No. You have to wait to get the physical card in the mail. Congrats, btw
Answer by: @sweetsue
I am currently pursuing my Master of Public Health degree online at the University of Maryland.
After getting my undergraduate degree and working on the Hill for a few years, I really started to fully feel the calling of Public Health. It encompasses so many things apart from healthcare, including prison reform and disease prevention.
That being said, healthcare and health insurance are certainly two huge reasons why I'm choosing to get so involved now. I hope to answer any health insurance questions that pop up as I purse my degree.
This is a great option simply because of its hefty initial bonus. By spending $4,000 during the first three months you have this card, you’ll earn $625 in travel. The only downside is that you have to book the travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards, but flights from American, Emirates and Qatar Airlines are available. Another excellent choice is the Barclaycard Arrival Plus Card, which gives you $400 in travel for spending $3,000 in the first 90 days and the miles-equivalent of 2.1% cash back on all purchases, when you redeem for travel. The best part is that you can use your rewards for pretty much any type of travel, from any travel provider because you use your miles to pay off purchases that appear on your monthly statement, not to book travel to begin with. Neither card charges an annual fee during the first year, with Sapphire Preferring charging $95 per year thereafter and Arrival Plus charging $89. The cards directly affiliated with American Airlines, Emirates and Qatar don’t quite measure up, as you can see from the fact that none of them are among the best airline credit cards.