Or, consider other cards for 50,000 more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
$1,000 toward travel or transfer to United, Southwest, and more.
Reward nights start at 10,000 points. Free anniversary night (no points needed) good at any IHG hotel (Intercontinental, Crowne Plaza, more).
Curious about setting up your Chase cards with Apple Pay on your new iPhone 6?
You’re in luck with most of them.
But if you try to set up any Chase business card like the Chase Ink, or personal Chase MasterCards like the United Presidential Plus, you won’t be able to do it.
That’s because only Visa-branded personal Chase cards will work with Apple Pay.
The Chase Ink cards earn some great bonuses at Apple Pay retailers like office supply stores. And a lot of people use the Presidential Plus card for most of their spending because it earns Premier Qualifying Miles that count toward earning Premier status each year. So it’s disappointing to be locked out of Apple Pay.
A reader below notes that MasterCards from Chase will get support added in March, though the Amazon Visa didn’t have support at launch and had it added within 2 days after users complained, so support could come sooner.
But if you have just about any personal Chase card you can add it to Apple Pay, as long as it’s a Visa.
Cards that are eligible include:
We can also confirm the United MileagePlus Select Card also qualifies for Apple Pay, though it’s no longer open for new applicants.
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