How to Combine Ultimate Reward Points

Alex

The ability to combine Ultimate Reward points is a huge selling point for the Chase Ultimate Rewards program. Chase allows you to combine points across all of your cards onto a single card and combine points with a member of your household. If you have a business card, you can combine those points with a member of your household and a co-business owner.

In order to combine points with a member of your household, you will need to call Chase first to link the two accounts. Once the accounts are linked, the remaining steps can all be done from your Ultimate Rewards portal.

Combining Ultimate Reward points among your own cards or with a member of your household is super easy and quick. Here is exactly how you do it.


Step 1:

Log in to the Ultimate Rewards homepage. After logging in you will see this welcome screen. Click on the “redeem” section.

 

Screenshot Chase Ultimate Rewards


Step 2:

Under reward details hit the “combine points” section:

Step 3:

From here you pick the accounts you want to combine. You have to transfer at least 100 points at a time.

Step 4:

Fill everything out using the information of the card you want to transfer points to. Check the box and then press continue. If I was signed into my husband’s account, his cards could have their balances transferred to mine.

 



Step 5:

I then see a screen to confirm that it all looks okay and that I want to proceed.

 

 

Bottom Line

The ability to combine points between your own cards or with your player 2 makes it easier to make redemptions. These simple steps make it a breeze!

 

Related Posts

Ultimate Guide to Combining Points & Miles

How to Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Airline & Hotel Partners

 

 

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  1. Rachel says:

    I have a question. I have both a Sapphire Reserve cc and a very old (circa 2010) Freedom card. I was planning to close my Sapphire card and want to transfer my points to my Freedom card. It looks like the Chase website will let me transfer my point to the Freedom card, but I have read some conflicting things online (i.e. I can’t transfer my sapphire ultimate rewards to my freedom card).

    Do you have any feedback for me?

    • Pam says:

      You can transfer your points to the Freedom but will lose the ability to transfer those points to transfer partners or to use in the portal. I would downgrade it to the Sapphire Preferred instead and then close it when it has been 48 months since you got the bonus and reapply for the Preferred to get the welcome offer again.

  2. Janelle Soco says:

    How long do you have to have a closed chase preferred account before you can open it again and receive the welcome offer?

  3. Napua Rosehill says:

    How to do link a business to a personal account? I tried to combine points but I have no account to combine to.

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