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Curtis Arnold
Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
Amber Stubbs
Amber Stubbs, Managing Editor

Chase Credit Card Reviews

  • Chase Freedom® - $200 Bonus

    Chase has spent plenty of advertising dollars positioning the benefits of its various rewards credit cards with different types of consumers. While the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card resonates with jet-setters who love luxury experiences, Chase Freedom's brand aligns with frugal Americans who love to uncover extra cash in their daily activities.

  • Ink Classic® Business Card

    Chase isn't shy about muscling in on the business expense market dominated by American Express. The company's offering enough bonus points on its "Ink Classic Business Card" offer to cover at least $200 in Ultimate Rewards after you meet a minimum spending requirement within the specified time frame from account opening.

  • The Hyatt Credit Card

    Hyatt and Chase designed this card to shake up their industries -- and to get frequent travelers to take another look at their brands. Like other hotel affinity cards, the Hyatt Credit Card from Chase kicks off new accounts with two free nights after hitting a minimum spending threshold.

  • Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card

    The Marriott family turned their commitment to guest service into a global empire that includes thousands of hotels and resorts. Although the Starwood Group's loyalty program often gets the most kudos when frequent travelers compare notes, Chase's Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card offers some of the most lucrative perks among hotel affinity cards.

  • Chase Freedom® Visa $100 Bonus Cash Back

    Editor's Note: This offer expired and is no longer available. Chase has spent plenty of advertising dollars positioning the benefits of its various rewards credit cards with different types of consumers.

  • Continental Airlines OnePass® Plus Card

    Editors note: This offer is no longer available. Despite declaring intentions to drop the Continental Airlines brand during a merger with United Airlines, the two legacy carriers still haven't hammered out all the details. Despite earning