Many of the best travel credit cards are issued by Chase, including cash back credit cards and co-branded airline and hotel cards. It’s important to know that Chase has tougher application rules than some other credit card issuers, which makes it harder to get Chase rewards credit cards if you open lots of new accounts with other banks.

That’s why we usually recommend that miles and points beginners start by applying for Chase cards first. Many of the best Chase cards earn incredibly valuable and flexible Ultimate Rewards points that can be redeemed for all types of travel.

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