Chase and Lyft forged a new partnership offering outsized rewards to cardholders of the Chase line of Ultimate Rewards-earning credit cards. This benefit is available on All Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Business Ink cards.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve earns 10X Ultimate Rewards for Lyft rides, while all of the other cards listed below earn 5X Ultimate Rewards (or cash back, as applicable). If you ride Lyft often, this can really add up!
The Chase Sapphire Reserve also includes one year of Lyft Pink (15% off all rides) complimentary as a card benefit.
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Earn 60,000 bonus points with a Chase Sapphire Preferred
One of the best cards if you’re new to miles and points.
Chase Ink Preferred
Here’s how we calculated your Rewards Value:
Point Value X Multiplier = Rewards Value
Here’s how we calculated your Bonus Value:
Point Value X Bonus = Bonus Value
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Dave’s spent the last 15 years traveling the world in first class using his miles and points. After analyzing the unique credit card spending habits of thousands of MilesTalk readers over the years, he developed YourBestCreditCards.com.