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There are basically four credit cards offered by Chase Financial Services. These are the Ink, Sapphire, Slate, and Freedom. Within these four categories are several sub-categories.
The Chase Ink credit cards are designed for business use. They offer benefits and incentives to business owners, such as increased reward points, travel perks, and other things.
The Sapphire credit cards offer travel rewards. The points earned on these cards can be redeemed for airline tickets, hotel stays, and other travel-related purchases. They can be used as personal and business credit cards.
The Slate credit cards let you save on interest and annual fees. There is 0% APR for the first 12 months, and no annual membership fee, ever.
The Freedom credit cards let you earn 5% cash back on eligible purchases. In other words, you are basically being paid to use these cards.
The sub-categories of each card (such as Ink Plus, Sapphire Premium, and others) each have their own benefits and incentives. These include such things as instant rewards points being awarded immediately after the first purchase (a certain dollar amount may be required to earn the points) as well as well as discount offers. Interest rates and APRs may be different in the sub-categories, also.