Yesterday, we saw what appears to be an accidental leak from Chase which suggests that we'll soon be seeing some major changes to the Chase Sapphire Cards. The changes that may be coming to the Sapphire Reserve Card don't look particularly exciting but if what has been leaked is true, right now may the best time to apply for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card.
A couple of keen-eyed Reddit users have discovered what appear to be new Ultimate Rewards agreements for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card. Assuming that the contents of these documents are genuine, we could soon see Chase announce some big changes to their two fee-bearing consumer Ultimate Rewards Cards.
The Freedom Flex credit card is one of the newest cards to be added to Chase's credit card lineup (it launched in September 2020) and it's already one of the most important miles & points credit cards on the market. With no annual fee, great earning rates, and excellent benefits, this is a card that would fit very well with most people's wallets.
In the past few hours, Chase has refreshed the welcome offers on all three of the Avios-earning credit cards that it issues (British Airways Visa, Iberia Visa & Aer Lingus Visa) and the changes mean that all three cards are now offering a relatively simple and low-cost path to 100,000 bonus Avios.
The welcome bonus on the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card has now been changed from a straight 100,000 points to a bonus that offers three free nights and a chance to earn 10 points per dollar on spending made in select (and popular) categories.
With just over two weeks left in the second quarter of 2021, Chase has revealed the 3Q 2021 category spending bonuses for the Chase Freedom Flex credit card (review) and the legacy Chase Freedom credit card (no longer open to new applicants). Registration for the new bonus categories is now open.
The IHG Rewards Club Premier Card is a fantastic card to hold if you're a fan of IHG properties as not only does it currently come with an amazing 150,000 point welcome offer, but it also offers cardholders a number of key benefits that can improve their stays with IHG and, crucially, save them money and points.
Chase is sending out emails to targeted holders of its Chase Ink cards to let them know that for a limited time, they can earn 5 points/dollar on shipping spending and on spending made with home improvement stores this summer.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card has just had its welcome offer boosted to an incredible 100,000 points (worth at least $1,250) and that means that we're now seeing the best ever welcome bonus offered by one of the most popular cards around. Whether you're just starting out in the miles and points game or if you've been considering this card for some time, this would be a great time to add the card to your wallet.
The Ink Business Preferred Card from Chase currently offers one of the best welcome bonuses on the market, but there's a lot more to this card than just a one-off points bonanza - this is a credit card that offers excellent spending category bonuses, that makes other great credit cards even better, and that offers one of the rarer (and more useful) credit card benefits around.