6 Expert Tips → How to Increase Credit Limit (Chase)

By: Ashley Dull • 1/11/2018

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Here are a few simple ways to request an increase on your Chase credit card(s):

Call or Login Online  |  Choose a New Card  |  6 Tips from Experts

1. Call or Do it Online

1. To reach a Chase credit analyst over the phone, call 888-245-0625.

2. To request and increase via your online Chase account, click here.

Obtain an answer instantly on Chase’s online portal.

Just sign in with your user ID and password, or create an online account if you haven’t done that yet. To create a new account, you’ll need your social security number, credit card number, and a phone number or email address.

2. Choose a New Chase Credit Card

One way to obtain an increase is to request a new Chase card with a higher limit than your existing card. You may even be able to reallocate a portion of the new credit amount to the card you originally wanted increased as well. Here are some of the best Chase high-limit cards currently available:

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3. Read the “6 Expert tips” for Increasing Limits

If you decide to contact Chase by phone about increasing your limit, we highly recommend you learn the ins-and-outs of credit limit increases before doing so. Here is a collection of tips from a credit card expert:

You’ll learn whether or not you’re prepared to request an increase, what to say and what not to say, the information you’ll need to provide, and more.

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Ashley Dull

Ashley is the Finance Vertical Manager at Digital Brands, Inc., where she oversees content published on CardRates.com and BadCredit.org. Ashley works closely with experts and industry leaders in every sector of finance to develop authoritative guides, news, and advice articles with regards to audience interest. Connect with Ashley on Twitter and LinkedIn.