Credit Card Rules: Which Chase Cards Aren’t 5/24?

A few weeks ago we talked about what it means when you hear people talking about the “Chase 5/24 Rule”.

In short, the rule prohibits anyone from opening a new rewards-earning Chase credit cards if they have had more than 5 new credit cards opened from any bank in the last 24 months–but just like all rules, this one has some exceptions!

While most Chase travel rewards credit card offerings fall under the 5/24 umbrella, there are a few Chase cards you can apply for that are not subject to this ruling.

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Fly Now with a Delta SkyMiles Loan

Any opinions, analyses, reviews, or recommendations expressed here are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved, or otherwise endorsed by our partners, including American Express and Chase. Have a big SkyTeam flight on the horizon, but short some points to make that booking via Delta? If you’ve got a credit card that’s […]

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Making the SouthWest Companion Pass Work for Two

Christian and Annabelle have been using their Southwest Companion Pass since May 2016, and calculate that they’ve already racked up almost $4,000 in free flights with much more travel to come. Learn how they earned their pass, how they’re maxing out its value and what tips they have for you to get yours.

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