No, the Chase Slate Edge℠ card does not have return protection coverage. Return protection is a benefit that offers reimbursement for undamaged, working items purchased with a credit card that cannot be returned to the merchant within a certain number of days of purchase. This benefit is becoming rarer as time goes on, however, as many issuers have dropped it to cut costs.
Yes, the Slate Edge card does offer extended warranty protection. The Slate Edge card extended warranty policy will lengthen the original manufacturer’s warranty by up to 1 extra year for warranties of 3 years or less. The maximum coverage amount per item under the Slate Edge extended warranty policy is $10,000. The maximum coverage amount per account under this policy is $50,000.… read full answer
Slate Edge card extended warranty protection does not cover motorized vehicles, live animals, live plants, or used items, among other things. For more details on this perk’s terms and conditions, refer to the guide to benefits that came with your Slate Edge card or ask Chase customer service.
In addition to extended warranty coverage, the Slate Edge card offers purchase protection, zero liability protection, and rental car insurance. It also has an annual fee of $0 . All in all, the Slate Edge card is a good credit card for people who want the possibility of a lower APR.
The benefits of Chase credit cards include several types of travel insurance, airport lounge access, and up to $300 in annual travel credit. These benefits are mostly found on the top-tier Chase credit cards, though many more Chase credit cards have purchase protection and extended warranty protection. To know which perks are included on a specific card, you’ll need to call customer service at … read full answer1 (800) 432-3117 or check the Chase website.
Chase Credit Card Benefits
Airport lounge access
Up to $300 in annual travel credit
Extended warranty protection
Trip cancellation / interruption insurance
Lost luggage reimbursement
Trip delay reimbursement
Emergency evacuation & transportation
Rental car insurance
In addition to having some or all of these card perks, it’s important to remember that many Chase credit cards also give rewards. Rewards aren’t generally considered card benefits, but having a credit card that earns great rewards can be a big asset to cardholders. As long as you use your card responsibly and maximize the various benefits that Chase offers, you should come out well ahead of any annual fees that Chase cards may charge.
Yes, Chase does offer extended warranty protection on some of its credit cards. With Chase extended warranty coverage, the original manufacturer’s warranty will last up to 1 extra year when a covered item is purchased with an eligible Chase credit card. Chase extended warranty coverage applies to warranties of 3 years or less.… read full answer
The maximum coverage amount per item under the Chase extended warranty policy is $10,000. The maximum coverage amount per account under this policy is $50,000.
Popular Chase Credit Cards with an Extended Warranty
Chase Freedom Unlimited®
Chase Freedom Flex℠
Chase Freedom® Student credit card
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
Chase Sapphire Reserve®
Ink Business Cash® Credit Card
Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card
British Airways Credit Card
Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card
Amazon.com Credit Card
Keep in mind that not all Chase credit cards offer the extended warranty benefit. Information on covered items and exclusions can be found in the guide to benefits that came with your credit card, or you can ask Chase customer service about these details before you apply for the card.
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