|The light blue one is the ThankYou card|
With the new card I will earn rewards for every $1 spent on purchases AND more...
Not to mention the new card looks a lot prettier...always a plus in my book! What I am most satisfied with is that there will be no annual fee.
And because I travel so much I am especially grateful for these new services:
Lost Luggage Coverage: Up to $3,000
Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption: Up to $1,500
Automatic Travel Accident Insurance
Auto Rental Insurance: Up to $50,000
Travel Assistance Services
I just have to remember to put all these purchases on the card. Luckily I have no debt and it’s forever ingrained in me that I MUST pay it off in full each month to avoid interest fees. I think I'll start treating it as a debit card, but I will have to keep better track of my transactions since they don't post as quickly as my Chase debit card.
Question to all my readers: Do you think I should change my Chase rewards debit card into a normal debit card now? I do have to pay a $25 annual fee on it but the rewards are basically the same as Citi's, no extra perks. If I start using the Citi CC to gain all the points, then my Chase debit card won't be used as often, so I don't know if paying the $25 fee will be worth it each year.