Chase offers a selection of unique Visa cards featuring different interest rates, rewards points, and annual fees. Chase is often the card of choice for first time Visa applicants. These cards are ideal for people looking to establish their credit, as they offer smaller credit lines to ensure accountable spending.
One of the main reasons people use Chase credit cards is rewards points. The Chase Universal Card is one of the most popular cards among Chase customers (offer has now ended). This card offers reward points for every dollar you spend. If you spend large sums of money on big-ticket items, these reward points add up quickly.
When you sign up for the Chase Platinum Visa card (offer now ended), you receive a rebate on your gasoline purchases. For the first 90 days, you receive a six percent rebate on gas purchases, and a three percent rebate for every gas purchase after that. If you’re looking to consolidate your credit card debt, Chase offers zero APR on balance transfers with this card.
Another popular Chase credit card is the Chase Cash Plus Rewards Visa. When you use this card, you receive a five percent rebate on purchases made atdrug stores, grocery stores, and gas stations. You can redeem this rebate for a check at the end of the year, or for gift certificates to popular stores like Best Buy, Macy’s and Home Depot. Like several of the more popular credit cards from Chase, there is no annual fee for using this Visa card.