Why You Should Travel with Chase

By Leni Parrish on September 15, 2007

There are a million and one things to worry about when you travel abroad. Whether you’re traveling on business or taking off on vacation, between delayed flights, bad weather, lost luggage, mixed-up hotel reservations and questionable water, we could all afford to have one less thing on our minds. And using a Chase Credit Card can take care of more than just one.

Chase offers a variety of credit card options to its clients to suit their varied lifestyles, so Chase’s Travel Card credit cards are tailored to meet the needs of every traveler. Chase knows that you have other things on your mind when you’re traveling, and designs its cards to do some of the work for you, so you have more time, for business or pleasure.

It’s hard to enjoy yourself or get any work done when you don’t know where your next meal is coming from, and if you don’t have a secure line of funding over the course of your trip, you just don’t know. There are many different methods of funding yourself during your travels, but none of them can offer you the security and peace of mind of Chase Credit Card.

Many people are suspicious of performing electronic transactions while abroad, and think that traveler’s checks are the safest way to pay your way through your trip. It’s true that traveler’s checks were once the preferred method of payment abroad, but things have changed a lot. People still use traveler’s checks these days because they are refundable if lost or stolen, without realizing that you can get the same security and protection from a Chase Credit Card. Many of Chase’s Travel Cards offer emergency cash and card replacement if your card is stolen while you are traveling, and won’t hold you responsible for fraudulent charges made on your card, wherever you are. Chase Credit Cards let you ditch the bulky traveler’s checks so you don’t have to locate a bank to cash and exchange them every time you want to make a purchase.

Some people think that it’s better to use a debit card while traveling, instead of a credit card, because it limits their budgets and keeps them from overspending on vacation. But using a debit card instead of a Chase Credit Card can leave travelers open to all kinds of nightmares. Debit cards, unlike Chase Travel Cards, don’t offer you emergency cash and card replacement, so if your debit card gets stolen, you’re dead in the water. It can take months to get your bank to refund any fraudulent purchases made on a stolen debit card, but you aren’t held accountable for any purchases made on a stolen Chase Credit Card. And using a Chase Travel Card gives you the flexibility you need while you’re traveling. Using your debit card can get you slapped with heavy overdraft fees and limit the funds you can use, even in an emergency, while Chase Credit Cards make the funds that you need available to you when you need them.

But the benefits don’t stop there. Depending upon which Chase Travel Card you chose to carry with you, your Chase Credit Card can protect you from everything from identity theft to luggage loss. Different Chase Travel Cards come with an incredible array of options and benefits to help protect you from bad luck and the fits of chance while you’re away from home. Your Chase Travel card can give you traveling insurance so you know that you’re covered, financially and physically. And Chase Travel cards can provide you with travel and emergency assistance, so that if everything else fails, you still know that Chase is there for you.

Not only can a Chase Credit Card do all of this to make sure you have the easiest and most carefree travel experience possible, but it will help you get where you want to go the next time you travel. Using your Chase Travel Card can earn you miles for every purchase you make and every mile you go with the airline company of your choice. It can even get you discounted rates on the flights you want to take. With all of these benefits, there’s no reason to go anywhere without your Chase Credit Card.

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