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Chase launched a new promotion this month for anyone with a Chase Sapphire Preferred card. If you refer a friend (by starting through Chase’s website here), you may be eligible for 5,000 Ultimate Reward points if they apply for the Chase Sapphire Preferred and are approved! This is a tremendous offer and a great move on the part of Chase to get more card applicants. The value on these points is, at the lowest amount, $50. If you were to transfer them to United, Hyatt, or Southwest, you will have a better chance of receiving around $100 in value from this. Not bad for not even applying for a card yourself!
Earn 5,000 Ultimate Reward Points
Here is what to do:
1) Go to this Chase link and enter your LAST NAME, your ZIP CODE registered to your card, and the LAST FOUR DIGITS OF YOUR CARD
2) Enter the e-mail addresses of those you choose to refer for this offer. Also look at the bottom to confirm what you referral bonus is
3) Follow-up with your friends and family to remind them of how great a deal the Chase Sapphire Preferred is! They will receive 40,000 Ultimate Reward points after spending $3,000 in 3 months. You will receive 5,000 Ultimate Reward points after they have made their first purchase with the new card.
This is a great offer and gives you a chance to earn up to 50,000 Ultimate Reward points without applying for a credit card! This promo runs through January 31, 2014, so get moving to sign-up everyone you know! Also, in the fine print it says you are only eligible to receive 50,000 Ultimate Reward points per calendar year from promos. If you do really well with this, chances are good they will send you another offer. All the more reason to get those people signed up this year to make sure you are eligible for another 50,000 points next year. Have fun!
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