With a 60k bonus, Chase Sapphire Preferred is great for points newbies - Business Insider

At $95 a year, the Sapphire Preferred is a premium card packed with tons of potential at an entry-level price

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At $95 a year, the Sapphire Preferred is a premium card packed with tons of potential at an entry-level price

The Chase Sapphire Preferred's lower annual fee makes it a great entry-level card for people new to booking with points and miles.

Chase Sapphire Preferred account to a number of travel partner loyalty programs. Or, as mentioned earlier, you can use those points to book travel reservations through Chase's native booking portal. When doing so, your points are worth 1.25 cents per point, which provides a hefty discount compared to booking directly with cash. Read more: Preferred vs Reserve — how to decide which Chase Sapphire credit card is right for you The Sapphire Preferred provides flexible points, which can be hugely valuable If you're new to booking travel reservations with points and miles, you should know that flexible currencies like Chase Ultimate Rewards points are great because you have so many options for using them. Many newcomers to the points and miles world start their journey by identifying an airline or hotel program they frequently use, then applying for that specific airline or hotel's co-branded credit card, thinking those cards would provide significant value. They're not wrong, necessarily, but the points and miles earned through co-branded cards are generally less valuable than flexible points (although, as with most things to do with credit rewards, that measure is somewhat subjective). Flexible points are more valuable because when you earn points with a specific program, like Southwest Rapid Rewards, for example, they typically can not be moved or redeemed elsewhere. There are, of course, a few exceptions to this. However, bank points, like those earned with the , offer much more flexibility, which makes them more valuable by nature. Read more: Read more: Business Insider

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