The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and the Chase Sapphire Reserve? are two of the most popular transferable points currency cards out there. Generally I consider the cards to be substitutes and not complements, due to the similar ways...Show More Summary
There’s a huge debate amongst my readers, every time I talk about the Chase Sapphire Reserve someone will argue that the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is clearly the better card (usually pointing out the slightly better signup bonusShow More Summary
Yesterday I wrote a post about what I consider to be the single best card duo out there -- specifically, the Chase Sapphire Reserve? and the Chase Freedom Unlimited®. On that post, reader James K. left the following comment, which I wanted to take a closer look at:
There are a lot of great credit cards out there, and there's not a single card that's going to be best for everyone. When it comes to applying for a credit card, I always recommend factoring in the sign-up bonus, return on everyday spend,...Show More Summary
Chase has sent out some targeted offers by email with a new increased bonus for the Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card. These offers don't bypass the 5/24 restriction, but it could be possible to still get the card if you were targeted and are over 5/24.
For many years the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card was basically the undisputed best credit card for maximizing miles & points. However, the past few years we've seen many new credit cards introduced, as well as additional perks added...Show More Summary
All things considered, my three favorite Chase cards are the Ink Business Preferred? Credit Card, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, and Chase Sapphire Reserve? Card. These cards offer big sign-up bonuses, excellent perks, and a generous...Show More Summary
There are many things to love about the Korean Air SkyPass program, which is transfer partners with Chase Ultimate Rewards, meaning the points can easily be earned with cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Ink Business Preferred?...Show More Summary
Regular readers are familiar with my recommendation that if there’s one rewards card you should get, it’s the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. It’s got a great signup bonus, strong points-earning of valuable points, and good benefits as well. Many readers are familiar with the benefits but it’s the core ones that get talked about the most. Show More Summary
By my valuation of points, the two single best credit card sign-up bonuses available at the moment are on the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Ink Business Preferred? Credit Card. Not only do the cards offer huge sign-up bonuses and...Show More Summary
About a week ago I suggested that the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card wasn't just the best card to get started in miles and points, but it was better for many people even than Sapphire Reserve. That's because the signup bonus is better...Show More Summary
Last year Chase introduced the Sapphire Reserve card which was such a hit Chase filed an SEC 8-K advising of materially higher costs from new cardmember acquisition. It’s a $450 annual fee card that offers a $300 travel credit, a Global...Show More Summary
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is an excellent travel rewards credit card for earning points on every purchase that can be redeemed for travel on any airline or at any hotel. Learn more in our Chase Sapphire Preferred review. Chase Sapphire Preferred Review: The Travel Rewards Credit Card That Changed The Game appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
The hottest new credit card over the past year has been the Chase Sapphire Reserve. It's launched as a Visa Infinite card, the third active one in the United States. It offers a trifecta in terms of bonus, strength of earning, and card benefits. Yet I've long been a proponent of the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. Show More Summary
Chase has sent out an email to Sapphire, Sapphire Preferred, and Sapphire Reserve cardholders advertising an extra 1x Ultimate Rewards on purchases made via digital wallets such as Chase Pay, Apple Pay, Android Pay, or Samsung Pay. This...Show More Summary
The favorite flexible points currency of many points enthusiasts are Ultimate Rewards from Chase. Having a Chase premium credit card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Ink Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve allows you to transfer points 1:1, most of the time instantly, into several lucrative airline and hotel point programs. Including some popular partners […]
Last week I reviewed the Chase Sapphire Reserve card’s travel insurance. I was impressed with how favorably it compared to the lower cost Sapphire Preferred card. But, how does it compare to travel insurance provided by other ultra-premium...Show More Summary
Chase has shared new rules for its Sapphire cards with their branch bankers. There are (3) different Sapphire cards — the no annual fee Sapphire, the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, and the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card. Presently it’s been possible to have more than one of those. Show More Summary
Chase just drastically (negatively) changed the rules on who is eligible for signup bonuses on their Sapphire Reserve and Sapphire Preferred cards. Here are 3 groups of people that...
Doctor of Credit has published a memo that Chase sent out to their customers which stated that, as of yesterday, customers can no longer sign up for a second Sapphire card. Previously it was possible to sign up for both the Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve cards in order to get both signup bonuses. Show More Summary