Chase platinum is all about choice
Chase wants you to know they are all about choice. CreditCards.com's variety of Chase products allow you to apply online to get the credit card that best suites your individual needs.
For consumers seeking a solid credit card without all the bells and whistles, there is the Chase Platinum Credit Card, with no annual fee and an introductory 0 percent interest for up to 12 months.
Chase also has rewards credit cards for gas rebates or airline frequent flier miles. A driver's choice might be a gas rebate card, like the Chase PerfectCard. Maybe you fly often, making the Chase Travel Plus Platinum Visa Card, Continental Airlines World MasterCard, United Airlines Mileage Plus Signature Visa Card, or British Airways Visa Signature Card an option.
If you shop at one retailer frequently perhaps your ideal reward credit card could be the Disney Visa Credit Card, Toys "R" Us Visa Credit Card, Starbucks Duetto Visa, Overstock.com Rewards Visa Card, Borders 3.2.1 Visa Card, or Amazon.com Platinum Visa Card.
Students can "Choose Chase" for its credit card options, like the Chase Student Flexible Rewards Card and the Universal Entertainment Student MasterCard. And, small business owners may want to consider the Chase Visa Platinum Business Card, Chase Business Rebate Card, United Mileage Plus Platinum Visa Card, or the new Amazon.com Business Visa Card.
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