How Many Credit Cards Does Chase Offer, Which Is The Most Popular
Chase Credit Cards

Chase offers several different credit cards for consumers. Many of them are in partnership with other companies such as Disney, The Ritz Carlton, and British Airways, for a selection of 15 Chase credit cards offered total. We’re going to run through a list of the ones that consumers offer the best reviews for, which happen to be the ones that they are allowed to reap the most benefit from in each category, ranging from hotel card, travel card, rewards card, leading up to the most popular Chase credit card of them all.

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Ritz-Carlton card from Chase– Just for being a card holder you’ll receive a $200 credit towards airport incidentals such as baggage fees. For every hotel visit where you stay over two nights, you’ll receive a $100 credit towards dining and recreational activities.
The annual fee for the Ritz-Carlton card from Chase is $395, which is slightly less than it’s competitor American Express Platinum card fee of $495 a year. Many believe the Ritz-Carlton card is loaded with benefits, particularly those who frequently travel out of town for business.

Chase Sapphire Preferred– Spend $3,000 in the first three months of opening a Chase Sapphire Preferred card and you’ll receive $500 back towards travel. Also, receive 2x points when you use your card for dining and traveling. This card is sure to impress those who travel international as there is no foreign transaction fee. Also, the annual fee of $95 is waived for first year card holders.

Chase Freedom Card– Spend just $500 three months after you open a Chase Freedom account and you’ll earn back a $100 bonus. If you’d like to add an authorized user, do it quickly. Within the first three months of opening an account you’ll receive a $25 bonus just for doing so.

Chase Slate$0 annual fee and 0% APR for the first 15 months is enough to make this card a winner. Once the initial 15 month period ends, the interest rate is still much lower than other credit cards. There is also no balance transfer fee, whereas, nearly every other company charges roughly 5% of your balance. Most credit card companies will offer one major perk and offer sub-par benefits in comparison, but with Chase Slate it’s hard to choose one major perk, since the card offers the best value to consumers. Chase Slate was even hailed “Crowning 2013’s Best Credit Card Offers.” The Chase Slate is still leading in the best, most popular offer for credit card users.

This article was written by Steven Moore, who has been covering consumer finance and the credit card markets since 2006. You can learn more and connect at his Google+ page.