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Made of a rare element, palladium, and one of the most exclusive upscale cards on the market that you can’t apply for. You’ll need an invitation to snag this $595-per-year card, and rumor has it you’ll need at least $10 million under JP Morgan’s asset management to get your hands on an invite.
The JP Morgan Reserve Card, formerly the Chase Palladium Card, is similar to the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, but it is ONLY offered by invitation to JP Morgan Private Client customers. You can’t apply for the card directly.
You can take advantage of a $300 annual travel credit reimbursement for all travel expenses charged to your card. You’ll earn 3X points per dollar on dining, and after you spend enough to meet your annual credit you’ll get 3X points per dollar on travel too. For all other purchases, 1X point per dollar.
You’ll get 50% more value from point rewards when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards. You can redeem points for airfare, hotels, car rentals, and cruises. If you redeem 50,000 points, they’re worth $750 in travel rewards.
This card has a $595 annual fee, and in order to get an invite we suspect you must have at least $10 million under JP Morgan’s Private Bank asset management.
This card is made of a rare chemical element, palladium, and is considered one of the most exclusive luxury credit cards to have.