Easy Rewards from Chase Credit Cards

We keep getting emails about featuring a complete list of the Chase rewards specific offers. Chase offers a wide variety of rewards cards that can help consumers find the right one to suit their needs. Chase rewards credit cards offer consumers a chance to earn while shopping or paying off bills.

Some of the credit cards offered by Chase include multi-purpose rewards, and other focus on a particular reward that may be just what the consumer is looking for. Many of these cards offer instant approval when applying online. Following is an overview of some of the most popular Chase reward cards.

Chase Freedom® Visa
There is no annual fee for the Chase Freedom Visa® (there is also a MasterCard option), and it also offers an introductory 0 percent interest rate. This card offers consumers 5 percent cash back on quarterly bonus categories that include department stores, gas, and home improvements. It also offers 1 percent cash back on all other purchases and up to 20 percent cash back when shopping online with one of their select merchants.

Chase Sapphire Preferred(SM) Card
The Chase Sapphire card is also a card that has no annual fee and includes a combination of rewards. Points that are earned can be redeemed for cash back, travel, merchandise, gift cards, and other rewards. 10,000 bonus points are earned upon the first purchase with the card and the points never expire. There is also no limit on the amount of points that can be earned. One point is earned for every dollar spent on purchases and double points are awarded when airfare is booked through Ultimate Rewards. The Chase Sapphire card also offers premier purchase and travel protection along with 24/7 live customer service.

Chase Sapphire Preferred
This is an upgraded version of the Chase Sapphire card. There is no annual fee for the first year, but starting in year two there will be an $85 annual fee. If a cardholder spends more than $3000 within the first 3 months of receiving the card they will earn 25,000 bonus points. The points earned are worth 25 percent more when redeemed for travel and cardholders will also not have to worry about blackout dates or travel restrictions. Like the normal Sapphire card, one point is earned for every purchase dollar and double points are earned when booking airfare through Ultimate Rewards. Cardholders also earn a 7 percent point dividend annually and can transfer points to other hotel and airline programs. Members also have access to 24/7 customer service and premier travel services such as Chase Global Lifeline and Trip Cancellation Insurance.

Chase United Mileage Plus® Visa Signature® Card
For those who fly United Airlines often, this Chase card offers a nice reward program. This card includes all the benefits of a Visa signature card. The rewards system is based on miles, with cardholders earning 30,000 bonus miles after their first $250 purchase. Consumers earn 1 bonus mile for every dollar, with the ability to earn travel certificates after just one purchase. This card also features exclusive redemption options for card members. There is a $60 annual fee for the Chase United Mileage Plus® Visa Signature® Card.

Chase Marriott Rewards® Visa Signature® Card
This is a points based reward card that allows cardholders to redeem their points for accommodations, airline miles, and merchandise. 22,500 points can be earned upon the first purchase made with the card and cardholders also receive a free night stay e-certificate upon having their card approved. Members will earn 3 points for every dollar spent at Marriott® locations and earn one point for every dollar spent on other purchases. Each cardholder receives 10 nights credit toward Elite status annually. There is no annual fee for the first year and then the annual fee will be $30.

Chase AARP Rewards Platinum Visa® Card
This Chase rewards card features no annual fee and a zero percent introductory interest rate. The reward system is based on points, with 1 point being earned for each purchase dollar. AARP cardholders receive special discounts on purchases and there is a zero liability clause for unauthorized transactions.

Chase TJX RewardsTM MasterCard®
This is also a points based reward card that carries no annual fee. 5 reward points are earned for every purchase made at T.J. Maxx, A.J. Wright, Marshalls, and Home Goods. One point per dollar is awarded for all other eligible purchases.

Chase Disney Rewards® Visa® Card
There is no annual fee for this card that offers Disney related rewards and perks. Special financing is available for select Disney vacations when using the card. The card allows the cardholder to earn Disney Dream Reward Dollars®.

Chase Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Visa Signature Card
This card has an annual fee of $59 for Signature card members and $39 for Classic card members. 1 reward dollar is earned for every dollar spent on purchases with double reward dollars being awarded for Southwest Airline purchases and purchases made through Rapid Rewards Preferred Hotel and Rental Car Partners.

If you have a checking account with the bank you may also consider one of their debit card offers to earn rewards. The latest debit card offers are normally listed on the bankers desks and can be generous with the money back.