Chase Credit Card Offers
Nearly half of all U.S. households do business with Chase. While a popular credit card issuer, the company also offers personal and business banking accounts, mortgages and loans, investments and private client services for high net worth customers.
Chase is a part of JPMorgan Chase, one of the oldest financial institutions in the country. Its history dates back to 1799, when many of its founding institutions were established in New York City. Today, JPMorgan Chase serves clients globally and has assets of more than $2.6 trillion. Read more
JPMorgan Chase is still headquartered in New York City today, but it operates nearly 4,900 Chase branches to provide personalized service to customers. For consumers who aren't near a branch, the bank offers easy access to accounts online and via mobile apps.
CardRatings has named several Chase credit cards to its best credit cards of 2020 lists, including:
- Chase Freedom Unlimited® – Best cash-back rewards card
- Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card – Best bonus among business cards
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card – Best travel rewards card
Chase provides more than two dozen credit cards. These include cards for business, travel and cash back. The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is considered by many to be one of the most valuable travel cards available. It gives cardholders access to Chase Ultimate Rewards®, where they can book travel or transfer points to other rewards programs. New cardholders can also earn a welcome bonus worth up to $750 in travel.
For cash back, the Chase Freedom Flex℠ is a popular choice thanks to the 5% cash back it offers on purchases in rotating quarterly categories (up to a spending cap each quarter). Ink Business cards offer rewards for small business owners along with perks such as free employee cards and account monitoring tools. An added benefit of the cards above, as well as many other Chase credit cards, is that they have no or a low annual fee.