Both the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve are running promotions boasting big welcome offers.
If you don’t hold one of the Chase Sapphire cards — and haven’t received a new cardmember bonus for any Sapphire card during the past 48 months — now might be the time to consider getting one.
Both offer redemption bonuses when booking travel through Chase. This helps you field a pretty great, effective Ultimate Rewards “team” when you combine them with cards such as the Chase Freedom Flex, Chase Freedom Unlimited, and/or Chase Ink Cash.
But which Chase Sapphire card is the best for you?
I booked a couple of trips this week for my family — and the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card reminded us why it’s such a good fit for our travel needs.
The card’s Fourth Night Free and annual Anniversary Night benefits came in very handy — and have us looking forward to our trips even more so than before!
Here’s how everything worked.
With people starting to again plan trips but perhaps facing some wounded wallets, credit card points can be a great tool to help make those travel wishes become a reality.
American Express and Chase are a couple of heavyweights in the travel rewards credit card world. And that’s especially the case with their products offering transferrable points. (Amex’s Membership Rewards and Chase’s Ultimate Rewards.) These cards are helpful because you’re not necessarily “locked in” to one loyalty program.
For example, you can’t transfer Delta SkyMiles to another program. You have to use them for redemptions offered only by Delta.
Having transferrable points gives you a lot more travel options. Maybe your preferred airline constantly devalues its partner redemptions. Then you discover a different carrier offers a better awards deal to a dream destination. If you don’t have the points to pay for the other airline’s great rewards points, then you’re kinda stuck.
That’s where cards such as American Express Membership Rewards and Chase Ultimate Rewards comes in. Both offer decent lists of airline and hotel partners to whom points can be transferred on (generally) a 1:1 basis. And they overlap in nearly 10 different programs.
Let’s take a look.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cards are now running welcome offers with increased point bonuses.
And one card also comes with a bonus statement credit!
We now know Q2’s 5% bonus cash back categories for the Chase Freedom Flex and legacy Chase Freedom cards!
If you have a Chase Freedom Flex or legacy Chase Freedom card, don’t forget to register your card for this quarter’s 5% bonus cashback categories! Registration closes today.
A new credit card aimed at the younger population was just announced: the Chase Freedom Student Visa Signature Card.
It provides a basic introduction to credit cards. But like other credit products, it might not be for everyone.
Let’s take a quick look.
Here’s a fun twist that more airlines and credit card issuers may want to implement.
After news dropped last Friday that Delta again decimated their partner redemptions for business class award trips, some people might wonder if it’s even worth getting a Delta American Express card.
Looking to save money on food delivery or pickup for your homebound party during this weekend’s big football game?
Three cards can pay for most of or even your entire meal. Let’s kick it off!
Chase and DoorDash offer discounts and benefits for DashPass — the food delivery service’s subscription program. But only a few cards receive the perks.
The offerings have changed a little bit since the two companies partnered up, so we wanted to get you caught up to speed.
Historic snowfall is possible in parts of the Midwest — and Delta Air Lines has issued a weather waiver for passengers whose travels involve at least one of nine select cities.
A surprise in my mailbox greeted me late last week: a redesigned IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card.
I wasn’t expecting a replacement card and don’t remember requesting one. It just showed up.
The card it’s replacing didn’t expire until late 2023. But there are nearly ten changes between the old and new physical products, so I thought it’d worth us examining the differences!