If a travel credit card is what you’re after, then Chase is an issuer you’ll want to take a closer look at.

There’s a multitude of airline and hotel cards to consider, on top of their own travel program.

For starters, they issue credit cards for 2 major U.S. airlines – United and Southwest. They offer 3 different cards for each, so there’s a great credit card for anyone who does any amount of traveling with these particular airlines.

Not to mention that almost all of their travel credit cards have no foreign transaction fees.

Favorite by program

Here’s our favorite card by airline or hotel program.

Southwest Airlines

For Southwest, we like the .

Why? If you fly with Southwest at least once per year, you’ll get a $75 annual Southwest credit, helping take a bite out of the $149 annual fee.

You’ll also earn 2 Rapid Rewards points for every $1 you spend on Southwest, plus 1 point per $1 everywhere else.

Plus, you’ll get a bonus of 7,500 points every card anniversary, and a reimbursement when you purchase 4 upgraded boardings per year.

There's also 2 more Southwest cards to consider:

United Airlines

If you fly with United, the is our choice.

For an annual fee of $95 (with the first year free), you’ll earn 2 miles for every $1 you spend at restaurants, hotels, and on United Airlines purchases.

On top of these earn rates, perks include 2 free passes to United Club lounges, free first checked bag, priority boarding, 25% in statement credits on in-flight purchases, as well as complimentary upgrades when traveling on an award ticket.

Hotel programs

If hotel loyalty programs are more your thing, then either the , , or should be considered.

For an annual fee of $89 to $95, all 3 cards offer automatic upgraded status for their respective loyalty programs, and a free night that’s awarded on your card’s anniversary. Those free nights pay for the annual fee themselves.

Plus with the ability to earn points on every $1 you spend, bonus points for hotel stays, and large welcome bonuses ‒ these cards can get you free nights at your favorite hotel quick.

Chase Sapphire

Prefer not to stick with a set program? Then Chase has you covered with their Sapphire line of credit cards.

Both the and allow you to redeem your points for any travel you want.

Plus, you still have the ability to transfer points 1:1 to many airline and hotel partners.

Amazon perks

Find yourself shopping at Amazon a lot? The or the are cards you need to consider.

Why? You’ll earn either 5% or 3% back in Amazon dollars when you make any purchases at Amazon.

Plus, you’ll also get 2% on all restaurant, gas, and drugstore purchases, and a cool 1% everywhere else. And for no annual fee, Chase and Amazon make it easy for you to carry this card.

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