I'm looking for credit cards with travel rewards and I think to join Chase Ultimate Rewards. Is it good idea?

Answered on January 28, 2018
Updated on January 28, 2018
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Amy Miller Amy Miller
Chase Ultimate Rewards is good for frequent travelers. Ultimate Rewards points can be redeemed for cash back, statement credits, Amazon.com purchases, travel, or you can transfer your points to a participating loyalty program. Ultimate Rewards credit cards allow to earn only 1 point per dollar spend on non-travel and dining purchases. If you are not going to spend a lot in these categories, you may choose other travel credit cards.
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