The best Chase metal credit card is the Chase Sapphire Preferred Rewards Card. The Sapphire Preferred Card is made of metal with a blue finish, weighs 13 grams, and offers up to $1,000 in travel as an initial rewards bonus. Cardholders also earn 1-2 points per $1 spent on purchases. At $95, the annual fee isn’t too bad, either, considering all the rewards you get in return.
Chase has metal credit card offers for several types of applicants: Sapphire Preferred for bonus travel rewards at a reasonable cost, Sapphire Reserve for luxury travel perks at a high cost, the JP Morgan Reserve Card for Chase’s high-net-worth banking clients, and the Marriott Bonvoy Credit Card for frequent hotel guests. There are more Chase metal cards co-branded with popular hotels and airlines, too, including the Marriott Bonvoy card, the United MileagePlus card and the IHG Rewards Club Premier card.
Chase has more metal credit cards than any other issuer (Amex is up there too). All of Chase’s metal credit card offers require at least good credit for approval, and some you need excellent credit to get.
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