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  1. #1
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    Can I Transfer My Chase Rewards Points?

    I want to help a friend out and transfer some of my Chase rewards points to him. If he combines those points with those in his account, he can afford a ticket home for Christmas.



    I can't figure out how to do this on Chase's site.

    Does anyone know how to go about this? or do I just need to call customer service?

    Thanks!

  2. Can I Transfer My Chase Rewards Points?
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    What's required are 2 people with their own separate Chase Ultimate Rewards accounts (Chase Freedom, Chase Sapphire, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Ink Bold, Chase Ink Plus, Chase Ink Classic, Chase Corporate Flex, J.P. Morgan Palladium, and J.P. Morgan Select).

    1. Log in to the account which has the Chase Ultimate Rewards Points that you want to transfer to another.

    2. Go to the Rewards Activity tab on the far right side of the screen

    3. Choose the credit card you want to transfer points from and select "Other" in the Transfer To section. Then enter the Chase credit card account number where you want to transfer the points to.

    There you're done.

  4. #3
    Unfortunately, back in November, Chase made some changes to their Ultimate Rewards program that limit individuals you can transfer your points to.

    This came about because some people were abusing the system (by creating a secondary marketing in Ultimate Rewards Points).

    Per the Chase website:

    Chase’s credit cards that are eligible for point transfer include, Chase Sapphire Preferred®, Ink Bold®, Ink Plus®, Chase Corporate Flex CardSM, J.P. Morgan Palladium Card and J.P. Morgan Select Card.

    Just as they do today, customers will continue to transfer points to their own participating frequent travel programs. A new dropdown box will help customers transfer points to registered recipients.

    For consumer card accounts, this means:

    Customers’ own participating frequent travel programs or one additional household member who is listed as an authorized user on the card account

    For business card accounts, this means:

    Customers’ own participating frequent travel programs or an owner of the company who is listed as an authorized user on the card account

  5. #4
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    I never thanked Kevin for his information. Unfortunately, he is correct. It looks like Chase closed this convenience because people were selling points ... probably for less than Chase was charging.

    Oh well.

    And, unfortunately, my buddy was unable to get home for Christmas.

  6. #5
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    I remember when selling your points was a hot topic. No wonder we don't see it raised often around here anymore.

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