There are several reasons using multiple Chase cards is a good idea:
- You can earn more points on your purchases.
- On travel redemptions through Chase Ultimate Rewards, you can redeem points with the card that will get you the most value.
- You can get more sign-up bonuses.
The best way to illustrate this is via one of the most popular Chase Trifectas:
- Chase Sapphire Reserve®
- Chase Freedom Flex℠
- Chase Freedom Unlimited®
By using all three cards together, you get more value than you would with any of them solo.
The Chase Freedom Flex℠ is the only one that offers 5% on up to $1,500 at rotating bonus categories you activate each quarter. The Chase Freedom Unlimited® offers 1.5% on non-bonus purchases, whereas the other card offers 1%. And the Chase Sapphire Reserve® gets you 50% more value when redeeming points through the Chase travel portal. It also allows you to transfer points to Chase’s travel partners, which the other two don’t.
To top it off, each card offers its own sign-up bonus. By opening all three, you have three opportunities to collect bonus rewards.
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