Not only did the Chase Sapphire Preferred card get a brand new offer but its big brother in the travel avenue also got an increase – the Chase Sapphire Reserve offer now has 60,000 points!
New Chase Sapphire Reserve Offer of 60,000 Points
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The Chase Sapphire Reserve has a whopping $550 annual fee, that is not waived, but there are many ways to get a ton of value out of this card. For starters, it now has 60,000 points which can be converted to $900 if you pay yourself back for groceries/dining/home improvement, or you can get $900 worth of travel from the points or transfer to a travel partner!
But, it also has a $300 annual travel credit which is so simple to use. For this year only, it also applies to gas station and grocery store purchases which means you will likely get the money back before you even realize it. That is an easy $300 deduction from the $550 annual fee since you are getting reimbursed for purchases you are already making.
Then it comes with a great Priority Pass membership which gives you and two guests access to lounges all over the world. It also gives you Global Entry or TSA Precheck statement credit which is a nice way to realize another up to $100 in value out of this card.
We have had this card since its introduction and it is a stellar premium travel card – at $450 (the old annual fee). For $550, it may be more of a question mark for people in the second year and on. But, this is all about the sign-up bonus today!
Chase Sapphire Reserve Details
- Receive 60,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months
- Earn 3X points on dining and travel worldwide
- Receive a $300 travel credit each year
- Receive 50% more in redemption value towards travel and Pay Yourself Back
- Receive a Priority Pass lounge membership
- TSA Precheck or Global Entry reimbursement
- Annual fee is $550 and not waived (authorized users are $75)
With travel starting to pick up again, people may be looking for a good premium travel card. The Chase Sapphire Reserve is that and now with the 60,000 point bonus, it makes an even better argument for a card to get – at least for the first year.
But, you can only get the Chase Sapphire Preferred or the Chase Sapphire Reserve – if you want the points, go for the Chase Sapphire Preferred. If you want the perks, go for the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Or, get the Preferred now and upgrade to the Reserve next year!