What Types of Credit Cards Does Chase Bank Issue?


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Chase offers both business and personal credit cards, according to its website. Individual cards include the Chase Freedom, Chase Slate and Chase Sapphire cards, while business options include the Chase Ink or Chase Ink Plus cards. Each card offers different benefits. As of 2015, Chase also offers business cards, including the Southwest Airlines Visa, United Mileageplus Explorer and Marriot Rewards Visa.

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The Freedom card offers an initial benefit of a $150 reward for cardholders who spend at least $500 during the first three months after the company issues it, according to Chase. It gives the cardholder the option of activating categories for a 5 percent cash-back reward of up to $1,500 per quarter and 1 percent on all other purchases. The card has no annual fee and a 0 percent annual percentage rate for the first 15 months.

The Slate card also is free of any annual fee and for the first 15 months has a 0 APR reports Chase's website. Slate cardholders enjoy the benefit of free monthly credit scores. During the first 60 days after opening the card, they have the option of transferring balances from other cards with no fee.

While the Sapphire card has no annual fee for the first year, the fee for subsequent years increases to $95, Chase indicates. This card rewards users who spend $4,000 in the first three months with 5,000 rewards points. It gives double points for each dollar the user spends on travel or dining.

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