Transferring Ultimate Reward Points Between Accounts
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Most likely due to the flurry of activity with the recent sign-up bonus changes for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, the Ink Bold Business, and the Chase Freedom card (No longer open to new applicants), I have recently received several questions about how to transfer Ultimate Reward points from one account to another. Since I actually just did this from my old Ink Bold business card to my Chase Sapphire Preferred account, I am happy to report back on how the process went. I moved my points just in case I needed to close my old Ink Bold card when I applied for the new Ink Bold card. As it turns out, I didn’t have to close that account, but moving the points just in case was a solid “just in case” move, and now has them consolidated with my other Ultimate Rewards points.
Account-to-Account Point/Cash Back Rewards Transfers: Cash Back Rewards is a form of rebates subject to these Program Redemption Rules. You may transfer points/rebates to any other eligible credit card or debit card with Ultimate Rewards. You may only transfer points to accounts earning in points and rebates to accounts earning in rebates. Transfers may only be used to combine points/rebates belonging to the same individual or business in the Program; or for the purpose of enabling spouses or domestic partners to combine points/rebates earned in their respective names. If the transferee’s or your credit card account(s) or checking account(s), as applicable, are in default at the time of the transfer, Chase will not make the transfer. Once points/rebates are transferred, they cannot be credited back.
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