It looks as if Chase is targeting holders of select Ink business credit cards for a nice bonus points offer that's similar to an offer that we saw published earlier this year. If you hold a Chase Ink Business card, check your emails or read on to see how to check if you've been targeted.
Despite being devalued in a number of ways since it was first launched, the Chase Sapphire Reserve® credit card is still a major player in the miles & points world so with the card's current excellent welcome offer about to be pulled*, I though that I'd take a look at how, despite everything, this remains a card that's surprisingly hard to replace without making some sacrifices.
The World of Hyatt credit card is now the only co-branded Hyatt credit card in existence and is without question a card that should have a place in every Hyatt fan's wallet. Between the earning rates and the great benefits that the card offers the modest annual fee is easily covered, and with Hyatt increasingly giving cardholders extra bonuses in its global promotions, this card keeps getting more valuable.
If you're a fan of the Marriott Bonvoy program and you enjoy staying at Marriott properties around the world, it would probably make sense for you to hold a Marriott Bonvoy credit card in your wallet. Of all the Bonvoy cards on the market, the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® credit card does the best job of keeping costs low while still offering strong earnings with Marriott and offering benefits that help to offset the card's annual fee.
The United Club℠ Infinite Card is probably the most important card a United Airlines frequent flyer can hold as not only is it the card that offers the best earning rate for spending with United Airlines, but it's also the card that can help make membership of United Airlines Clubs a lot more economical. To add to all that, the United Club Infinite Card now comes with a fantastic 100,000 point welcome bonus.
Chase currently issues three credit cards linked to the IHG One Rewards program and this article compares the annual fees, the earning rates, and the key benefits that these cards offer in what is (hopefully) an easily digestible format to make it easier to see which card (if any) will work best for you.
A wide variety of cards offer bonuses or cash back for spending on dining, takeouts, and food delivery services, so I've pulled together a selection of five cards that I think offer some of the best returns available on dining expenditure. With no-annual-fee cards sharing this list with ultra-Premium cards, there should be a card that fits most people's wallets in this selection.
The IHG® Rewards Premier Credit Card is a fantastic card to hold if you're a fan of IHG properties as not only does it currently come with a fantastic welcome offer, but it also offers cardholders a number of key benefits that can improve their stays with IHG and, crucially, save them money and points.
The United Club℠ Infinite Card is issued by Chase and is a card very clearly designed with United Airlines' frequent flyers in mind. As the card which earns the most United Miles per dollar spent with United Airlines, and as the card that offers United Club membership as one of its benefits, this is a card that's clearly worth considering if you fly with United Airlines with any great frequency.
It was almost exactly a year ago when I finally managed to get my hands on the Ink Business Preferred® credit card and I have to admit that when I saw that I had been approved, I was probably a little more excited than a grown adult should be about something as simple as a credit card.