Chase makes rewards a priority
By Ben Woolsey
JP Morgan Chase has been a leader in the rewards credit card arena for many years. Many of the nation's leading brands have partnered with Chase in order to offer their customers an even stronger brand value by allowing them to leverage their credit card spending to earn partner rewards.
Chase has recently announced the upgrade of their Priority Club Rewards Platinum Card to Signature status. The new Priority Club Rewards Signature Visa credit card will offer the same best-in-class benefits as the Platinum card which it replaces. But in addition the new Priority Club Signature Visa will offer a no-preset spending limit as a core feature of the credit card. No preset spending limits provide a dynamic credit line which can adjust to the variable credit line needs of frequent travelers.
True road warriors, like those in the sales profession or anyone that must travel frequently away from home for days or weeks at a time, will truly appreciate the benefits of the new Priority Club Signature Visa. In addition to the no-preset spending limit, the new Priority Club card offers other enticing program enhancements.
These benefits include being able to earn Priority Club Rewards points at an accelerated level. In fact, new cardholders can earn 3 points per $1 in card purchases at Priority Club hotel properties and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases. The new Signature Visa also provides automatic upgrade to Gold Elite status within the Priority Club, allowing prime room assignments and accelerated bonus point earning eligibility.
Another enticement for new cardholders is a sweet 15,000 Priority Club point bonus after the first card purchase. And for those frequent travelers that spend over $15,000 in annual credit card purchases, a 10,000 Priority Club point bonus will be earned.
So, if you are planning a busy 2006 in terms of business or personal travel, you might want to consider the Priority Club Rewards Visa Signature Card. It can be a very rewarding travel companion.
Published: April 15, 2006
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