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What rewards does Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card offer? Is it worth applying for it?

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card offers 3X points on travel, 3X points on dining at restaurants, 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases. It also comes with the sign-up bonus – 50,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening…. Continue reading

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I wanted to apply for the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card but the annual fee is too high. Can you recommend something else?

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Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card is a premium credit card which comes with high $450 annual fee because it provides premium benefits like $300 annual travel credit, Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® Fee credit and complimentary airport lounge access. If you’re not a frequent traveler and you understand… Continue reading

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I’ve recently accumulated $7,000 balance on my Chase Freedom credit card. Do you think a Chase balance transfer credit card is a good option for me since I already have an account with them?

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Unfortunately, you won’t be able to transfer the balance of one Chase credit card to another Chase credit card as balance transfers between two cards of one issuer are not allowed. Continue reading

I have a credit score of 798. I’m looking to get a Visa card. I hear Chase Freedom is a good card. I had a Chase card back in 1989 that I had problems with. I have my checking and investments at Chase. Do u think I can get the card?

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Since you have accounts at Chase it may be easier for you to qualify for the Chase Freedom card. Note that there is a card that is similar to the Chase Freedom credit card – the Discover it® Cash Back credit card. Like the Chase’s card, this card will allow you to earn 5% cash… Continue reading

FAQs Tags: Chase, Discover, Visa
Why don’t you have Chase Bank as an issuing credit card source? I have United/Mileage Plus card from Chase, but I can’t put in in the Interactive bank list. Also what are the numerical boundaries between bad, fair, good, and excellent credit scores?

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We do offer some Chase products. Please revisit our site as the offerings may change. As for the numerical boundaries for credit scores, there are different methods of calculating credit scores. Every credit bureau has its own unique formula to calculate scores. There are three major credit bureaus… Continue reading

Why travel with credit cards?

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Credit cards or plastic money is one of the most useful handy tools today. People can opt for a card best suited to their needs form a huge variety of cards available. For those with frequent business trips and travel there is no better advantage than plastic cash. With so many banks offering… Continue reading

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