A Chase credit card, in our opinion, is one of the best credit cards to have in your wallet these days. Issued by JPMorgan Chase, one of the biggest banks in the US, a Chase card may let you earn rewards, cash rebates, free air tickets, free hotel nights or even unique experiences.
Besides offering MasterCard and Visa cards, Chase also partners with hotels and airlines like United to offer co-branded cards. Since Chase credit card offers include a large selection of cards in different categories, it can be confusing for you to pick one to apply for.
Having reviewed many Chase credit cards, I'll let you in on our top-rated Chase cards. Here is a list of our best rated Chase cards with rewards, 0% APR or bonus miles:
0% Intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers
Read review of Chase Freedom® here.
Introductory Annual Fee of $0 the first year, then $95
Read review of Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card here.
0% Introductory APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers
Read review of Chase Slate® here.
$0 intro annual fee for the first year, then $95
Read review of United MileagePlus® Explorer Card.
0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers
13.49% - 19.49% Variable
Read review of Ink Cash® Business Credit Card here.
updated Apr 27, 2016
Ivan Daniel is a writer at GET.com a lifestyle and personal finance website. Email: email@example.com.
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