Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Review (Updated March 2019)by AwardWallet
Despite the number of new rewards-earning credit cards to hit the market in recent years, the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card retains the top spot as our go-to credit card when we’re asked for recommendations.
Which Chase Ink Business Card Should I Get?by Jess Farley
Chase Ink Business credit cards provide a great opportunity to accelerate your rewards earning by adding a small business Ultimate Rewards earning credit card to your wallet, which pairs nicely with any of the handful of consumer Ultimate Rewards cards available.
Earn 60,000 Ultimate Rewards with Chase Sapphire Bankingby Sam Helmy
You can now earn 60,000 bonus Ultimate Rewards points for opening or upgrading to a Chase Sapphire Banking account. To earn the bonus, you will need to deposit $75,000 of new money into the Chase Sapphire account and maintain it for at least 90 days.
10X Ultimate Rewards at Atlanta and Charlotte Airportsby Sam Helmy
Chase has partnered up with Paradies Lagardère to offer up to 10X Ultimate Rewards on up to $100 in purchases at ATL and CLT on purchases with Chase Pay.
Chase Partners With Expedia To Power Ultimate Rewards Booking Portalby Sam Helmy
Booking travel with Chase Ultimate Rewards just got better after it was announced that Chase has partnered with Expedia to run their Ultimate Rewards travel portal. The move is excellent news for Chase cardholders since Expedia group also owns Travelocity, Orbitz and Hotwire.com travel search engines, which should result in many more options.
Chase Eliminates Korean Air As Ultimate Rewards Transfer Partnerby Sam Helmy
Chase has announced that Korean Air will no longer be an Ultimate Rewards transfer partner effective August 25, 2018. For anyone that has redeemed with Korean, this is a definite hit to the value of Ultimate Rewards.
Doing the Math: Sapphire Reserve vs Sapphire Preferredby Jess Farley
Looking for an exact dollar figure to help you decide if you should get the or ? You’ve come to the right post! Today we’re breaking down exactly how much you need to spend each year on travel and dining…
How to Check Your 5/24 Statusby Jess Farley
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.
How to Combine Chase Ultimate Rewards From Multiple Credit Cardsby Howie Rappaport
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.
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Credit Card Reviewby Jess Farley
Taken at face value, the Freedom Unlimited offer can appear a little underwhelming. Why earn just 1.5% cash back when there’s a host of cards offering 2% or more back on everyday purchases? The answer lies in the Freedom Unlimited belonging to the Ultimate Rewards family of credit cards.