90,000 Chase points are worth $909 with most Chase credit cards, whether you spend them on travel, cash back, gift cards, experiences or shopping. With a few Chase cards, 90,000 points can be worth 25% - 50% more when redeemed for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
Having the right Chase credit cards can help you maximize the value of your Chase points. Also, keep in mind that Chase has the right to change the value of your points at any time. That means you should redeem your points often to avoid the chances of a large number of them being devalued.
The easiest way you can redeem Chase rewards is online, but you can also do that over the phone at (800) 432-3117. You can redeem Chase rewards for gift cards, travel, statement credits and cash. Chase points are generally worth 1 cent each, regardless of what they’re redeemed for. If you’re redeeming for cash, you can also go to a Chase branch. You’ll get your money as a statement credit or as an electronic deposit to the bank account...
There are 14 Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners, including 11 airlines and 3 hotels. Some of the most popular Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners are United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Hyatt, Marriott and IHG.
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