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Best card to go with JetBlue Plus

Best card to go with JetBlue Plus

  1. srq203

    Hello,
    I just recently got a JetBlue Plus card, and I was wondering which card would best go with that card. I am leaning towards the Chase Sapphire Rewards card as everywhere I look it’s the most recomended card.

    Thanks!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=2186]@srq203[/USER] – the Chase Sapphire Preferred is definitely a great card as it earns rewards points that can be transferred to several different airline and hotel programs. Plus with the new-ish Chase 5/24 rule if you haven’t applied for more than 5 cards in the last 24 months you’ll have a much better chance at being approved for a CSP.

  3. srq203

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 19585, member: 184″]Welcome [USER=2186]@srq203[/USER] – the Chase Sapphire Preferred is definitely a great card as it earns rewards points that can be transferred to several different airline and hotel programs. Plus with the new-ish Chase 5/24 rule if you haven’t applied for more than 5 cards in the last 24 months you’ll have a much better chance at being approved for a CSP.[/QUOTE]

    Good to know. Thanks!

  4. Anonymous

    Great question! I’ll address this in a blog post later today, if that’s okay. 🙂

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