sharing the same login for years, literally from the very beginning.

  • Before you’d have to go thru & redo all your settings when combining. Is this no longer the case? Thanks

  • Florencia says:

    Anything that improves the user experience when handling cards is welcome.

  • DOes this lose the benefits of the personal profile deals and add ons?

    • Hey Tim, can you be more specific? I have had a combined login with the business version for a long time, so I might be able to tell you if something specific is missing from the business interface.

      • There are certain features on the personal platform not on the biz, like the ability to nickname accts. I’m guessing since moving to biz those are the features you are left with & they are not as good. Before if rep did for you, you would lose all of your online transaction details from your personal accts. Wondering if that has changed?

  • Anything that simplifies life is good with me, even if it’s not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.

  • Good change, hope it is followed by others

  • Always nice to eliminate a login and see everything in one place. Glad to see Chase has finally made this happen.

    • Yes, I might let Elon put his AI-chip in my brain, just so I don’t have to deal with logins anymore. LOL

  • Awesome! Can you explain the two options? For example, will the second option allow me to pay my personal card balance when logged in to my biz profile? What should I consider in deciding between the two?

    • JT Genter says:

      KC: The second option notes that “All payment and transfer info (account transfers, Bill pay and Chase QuickPay) will remain separate.” So, I’m assuming that you won’t be able to make payments in your biz profile after linking accounts. I just linked my accounts using the second option, but it seems it will take 24 hours to complete.

  • It should be noted that this function only allows combining into the business account profile, not the personal.

    • JT Genter says:

      That’s in the post 🙂
      “Note that if you’re joining a business login and a personal login, you’ll have to keep the business login and add the personal account. You can’t add a business login to a personal login.”