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The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is a good (and popular) general-use travel card, featuring extra points earned on travel and dining while offering a 1:1 transfer rate to several popular travel partners. Regular travelers who make good use of the card should find the annual fee quite reasonable.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is popular among travelers, in part because it’s made of metal.
It offers a hefty introductory bonus, flexible points that transfer to many frequent traveler programs at a 1:1 rate, and a 25% point bonus when redeeming for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
You’ll get 2X points per dollar on travel and dining at restaurants. Use this card for all your travel and dining spending, and then use the points for travel expenses.
|AIRLINE TRAVEL PARTNERS|
|Aer Lingus AerClub||British Airways Executive Club||Flying Blue AIR FRANCE KLM||Iberia Plus||JetBlue TrueBlue|
|Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer||Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards||United MileagePlus||Virgin Atlantic Flying Club|
|HOTEL TRAVEL PARTNERS|
|IHG Rewards Club||Marriott Bonvoy||World of Hyatt|
This card has a $95 annual fee, and no foreign transaction fees.