The United Club℠ Infinite Card is issued by Chase and is a card very clearly designed with United Airlines' frequent flyers in mind. As the card which earns the most United Miles per dollar spent with United Airlines, and as the card that offers United Club membership as one of its benefits, this is a card that's clearly worth considering if you fly with United Airlines with any great frequency.
It was almost exactly a year ago when I finally managed to get my hands on the Ink Business Preferred® credit card and I have to admit that when I saw that I had been approved, I was probably a little more excited than a grown adult should be about something as simple as a credit card.
We're now in the first days of October so we're into the final quarter of the year and that means that the new bonus categories for the Chase Freedom Flex℠ credit card and the legacy Chase Freedom credit card have now gone live.
In the last couple of years, Chase has taken to offering a variety of quarterly targeted spending bonuses across its co-branded card portfolio and it looks like these bonus offers are coming back for the final quarter of 2022.
American Express wasn't the only bank to issue a new mid-tier Marriott Bonvoy credit card yesterday. Chase joined in the fun too. Sadly for anyone who has been looking forward to seeing what Chase's mid-tier Bonvoy card will offer (the card has been rumored for some weeks), it looks like the new card is as big a disappointment as the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card...and I didn't think that could be possible.
Yesterday was a big day for announcements in the world of Marriott Bonvoy co-branded credit cards with news that the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™️ American Express® Card has been refreshed and the news that two new mid-tier cards have been launched. There was, however, one other piece of Bonvoy credit card news that didn't get any fanfare at all and for some, it was the best news of the day.
When the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card was unveiled back in October last year I wasn't particularly impressed with what it had to offer and I said as much when I wrote about it on this site. Now, almost a year later, I can't say that my opinion of the card has changed dramatically but a couple of things are making me seriously consider adding it to my portfolio nonetheless.
Generally speaking, if you want 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. Not with the Ink Business Cash Card from Chase.
The Freedom Unlimited Credit Card is a no annual fee credit card from Chase that has always been a good card to hold for unbonused spending. Its makeover in September 2020, however, turned it from a good card to hold to an excellent card that can form a key component of an Ultimate Rewards strategy.
I've said in the past that I'm not a big fan of most airline credit cards as I find they're too limiting in what they offer. While an airline's credit card will only earn miles/points in a specific airline's loyalty program, there are dozens of cards out there that are far more flexible and which will earn points that can be transferred to a variety of airline programs.