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4 reasons to apply for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card now

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Chase recently launched an increased welcome offer on the Sapphire Preferred card. You can currently earn 80,000 points after spending $4,000 in the first three months of having the card.

Before this change, the sign-up bonus on the Chase Sapphire Preferred was 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points, with the same minimum spending requirement. The annual fee of $95 is not waived on this offer, as it has been on some previous Sapphire Preferred offers, but increasing the welcome offer by a full 20,000 points is a significant jump, and worth considering.

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Why my husband and I both have the Chase Sapphire Preferred card

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When my husband and I started earning credit card travel rewards two years ago, the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card was one of the top recommended rewards cards we found. The Chase Sapphire Preferred card was the first card we opened — in fact, we each opened one, and we’re so glad we did. 

I opened the Chase Sapphire Preferred first, when the welcome offers was a waived annual fee for the first year as well as 50,000 points for meeting the minimum spending requirement of $4,000 in three months. Now,

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot touts programs by PepsiCo, JPMorgan Chase to increase lending and job training

JP Morgan Chase plans to expand home lending for Black and Latino families while PepsiCo will give more money for job training, officials announced.

Representatives from JP Morgan Chase and PepsiCo made the pledges during a news conference with Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Community Trust, a leading philanthropic organization.

JPMorgan Chase promised to increase homeownership among 3,000 Black and Latino families “in the Chicago region through an additional $600 million in home lending to these families over the next five years,” officials said.

The bank also will expand low down payment programs and grants for home buying, including closing cost assistance.

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Officials also said PepsiCo will be giving $500,000 for job training and development, though it wasn’t clear when or where. The soft drink giant also is giving $1 million

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Why Chase Freedom Flex is the best credit card for holiday shopping

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  • The Chase Freedom Flex℠ is part of Chase’s quarterly 5% cash-back bonus program.
  • From now through the end of the year, cardholders can earn 5% cash back on PayPal and Walmart purchases, on up to $1,500 in spending once activated.
  • The vast majority of major retailers will let you check out with PayPal online, which means many of your holiday shopping purchases will qualify for the bonus.
  • If you max out the bonus, you’ll get $75 back. If you’re a new cardholder, you can also get $200 back after you
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Top ad accounts in review from T-Mobile to JPMorgan Chase

  • Much of the ad industry came to a halt in March as the pandemic led marketers to slash spending and delay reviews of their accounts.
  • But activity has since picked up, with a focus on media-buying, which is where the most money changes hands.
  • The key reviews ad agencies are watching include names like T-Mobile, Sanofi, and Visa that spend billions on advertising and want to consolidate their business with a single agency or holding company.
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When the pandemic hit the US in March, advertising all but came to a halt as brands slashed spending and halted new campaign production.

The last thing any CMO wanted to do was go embark on an agency review, an expensive, monthslong process to determine the advertising agencies they want to handle their business. 

But with some exceptions like Samsung, which just cancelled a massive pitch for

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Chase Updates United Business Card with 75,000 Bonus Offer

In January, Chase and United Airlines teamed up to launch the new United℠ Business Card. And this week, they updated the limited-time welcome bonus offer: Earn 75,000 bonus miles after spending $5,000 on qualifying purchases in the first three months of opening an account.

For small business owners who may be traveling again in the coming months, this is a good opportunity to score miles on any company purchases you anticipate making in the near future. This is a limited-time bonus offer for new account holders and it ends on November 30, 2020, so it’s important to act fast.

Here’s everything you need to know about the United Business Card:

United Business Card Rewards

United℠ Business Card account holders can earn miles with every dollar they spend: 2X miles per $1 spent on United purchases, at gas stations, office supply stores, restaurants, food delivery services (like GrubHub, Caviar, Seamless and

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Chase Center Named Sports Business Journal Sports Facility of the Year

Chase Center, the recently-built state-of-the-art arena and home to the six-time NBA Champion Golden State Warriors, was named Sports Facility of the Year by the Sports Business Journal, it was announced today. The Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily annual awards celebrate and recognize the leaders, visionaries and day-to-day practitioners who personify excellence in the business of sports. The other finalists for the award were Allianz Field, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, TD Garden and Wrigley Field.

The Warriors now lead all major professional teams with four Sports Business Awards, having won Team of the Year in 2014 and 2016 and Co-Executive Chairman and CEO Joe Lacob being named Executive of the Year in 2016. In addition, the Warriors were named the Franchise of the Decade across all professional sports teams by the Sports Business Journal in 2019.

“This award is a recognition of the vision, planning and execution that went

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Chase Pay Yourself Back now available on Freedom and Ink cards

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Chase’s Pay Yourself Back tool is arguably the best new credit card feature we’ve seen introduced during quarantine. If you have the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Pay Yourself Back lets you cash in points for select purchases — including groceries and dining — and receive a 25% to 50% bonus depending on which card you have.

For example, if you have the Sapphire Preferred, redeeming 10,000 points to cover a grocery-store purchase would get you $125 off, rather than the standard $100. And if you don’t

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JPMorgan Chase Rolls Out New Digital Hub, Tools to Protect Businesses Against Fraud

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Access to reliable online security has never been more critical for businesses today. In fact, 81% of business owners experienced payments fraud last year, according to a recent survey by J.P. Morgan and the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP®). To help businesses protect against potential threats, JPMorgan Chase today introduced Fraud Protection Services, a new digital hub with enhanced fraud prevention tools that helps small and mid-sized clients protect their businesses and manage money safely.

The new offering is available online to the bank’s millions of small to mid-sized business clients. Businesses can easily enroll and access Chase’s suite of fraud tools through a dashboard that helps clients take full advantage of security features, including enhanced check monitoring and protection, while helping them better manage their cash.

“We want business owners to know we have their back,” says Jennifer Roberts, CEO of Chase Business Banking.

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Chase expands “Pay Yourself Back” redemptions

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In an effort to keep its card portfolio fresh in the midst of a long travel slowdown, Chase continues to roll out new travel point redemption options on its credit cards. On Monday, the issuer expanded its recently introduced “Pay Yourself Back” tool to include several additional card families, and extended the existing eligible categories on its two primary Sapphire cards.

First launched in May, the “Pay Yourself Back” tool currently allows Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Sapphire Preferred Card holders to redeem their Ultimate Rewards points for purchases made at grocery stores, dining establishments (including delivery and takeout) and home improvement stores. These initial

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