The Chase foreign transaction fee for credit cards is either $0 or 3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars, depending on which credit card you get. A foreign transaction fee is a surcharge that some credit cards add to transactions processed outside of the United States. The fee applies whether it’s a purchase at a physical location in a foreign country or an online transaction through an internationally-based merchant.
Chase Credit Cards with No Foreign Transaction Fees
In general, Chase cards that have annual fees don’t have foreign transaction fees, and vice-versa. If you’re a frequent traveler, not having to pay fees abroad probably outweighs the cost of an annual fee.
The starting Chase credit card credit limit could be as low as $500 or as high as $25,000+, depending on the card and your overall credit standing. One of the Chase credit cards with the highest starting limit is the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, which has a minimum credit limit of $10,000. TheChase Freedom Flex℠ card’s minimum credit limit, on the other hand, is one of the lowest Chase offers, at $500.… read full answer
For certain cards, Chase will approve you for either a Signature or Platinum account. Platinum accounts have lower starting limits than Signature, so applicants with lower credit scores who are approved will get a Platinum account. All individuals approved for Signature accounts typically receive a credit limit of at least $5,000.
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