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The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is one of the cards that got a lot of people started in the miles and points world and when you consider the card's relatively low annual fee together with the benefits that it offers and the power that the card has to make other cards even better than they already are, the Chase Sapphire Preferred is still a card to be reckoned with.
We're starting to see credit card issuers ramping up the number of special deals they're offering to holders of select credit cards and Chase is the latest to get in on the act with an offer for anyone with a Chase Freedom or Chase Freedom Unlimited card in their wallet.
Generally speaking, if you want to a credit card that offers impressive earnings power you have to be prepared to pay for it and, in a lot of cases, paying for it means taking on annual fees of at least $495/year...but not with the Ink Business Cash Card from Chase.
The Ink Business Preferred Card from Chase continues to offer one of the best welcome bonuses on the market but there's a lot more to this card than just the one-off points bonanza when you meet the welcome bonus spending target - this is a credit card that offers excellent spending category bonuses and one of the rarest (and more useful) credit card benefits around. This is one of the best Business Cards available.
Chase issues the Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Chase Sapphire Preferred credit cards and if you like to travel, if you enjoy playing the miles and points game and if you like being able to earn valuable points with relative ease, you should probably have one of these cards in your wallet...but not necessarily because of what these cards offer on their own.
On a number of occasions, Chase has offered me points (up to 50,000) and a free night certificate (valued at up to 35,000 points) to upgrade my card to the newer Boundless card and I've turned down the offer each time. Now Chase is back with a third offer - bonus elite night credits.
I hold two Marriott co-branded credit cards (one issued by Chase and one issued by American Express) but despite the fact that most of my hotel spending goes Marriott's way neither of my Marriott credit cards is the best Marriott card that the banks issue...but that may be about to change.
Chase is emailing out an offer to cardholders in which it's offering a saving of 15 cents/gallon when they use Chase Pay as their payment method in conjunction with the gas station's mobile app. There doesn't appear to be a requirement to register for this offer so if you haven't received the email you can almost certainly still participate.
Chase has just launched a new (and impressive) 140,000 point welcome bonus on the IHG Rewards Club Premier credit card so if you're a fan of IHG Rewards and haven't yet picked this card up the information below may be of use.