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Move all Chase points to Reserve account?

Move all Chase points to Reserve account?

  1. MMM

    Wondering what others do with their Chase points. You guys think it’s necessary to move all my Chase points from my Freedom and Preferred cards over to the Reserve account just in case Chase decides to change more rules on us (i.e, may for prevent us from using Freedom points combined with the Reserve ones in the future)? Or will they give us a warning?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Not something I’d considered. I actually have my Ink card under a separate login from my personal cards so I’m not even sure I could combine them all without putting all the cards under the same login.

  3. Gaurav

    [USER=184]@MidSouth Skier[/USER] you can transfer points across log ins as long as you meet the transfer criteria.

    I did put all my points under my premium cards when that Chase rumor came out a couple of months ago (survey asking about thoughts on limiting transferability of points earned with non-premium cards). It don’t think it hurts in any way to link the points to your most valuable card. Just remember to move them if you decide to cancel it.

  4. MMM

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 38178, member: 79″][USER=184]@MidSouth Skier[/USER] you can transfer points across log ins as long as you meet the transfer criteria.

    I did put all my points under my premium cards when that Chase rumor came out a couple of months ago (survey asking about thoughts on limiting transferability of points earned with non-premium cards). It don’t think it hurts in any way to link the points to your most valuable card. Just remember to move them if you decide to cancel it.[/QUOTE]

    But once you move them from say the Freedom account to the Reserve you can’t move them back to Freedom right? Not that those of us who rather use the points for premium cabins would really use it as cash back.

  5. Gaurav

    Yes, you can. At this point you can freely move points between all your accounts.

  6. MMM

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 38178, member: 79″][USER=184]@MidSouth Skier[/USER] you can transfer points across log ins as long as you meet the transfer criteria.

    I did put all my points under my premium cards when that Chase rumor came out a couple of months ago (survey asking about thoughts on limiting transferability of points earned with non-premium cards). It don’t think it hurts in any way to link the points to your most valuable card. Just remember to move them if you decide to cancel it.[/QUOTE]

    By the way, do you consider the Business Ink Plus a premium card? Wondering if I should move those points over to the Reserve too…

  7. MidSouthSkier

    I think by “premium card” [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] meant “a card with an annual fee”. You must have one of those to be able to transfer URs to airlines.

  8. Gaurav

    Yes, the Ink Plus is premium but the Reserve offers the most options including paid fare redemptions so if you wanted to keep your options open that’s the place to park your points.

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