Chase credit cards fare well in USA Today ratings

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Chase credit cards won the Best Rewards Credit Card and Best Co-Branded Credit Card, and nine total Chase credit cards placed in the top 10 across the two categories in USA Today’s10Best Readers’ Choice Awards.

The Chase credit card business is based in Wilmington

USA Todayreaders voted on their favorite credit cards from nominees chosen by a panel of industry experts, including editors from USA Todayand10Best.com.

Chase Sapphire Reserve was voted number one in the Best Rewards Credit Cards category, and the Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority Card took the top spot in the Best Co-Branded Credit Cards category. Chase credit cards rounded out the rest of the top 10 list in both categories as follows:

Best Rewards Credit Cards
#1Chase Sapphire Reserve
#3 Chase Freedom
#5 Chase Freedom Unlimited
#6 Chase Sapphire Preferred

Best Co-Branded Credit Cards
#1 Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority Card
#4 United MileagePlus Explorer Card
#6 Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus Card
#8 Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Card
#9 United MileagePlus Club Card

The United and Southwest cards had their roots in Delaware, with First Chicago and First USA hammering out deals with the two airlines. Chase ended up with the airline cards, thanks to acqusitions that gave it a market leading position in the market niche.

The co-branded cards are profitable, thanks to their annual fees and the ability of consumers to rack up miles or points for future trips.

“Consumer feedback is invaluable and this feedback is especially exciting for all of us at Chase,” said Jennifer Piepszak, CEO, Chase Card Services. “We are focused on creating superior products that offer value our cardmembers want, and it’s awesome to see that validated by USA Today’s readers.”

Chase is the largest issuer of credit cards in the United States. To learn more visit:https://creditcards.chase.com/all-credit-cards.

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