Right Now These Are the 3 Most Popular Chase Credit Cards With Our Readers — Actually They’re the Most Popular, Period.

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Right Now These Are the 3 Most Popular Chase Credit Cards With Our Readers — Actually They’re the Most Popular, Period.

Scott LiebermanRight Now These Are the 3 Most Popular Chase Credit Cards With Our Readers — Actually They’re the Most Popular, Period.Million Mile Secrets Team

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Hello, Million Mile Secret Agents.  You’re a savvy group.  I totally get why you’ve been grabbing these 3 Chase credit cards.  Because they each unlock huge opportunities for Big Travel with Small Money.  Here they are:

I’ll briefly break down why our readers are going crazy for these top travel credit cards.

Use Points From Chase Credit Cards to Get to Hawaii and Just About Anywhere You Want to Travel. Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Can Get You There, and Very Soon Southwest Points Will Too.

Top 3 Chase Credit Cards With Our Readers in December

This is the best business credit card, hands down.  The sign-up bonus can be worth ~$1,600 when you transform the Chase Ultimate Rewards points into United Airlines miles, Hyatt points, and more.  Or the bonus is valued at $1,000 for just about any flight, hotel, rental car, etc., with no blackout dates when you book through the Chase travel site (it’s just like Expedia).

As with all credit cards, meet the minimum spending requirement to unlock the bonus.

This card also has great ongoing bonus spending categories and more.

You don’t need a huge business to qualify.

I’ve been approved for Chase business credit cards for my sole proprietorship by applying with my social security number.  Meghan, Keith, and Jasmin on our team each have side-hustle small businesses and were approved for Chase business credit cards too.  The Ink Business Preferred Credit Card is a great card to use to help grow your business.

This is the #1 travel credit card for folks new to using points instead of money for travel.  I’ve had my Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card for over 5 years.

I used the Chase Ultimate Rewards points I’ve earned to fly round-trip Business Class to Europe last summer.  I just moved the points over to United’s loyalty program and then I flew there on United’s partner Air Canada and back home on Lufthansa.

Instead of being cramped in a coach seat (which I’ve happily done many times!) I got to lay down in a bed, was served name-brand alcohol, got really good food, was invited into airport Business Class lounges for free food, drinks, comfortable couches, and more.

This card has a $95 annual fee.

The sign-up bonus is worth ~$900 on Southwest.  And you know Southwest has no blackout dates so it’s super easy to get the flights you want.  But what a lot of our readers are doing is pairing this bonus with another Southwest card such as Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card to get the Companion Pass.  This is how your partner can fly free with you on Southwest for up to 2 years.  Check out our Southwest Companion Pass Guide to learn all about it.

What to Do If You Can’t Get Chase Credit Cards Because of the Chase 5-24 Rule

Chase 5-24 Rule: Chase won’t approve you for most Chase credit cards if you’ve opened 5 or more credit cards from ANY bank within the past 24 months. (Exception: business credit cards from American Express, Bank of America, Chase, Citi, and Wells Fargo do NOT count towards your 5 credit card total.)

Well, you can either wait it out until you’re under or go to other banks.  This is a reason why the

is rapidly gaining in popularity with our readers.  Well, that and the $500 intro bonus!

You earn the bonus after meeting the minimum spending amount.  Other great perks:

  • Unlimited 4% cash back on dining and entertainment
  • 2% at grocery stores
  • 1% on all other purchases
  • $0 annual fee for the first year, $95 after that

All these credit cards are top-notch so you really can’t go wrong.  Just select the one you’re most comfortable with.  And come back here to Million Mile Secrets and we’ll help you get the most from the points and perks!

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Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card

Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card

  • Earn 80,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $1,000 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • Earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent on travel and select business categories each account anniversary year
  • Earn 1 point per $1 on all other purchases–with no limit to the amount you can earn
  • Points are worth 25% more when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards
  • Redeem points for travel, cash back, gift cards and more – your points don't expire as long as your account is open
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Employee cards at no additional cost
  • $95 Annual Fee

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F.U. Chase. Your Chase Lending department and overall customer service on my Chase Sapphire Preferred card absolutely is abysmal. I am considering tearing the card in half and utilizing AMEX and my Citicard

Can you be more specific for those of us considering the card?

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Jake, I can’t speak to Tom’s very specific circumstance but I’ll tell you my experience.

I’ve had the Chase Sapphire Preferred for over 5 years and I’ve only had top-notch customer service from them.

For example, a couple of times I found fraudulent charges on my card. Chase fixed it immediately and issued me a new card and number.

Also, the representatives I’ve spoken with have always answered all my questions and have been friendly.

I have 6 Chase credit cards and a bank account with them. They’ve been great to me and I’ve personally recommended Chase to both friends and family members.

Absolutely anti-customer. They offered me a nice credit limit then after “interviewing” me why i spent so much in a given cycle and in 12 months missed paying on the due dates only 2x in 12 mos. they unilaterally and abruptly decreased my credit limit by like 70%. When i explained to them that my father died i used the Chase Sapphire instead of my other cards FOR FUNERAL COSTS AND EXPENSES A they didnt care; nor did they care that i paid the balance to 0 when they called me to assess my account. I to some pea brain at Chase Lending whom had the audacity that i took out another credit card (Citibank) and refused to reinstate my initial credit limit. The Citibank was interest free for 24 months and the Chase guy still thought taking the card was irresponsible. I was OUTRAGED at his condescending attitude so i complained to a Chase Senior VP whom has of yet returned my email. HORRIBLE experience

The most anti-customer indeed! I was approved for the Chase Sapphire Reserve and ONE statement later was given notice that my card was CANCELED without even spending much on it!

Wasted a Hard Inquiry on this, then stupidly took their advice on applying for a Freedom card instead. After I was approved of the card over the phone, another mail comes in and says that they opted out of their decision!

This trust-mistrust cycle has to be made know to put a stop to it, because they’re misleading the customers without taking any responsibility for their actions.