The Chase United Quest Card comes with a $250 annual fee, $125 annual credit for United purchases, up to 10K miles per year for award flights and more.
Chase, the biggest U.S. credit-card issuer, caused controversy back in 2019 by instituting a policy that forces credit-card customers to use arbitration instead of court to resolve payment disputes
Chase sent out emails this morning, informing business credit card customers that they can finally add their Chase business cards to mobile wallets.
The email informs Chase customers of changes to the Card Agreement. The update includes changes to the minimum payment calculations and amendments to the Interest-Free Period and Cash-like Transactions.
The deal includes cxLoyalty’s leading technology platforms, full service travel agency, gift card, merchandise, and points bank businesses.
Chase, the largest co-brand card issuer, and Air Canada, Canada’s largest airline and a Star Alliance founding member, have announced a strategic partnership that will make Chase the exclusive issuer of the airline’s Aeroplan U.S. credit card.
Some cardholders who have called in to downgrade to the Chase Sapphire Preferred, have been offered a $150 retention bonus for keeping their Chase Sapphire Reserve card for another year. This is a card that has a $450 annual fee, so $150 would lower the fee to $300.
Chase has just introduced a new offer where Chase Ink, Sapphire and Freedom cardmembers can redeem points worth up to 50% more when purchasing Apple products with Ultimate Rewards points.
I first wrote about the issue when the new Chase Sapphire Preferred 80K bonus was released. Even before that matches were not offered for better United card bonuses. And now people are being denied for a match to the new Chase IHG Premier card bonus that I wrote about earlier.
Chase has messaged many cardholders today about these offers, warning them that terms have changed and that abusing these offers may result in the exclusion from future offers.
Chase Sapphire Preferred has a new increased welcome offer of 80,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $4,000 within three months of card membership. The previous offer was only 60,000 points.
Income information is always required when applying for a new credit card, but it is usually just a question during the application. Recently, some applicants have been asked for additional documents.
Applicants with Social Security Numbers that are “Valid for work only with DHS Authorization” can now be approved again for Chase credit cards. The restriction was rolled back on August 20th.
A letter sent to current United TravelBank Card holders says the card will convert to the United Gateway Card on September 21. The new revamped card will earn United MileagePlus Rewards for their purchases, instead of TravelBank Cash.
US citizens and Green Card holders are usually the only ones eligible for for a a non-restricted SSN. So it looks like if you do not fall under those categories, you will not be able to apply for any new Chase credit cards.
Chase is getting into the virtual credit card business. Largest credit card issuing bank in the country, with about 92 million physical cards in circulation, is partnering with Bay Area start-up Marqeta to now launch digital-only credit cards.
A credit limit increase request was denied due “too many credit cards opened in the last two years associated with you”. This is the same reason that Chase gives to new credit card applicants when they have opened 5 or more revolving accounts in the past 24 months.
Purchases in the last couple of days are no longer earning 5X, but only the regular 3X Points for dining at restaurants worldwide. The last purchases that qualified for 5X earning were on 7/4 I believe.