Looking to apply for a new Chase credit card, but not sure if you might be subject to their 5/24 rule? In this video, we review a free and simple way to check your status using Credit Karma, a great tool to monitor your credit score. In addition, we provide some additional considerations when dealing with Chase’s 5/24 rule. If you’re planning to apply for a Chase credit card, check out our video first to save yourself from an unnecessary credit pull and/or denial.

And in case you’re wondering “what is the 5/24 rule?”, it’s an unofficial rule at Chase. Basically, they are unlikely to approve a credit application if you’ve applied for 5 or more credit cards within the last 24 months from any bank.

HELPFUL LINKS:
– WEBSITE: Credit Karma
– ARTICLE: “Do ALL Credit Inquiries Count Toward Chase’s 5/24 Limit?” (Million Mile Secrets)
– ARTICLE: “How to Count Your 5/24 Status from Your Smart Phone” (Frequent Miler)

FEATURED CREDIT CARDS (AFFILIATE LINKS):
Chase Sapphire Reserve
Chase Freedom
Chase Freedom Unlimited
Chase Ink Business Preferred

Sign-up for our newsletter!

Get notified of travel updates, articles & contests

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Become an Astute Traveler!

Get travel tips, tricks and free resources. Straight to your inbox every week!

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.