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Chase Credit Cards: Change of Rules A.K.A. 5/24

Chase is unveiling a new policy in regards to gaming the credit card system. If you’ve opened more than five new credit card accounts in the past 24 months (hence 5/24), you won’t be approved for any new cards from Chase. Currently this rule only applies to Chase Ultimate Reward earning personal cards (e.g Chase Freedom & Chase Sapphire Preferred. We have made mention in previous posts that Chase will soon be extending their 5/24 rule to co-branded  credit cards (e.g. United, BA, ect) sometime in April.

 Chase Bank Credit Cards

Most people that read this blog apply for a lot more than five cards every two years, so this might be your last chance to grab some Chase cards. I thought it would be a good idea to have a look at the Chase application rules & best practices, the current best offers for each Chase credit card and the best current offers overall. If there will be a work around that someone will figure out – that can be possible. However there are no workarounds reported as of yet. This is almost as bad as Amex rule allowing credit cards to be opened only once per cardmember.

Chase Application Rules To The Best Of Our Research

Chase will usually approve a maximum of two new credit cards per month. (Some people got three, but this requires a reconsideration call ). An application January 31 and February 1 is not considered 2 months. You will need to wait the full 30 days.

If you’re not instantly approved for a card, WAIT. If you call reconsideration it’s more then likely that you’ll be denied, based on the 5/24 rule. Although it officially hasn’t gone into effect yet the reps are already implementing it. Our advise, and the advise of many other bloggers is to wait it out.

There is a 24 months period from the time you received the sign up bonus to get it again. This is the 24 from the 5/24 rule.

For most people the best option will be to apply for two credit cards in the same day to get the hard pulls combined (keep in mind that you can either do two business or two personal not a mix of the two). If you are not a churner do what you want. However a word of caution, the Tortoise won the race because he was slow and steady – enough said.

Tortoise wins  the race !

Best Offers For Each Card:

Visit our Credit card page to see all offers, some of them are not the best offer. I have compiled a list of the best offers taken from DoC.

Chase Southwest Premier: 50,000 points after $2,000 in spend. The $99 annual fee is not waived

Chase Southwest Plus: 50,000 points after $2,000 in spend. The $69 annual fee is not waived.

Chase United MileagePlus Explorer: 30,000 miles after $1,000 in spend and an additional 5,000 for adding an authorized user and making a purchase. (The AU does not need to make the purchase to get the bonus miles.)Try to get 55,000 miles + $50 statement credit by making a dummy booking, or you can try this method.

Chase British Airways: 50,000 Avios after $2,000 in spend, an extra 25,000 after $10,000 in spend or an extra 50,000 after $20,000 in spend (first year). The $95 annual fee  is not waived.

Keep in mind, the following cards already have the 5/24 rules in effect:

Chase Sapphire Preferred: 50,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points after $4,000 in spend. $50/5,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points after adding an authorized user.

Chase Freedom: $150/15,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points after $500 in spend. $25/2,500 Chase Ultimate Reward points after adding an authorized user.

Chase Slate: 0% Introductory APR for 15 months on purchases & balance transfers and 0% balance transfer fee for the first 60 days.

Hotel Cards

Chase Hyatt: 2 free nights at any Hyatt property worldwide after $1,000 in spend and 5,000 Hyatt points for adding an authorized user and them making their first purchase. Sometimes it is possible to get the same offer with a $50 statement credit when making a dummy booking on the Hyatt website.

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa, Da Nang, Vietnam

 

Chase IHG: 80,000 points after $1,000 in spend or 60k link

Chase Marriott Premier: 80,000 points after $3,000 in spend and 7,500 points for adding an authorized user and them making their first purchase. The $75 annual fee is not waived on this card.

Ritz Carlton: 2 free nights at any participating Tier 1-4 Ritz-Carlton hotel after $4,000 in spend.The $395 annual fee is not waived for the first year, but comes with a bunch of other benefits like $300 annual airline credit.

Chase Fairmont: 2 free nights after $3,000 in spend. The annual fee is waived first year

Business Cards

Chase Ink Plus: 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after $5,000 in spend. Annual fee of $99 is not waived. (You may be able to get the same offer with the annual fee waived in a branch YMMV.)

Chase Southwest Business Premier: 50,000 points after $2,000 in spend. Annual fee of $99 is not waived first year.

Chase United MileagePlus Explorer Business: 50,000 points after $2,000 in spend.

Chase Marriott Business Premier: 80,000 points after $3,000 in spend. Annual fee of $99 is not waived the first year.

Okinawa Marriott Resort & Spa| Kyushu-Okinawa Japan

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In Summary:

Chase is changing their structure on how they accept new credit card applicants. You will only be allowed to apply for five credit card every two years 5/24.

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Citigroup bans Credit Cards From Sports Betting: Long Live Chase and Amex

Have a Citi credit card or debit card? Don’t bother to try using it to bet on your fantasy sports sites.  Citigroup has barred its New York customers from making credit card transactions with DraftKings and FanDuelJennifer Bombardier a bank spokesperson said, “The ban will last until a decision on the sites’ legality is made by courts”. The sites are in a legal dispute with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who calls them illegal gambling sites. The sites argue that their games are based on skill and therefore legal.

My K9 Web protection also categorized it as GAMBLING.

Luckily, Credit card Joint followers have other credit cards at their disposal. See all our latest cards on our Credit Card page. There are several good American Express and Chase offers that you can apply for.

