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Update: Please be aware of Chase's new terms for the availability of Sapphire-family credit cards.
Chase Sapphire Points, known as Chase Ultimate Rewards, are earned with many different Chase credit card products including:
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- Chase Sapphire Reserve®
- Chase Freedom®
- Chase Freedom Unlimited®
- Ink Business Unlimited℠ Credit Card
- Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card
- Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
A great feature of the Ultimate Rewards program is that you can consolidate the points earned across all your Ultimate Rewards-earning credit cards into a single account.
Redeem Ultimate Rewards 19 Different Ways
Ultimate Rewards are especially valuable due to the flexible nature of the rewards program. Chase Ultimate Rewards can be redeemed through UltimateRewards.com in 19 different ways. The value you’ll receive for each point depends on the card products you have and your method of redemption.
Our Favorite Redemption with Ultimate Rewards
One of our favorite redemptions with Chase Ultimate Rewards is for flights to Hawaii. The transfer partners of Ultimate Rewards allow you to redeem your points on the three major legacy US airlines (American, Delta, and United) by leveraging their partnership agreements. Check out our master list of Award Chart sweet spots for some further inspiration.
Prevent Ultimate Rewards from Expiring
Ultimate Rewards never expire if you have an active credit card that earns Ultimate Rewards. If you plan on closing an Ultimate Rewards-earning credit card, make sure you transfer the points earned on that card to another card or redeem those points before closure, so you don’t forfeit your earned points. The Freedom Card, Chase Freedom Unlimited®, and Ink Cash card all come with no annual fee if you’re concerned about maintaining an open card account without fees.
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