JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM ) announced a new "First Friday" program for its Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholders. It gives diners three points for every dollar spent while dining on the first Friday of the month.
The bank is aiming to boost interaction through Facebook (NASDAQ: FB ) and OpenTable (UNKNOWN: OPEN.DL ) and allow consumers to vote on favorite restaurants. Overall, the ultimate goal is make the customer base stickier.
While consumers loves more rewards, a stronger credit card business at JPMorgan would give investors something to love if it pushes margins higher.
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