       Chase Bank Credit Cards


LIMITED! British Airways Visa Signature Card100,000 Points
LIMITED! Ink Plus Business Credit Card - 60,000 Points
LIMITED! Chase Freedom
17,500 Points
LIMITED! Chase Sapphire Prefered- 55,000 Points
Ink Cash Business Credit Card – 30,000 Points
United MileagePlus Explorer Card – 30,000 Points
Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier CC - 25,000 Points
Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card – 50,000 Points
IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card – 60,000 Points
Chase Slate – 0% APR for 15 Months


American Express    American Express Credit Cards


  LIMITED!  The Blue for Business Credit Card – 20,000 Points
The Plum Card from American Express OPEN

The Platinum Card from American Express – 40,000 Points

The Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN
The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
The Hilton HHonors Card from American Express – 40,000 Points
The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express
The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express
Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card – 25,000 Points
Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card from AmEx
SimplyCash Business Card from American Express
Gold Delta SkyMiles Credit Card from American Express
Gold Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card from American Express OPEN
Business Green Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express
Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express
American Express Premier Rewards Gold Card


   Capital One Credit Cards


Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card - 20,000 Points
Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card - 40,000 Points
Capital One Spark Miles Select for Business - 20,000 Points
Capital One Spark Miles for Business - 50,000 Points
Capital One Spark Classic for Business – No Annual Fee
Capital One Spark Cash Select for Business – $200 Bonus
Capital One Spark Cash for Business – $500 Bonus
Capital One Secured MasterCard – Easy Approval
Capital One QuicksilverOne Cash Rewards Credit Card - $100 Bonus
Capital One Quicksilver Cash Rewards Credit Card - 1.5% Cash Back
Capital One Platinum Credit Card – No Annual Fee
BuyPower Card from Capital One – 0% APR


            Barclay Card Credit Cards


Barclaycard Ring MasterCard
Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard
Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard
Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard


  Bank of America Credit Cards


BankAmericard Travel Rewards Credit Card
BankAmericard Credit Card
BankAmericard Cash Rewards Credit Card


   U.S. Bank Credit Cards

U.S. Bank Business Edge Cash Rewards Card
U.S. Bank Business Edge Select Rewards Card
U.S. Bank FlexPerks Business Edge Travel Rewards Card
U.S. Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature Card
U.S. Bank Visa Platinum Card

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#Chase Plans to Steal Your Deposits! Starting March 13, 2016

Today I got a letter from Chase Bank N.A. informing me of their new Deposit agreement. Your deposit ticket mistakes will now cost you!  In short they plan on stealing your money if you make an error on your deposit ticket. I have never heard of any other bank doing such a thing. The only recourse you have is to notify them within 1 year of the deposit. If you do not notify them the extra money becomes property of Chase.

Chase Bank-Armed Robbery

Armed Robbery at a Chase Bank.

Deposit records and receipts Effective March 13, 2016, replace the second paragraph with the following: If you make a deposit, we may provide a receipt, but the amount on your deposit receipt is based entirely on the deposit slip you complete. We may confirm the funds you deposit and, after review, may adjust your account for any errors including any errors on your deposit slip. We are not required to adjust your account for discrepancies of $10 or less. We may not adjust your account unless you notify us of the discrepancy within one year of the date of your account statement that shows the deposit. If you do not notify us of the error during this notice period, the deposit amount will be considered final. This means that if the actual amount deposited was less than the amount declared on the deposit receipt, the difference will become your property and if the actual amount deposited was more than the amount declared on the deposit receipt, the difference will become our property.

Chase Steals Your Money.Pdf

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In Summary

Chase plans on keeping the difference if your deposit doesn’t match the amount you calculated on your deposit ticket.

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Chase Will Impose New Changes on Whom You Can Transfer Points To

Chase has quite a few cards that are part of the Ultimate Reward program. The Chase Chase Sapphire Preferred®, Ink Bold®, Ink Plus®, Chase Corporate Flex CardSM, J.P. Morgan Palladium Card and J.P. Morgan Select Card. All these cards earn “Ultimate Reward” points for purchases. Chase has implemented a new rule today that changes the way you can redeem the points.

The old system

In Chase’s old interface, redeeming points was a breeze for transferring between two ultimate rewards accounts, all you needed to do was enter in a credit card number, a last name and you were able too combined the accounts. The program always forbade transferring points to a non-spouse or household member, but it was never enforced.

Transferring points was to a “Spouse”, although it was never enforced.

Then the system was updated to the previous system. This system while transferring points in essence work the same, there was a check box that asked you to confirm that you are transferring to a spouse/domestic partner.
All this is now a thing of the past. Chase has now unveiled the new interface which makes transferring points To someone that is not a spouse/domestic partner unavailable.

First Class Traveler

The new system

Chase ultimate rewards redemption system rules say: In order to transfer points to a business co-owner or to one additional household member that person must be an authorized user on that credit card account .
The only current work around with Chase is business cards can have multiple Authorized users. However the is no perfect way in transfers  yet as every time I tried transferring in the last two days the system has been down. Oh, well let’s see what happens when the system is working again.
American Express did a similar thing back a year ago in June 2014. Although speculation has it that Amex wanted to streamline the process by having the Account information already in the system. Chase on the other hand is doing this solely to deter miles transferred to non self/spouse.

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In Summary:

Chase is squeezing the Ultimate Reward program to the limit.

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