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Chase Rewards Credit Cards

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Given Chase’s status as the largest credit card issuer in the United States in terms of outstanding balances, you can expect to find a number of different Chase rewards credit cards listed below. Chase is known for its partnerships with major airlines and hotel chains, so if you’re looking for a rewards credit card affiliated with a major travel provider like United or Marriott, there is a high likelihood that it belongs to the Chase rewards family. It’s important to note that Chase rewards cards are generally only available to people with excellent credit, but regardless of your credit…show more

    Chase Slate®


    chase slate
    • 0% Purchases 15 months
    • 0% Transfers 15 monthsNo Transfer Fee
    • Regular Rate 12.99% - 22.99% (V)
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    • Annual Fee $0
    • Rewards None

    Chase Freedom®


    chase freedom credit card
    • 0% Purchases 15 months
    • 0% Transfers 15 months3% (min $5) Transfer Fee
    • Regular Rate 13.99% - 22.99% (V)
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    • Annual Fee None
    • Rewards Cash Back
    • Initial Bonus $100
    • Earn Rate 1% - 5% cash back
    • 0% Intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers. After the intro period, a variable APR of 13.99-22.99%
    • No annual fee and rewards never expire as long as your account is open

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    Sep 12, 2014
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    --Comment from Catherine Nagy Hall--

    Sep 12, 2014
    I don't have one of the cards above, but I've had a Chase Military Star rewards card for several years now and use it as one of my main credit cards. I really like how easily points seem to accumulate. Quite often, I get notices about double points for shopping with different vendors and that really helps my points add up. Another bonus is there is no annual fee, and the interest rates are comparable to leading cards.
    Sep 4, 2014
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    --Comment from Sara Bolton--

    Sep 4, 2014
    I don't have a Chase rewards card, but I have a "gold" card at my local bank, and I love the perks that I get with it. I get 1% cash back on all purchases, and the fees are very affordable. I have had countless situations where my card has helped me out when I was having money issues.
    Jul 21, 2014
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    --Comment from Cindi Hounton--

    Jul 21, 2014
    I've had a Chase Freedom card and a Chase Sapphire card. My Chase card I have had for years and years. I am happy with their rewards program. They give 1 percent cash back on all purchases and 5 percent on revolving categories. The revolving categories are great at coinciding with the season. for example, last year the 5 percent on amusement parks was in summer, department stores at Christmas, etc. The Sapphire Card has an annual fee but a lot of perks and great customer service-- I've never been put on hold and you talk to a real American.
    Apr 28, 2014
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    --Comment from Bryan McWethy--

    Apr 28, 2014
    I have a Chase Freedom card and absolutely love it! I've had it for longer than a year now and I really did reap benefits immediately from it in terms of the ample cash back bonus offers, especially the $100 I recouped in the first 3 months of using my card. I love the Freedom card and use it for a good amount of my purchases which helps me get the most cash back I can for my purchases. The interest rate is a little high, but I don't have major problems as I pay off the balance in time every month.
    Feb 2, 2014
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    --Comment from Grant Hendrix--

    Feb 2, 2014
    I have a chase freedom card and have been so far pleased with it. The worst thing about it is that the limit is so low at $1500 dollars. I usually use it for emergencies only like when my debit card is not working. It always goes through fine. I bought my computer with it and the card was easy to pay off. They are now sending me emails about rewards but I have not checked it out further. The interest rate is not bad as long as you keep paying it off within a few months.
    Jan 16, 2014
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    --Comment from Clay Hamilton--

    Jan 16, 2014
    I've had the Chase Sapphire Preferred card for about six months now. I haven't really had it long enough to try to use the points, but so far I'm happy with how it works and how I accumulate points. If I could change something about it I'd lower the interest rate; 15.99 percent is a bit high, but I just make sure I pay my balances off within the grace period (which I also think is a bit short at only 21 days).
    Jan 15, 2014
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    --Comment from Doug Miller--

    Jan 15, 2014
    I have had a Chase Freedom Card for a while now. I like the Cash back because it is actually a reward that I can use. I don’t have to save up and use points towards some inflated item that isn’t worth the effort. The Interest rates are great for a card with no Annual Fee. You can’t beat free cash back. A lot of rewards cards charge a fee and it’s rare that you end up earning more than you spent on the fee. That’s why I like this card.
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