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Buy Chase Points

You can buy Ultimate Rewards points in increments of 1000 for $25, up to a total of 5000 per month for $125, which works out to 2.5 cents per point. Here's a step by step of how to buy Ultimate Rewards points, before we get into whether it's worth it:

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It could be, to top up your balances if you just need a few more points and want to redeem right away for a reward. For example, if you have 58,000 Ultimate Rewards points and want to redeem for a one-way award from NYC to the Maldives (MLE) in business class on Qatar, which is 60,000 United miles = 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points:

That means that your one-way award for 60,000 United miles = 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points is getting you over 7 cents per point nominal value. What if you would only ever pay $3500 roundtrip for business class in Qatar, so $1750 one-way? Well, that's still 2.9 cents per point, which is better than 2.5 cents per point for that 2000 point purchase, plus you presumably got the other 58,000 Ultimate Rewards points much more cheaply, via credit card signups and spend bonuses.

If you do have more time available to build up your points balances and/or you need more points (since 5000 points per month isn't much) these are more economical ways of building up your Ultimate Rewards points:

If you already have the Ink Bold, you can still get the Ink Classic, for an additional 25,000 Ultimate Rewards points: 10,000 after first purchase and an additional 15,000 points after spending $5000 in the first 3 months. See Maximizing the Chase Ink Bold: How to Meet Minimum Spend since our advice there also applies to the Ink Classic. The benefit of the Ink Classic vs. the Ink Bold is that there's no annual fee, so as long as you have the Sapphire Preferred so that you have a way of transferring points out to United, Hyatt and other Ultimate Rewards partners, this could be the business card that you keep open, to help keep credit utilization low and improve average age of accounts for a better credit score.

Bottom Line: Earning a lot of valuable Ultimate Rewards points creates an asset that can be used to fund a family vacation, offset business expenses, or redeem for immediate cash in an emergency.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred card offers up to 5 points per $1 spent on travel, has a lower $95 annual fee, and still delivers 25% more value when redeeming points for travel on the Chase travel portal.

Bottom Line: If you have a premium Chase Ultimate Rewards-earning credit card, you can transfer Ultimate Rewards points to those accounts and redeem for greater value (up to 50% more) through the Chase travel portal.

A convenient way to do this is to pay for a portion of your travel purchase with Ultimate Rewards Points and the remainder using your Chase credit card. You will earn the corresponding Ultimate Rewards points for the amount of travel charged on your card.

Redeeming your Ultimate Rewards points through the Chase Travel portal with the Ink Business Preferred card gives you 25% extra value. Additionally, you can purchase travel via the portal and earn 3 points per dollar spent.

Hot Tip: If your business maximized the $150,000 limit for 3x earnings on the Ink Business Preferred card, your business would realize $5,625 worth of travel when redeeming points through the Ultimate Rewards travel portal!

There are tons of Chase partners you can redeem points with, including frequent flyer and hotel loyalty partners. For some of these programs, the value can be as high as 7 cents per point depending on your redemption!

I have checked out some of the business plans but most of them have big spend requirements for the bonuses. I am a very small business with min/mod expenses. So I think the freedom might be the best option. I had not realized the freedom was not just a cash back card. I am glad that I can earn UR points. I think paired with my Sapphire, it would be a great option.

I currently have the CSR card and I am thinking of getting the Ink Business Preferred to get the 80,000 bonus. Will the points be at my current reward portal or will I have to have 2 separate UR point portals?

Hello Tray. Each card will have its own terms for redeeming Ultimate Rewards points. You can redeem points via the CSR Ultimate Rewards travel portal for 1.5 cents per point. The Ink Business Preferred allows you to redeem points at 1.25 cents per point via its Ultimate Rewards travel portal. However, you will be able to transfer points between accounts in order to redeem your points at the higher 1.5 cents per point.

Hi Ryan. Yes, the Freedom Unlimited card earns cash-back in the form of Ultimate Rewards points. You can then redeem the points for cash-back, travel, etc. or you can transfer the points to premium Chase cards. Thank you for the question.

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They can also be worth considerably more (or a lot less) than that if you transfer them to partners. However, keep in mind that only Chase travel credit cards let you transfer points to airline and hotel partners.

Also, you have a lot of flexibility in how you redeem your points for travel. You can purchase travel from an outside site and redeem your points for statement credits, but you can also purchase travel through the Ultimate Rewards site.

For rewards card jugglers, Ultimate Rewards offer the valuable opportunity to combine points earned across any Ultimate Rewards cards you have open. This is a great feature that makes combining cards particularly lucrative, as you can stockpile rewards earned on different bonus categories across cards.

Plus, if you have a premium card like the Sapphire Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve, you can transfer points to that card to unlock a higher point value when you redeem for travel through the Ultimate Rewards portal.

Many Chase users prefer to sell their reward points in exchange for cash because the return value is quite high. Selling Chase points online is easy and with MilesBuyer, you get to complete the procedure in only a few minutes. All you need to do is simply fill up the contact form on our website. Ensure that you put in the correct phone number because we will contact you. On the call, we will give you a free quote for your points. This quote depends on the number of points you have, the market demand, etc. Once you agree, we will verify your account and transfer the money to your PayPal account before using the points. Your Chase points will be used by our clients who want to purchase them. Apart from submitting the contact form, you can also email us at with all the information including the number of points you want to sell, your contact number, and the quote you expect and we will get in touch with you. Alternatively, you can give us a call at 1-800-511-0315 and one of our executives will guide you.

Many of us earn points through everyday transactions, but redeeming them can be limiting, as the options may not align with your schedule or preferences. Instead, you can quickly and easily sell your Chase points through Miles Buyer in just a few minutes and a few steps.

As customers, you will continue to accumulate Chase points through various purchases such as grocery shopping, movie tickets, dinners, and fuel. However, you may not always find a use for these Chase points in the future.

Redeeming your points for rewards or gift cards can also be time-consuming and complex. Selling your points for cash, on the other hand, is a quick and easy process that can be completed in just a few minutes. Simplify the process by getting cash for your points.

No. Chase points do not expire until your account is open and in good standing. However, Chase points are immediately removed from your account on detection of fraudulent activity in your account, bankruptcy, failure to pay, and other similar reasons.

There is no federal law prohibiting the sale of Chase Reward points. Being a legitimate business, you can sell your Chase reward points with MilesBuyer without worry. We have more than 50,000 clients around the world who rely on us for safe selling and high returns. 041b061a72


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