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New card program will give members more travel benefits

October 10, 2012

A brand new credit card program is seeking to give users the chance to gain more rewards for using the merchant services-related payment option.

A brand new credit card program is seeking to give users the chance to gain more rewards for using the merchant services-related payment option.

The recently introduced AirTran A+ Rewards Credit Card introduced by Chase Card Services gives members the chance to retrieve anniversary bonuses and a higher rate of rewards. In addition, those using the cards will be able to get two upgrades to business class each year after their first purchase. 

“For the frequent traveler, the new AirTran A+ Rewards Credit Card provides multiple ways to earn credits toward flights to a multitude of destinations,” said Kian Conley, general manager of Chase. “Cardholders also have the added benefit of redeeming their rewards on either AirTran Airways or Southwest Airlines, enabling Cardholders to access the entire combined network, be it for business or pleasure.”

Chase has been attempting to increase profits in other ways as well, by changing the leadership of the firm. In August, Eileen Serra was named as the head of Chase Card Financial Services by its parent company JPMorgan Chase.

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