Chase Stops Offering Joint Credit Cards

(CNN) — Chase won’t offer joint credit cards anymore because it’s trying to simplify its offerings.

Instead, you’ll need to add your spouse or anyone else as an authorized user to your account. Existing joint-account customers won’t be affected.

Chase isn’t the first issuer to get rid of the joint credit card option. HSBC scrapped it in 2010, and Capital One stopped offering the option about 10 years ago.

TD Bank and American Express have never allowed joint account holders, while Bank of America, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank and Discover still provide customers with this option.

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