We recognize this is still a difficult time for many people, and as a thank you for being a Reserve cardmember, we will be issuing you a $100 statement credit toward the $550 annual fee on your 2021 Reserve credit card.
The Pay Yourself Back tool has been extended, $300 annual travel credit can be used for grocery and gas purchases through the end of the year, and you can earn up to 10X on Peloton purchases.
Earn 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $4,000 with your new card within the first three months of account opening. Annual Fee: $550 (not waived).
Chase is offering a new earning opportunity for Chase Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve cardholders through the new Chase Dining option.
Some cardholders who have called in to downgrade to the Chase Sapphire Preferred, have been offered a $150 retention bonus for keeping their Chase Sapphire Reserve card for another year. This is a card that has a $450 annual fee, so $150 would lower the fee to $300.
Starting now, Sapphire Reserve cardmembers can connect with the Peloton community and earn up to $120 and Sapphire Preferred cardmembers up to $60 in statement credits for eligible Digital and All-Access Peloton Memberships, through December 31, 2021.
There are reports of a best ever offer that will get you double the public bonus and the annual fee is also waived. This is a targeted offer, so only a select few will probably be eligible, but we can take a look at the possibilities that are out there.
Chase has announced today new benefits for Sapphire cardholders, with opportunities to earn more points while staying at home. The new benefit will earn you extra points on grocery store purchases with the Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Sapphire Preferred card.
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If you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card, and maybe Chase Sapphire Reserve as well, check your emails for an offer that can earn you 4,500 Ultimate Rewards points for paying your bills.
Purchases in the last couple of days are no longer earning 5X, but only the regular 3X Points for dining at restaurants worldwide. The last purchases that qualified for 5X earning were on 7/4 I believe.
The new benefits might be even better than advertised. Some data points show that restaurant purchases and other food delivery apps (at least DoorDash) orders besides Instacart are also earning 5X Ultimate Rewards points.
From July 1 to Sept. 30, both Chase Sapphire cards will earn 3x to 10x bonus points for every dollar spent on purchases at gas stations, on select streaming services and Instacart orders. Cardholders also get up to $50 in statement credits toward an Instacart Express membership.
One question that we all had was whether redeeming points for these purchases would cancel out the points earned for the purchase. This is important since Chase has increased earning on groceries, from May 1 through June 30, 2020, for Chase Sapphire Reserve and Sapphire Preferred cardholders. You earn 5x and 3x respectively.
Now this option is live today on May 31, and you can start redeeming your points with the added value. See how the process works.
$300 annual credit will be automatically applied to purchases at grocery stores and gas stations from June 1 through the end of the year. Also point are worth 1.5 cents towards a statement credit used to offset purchases at grocery stores, home improvement stores and dining establishments.
Launching first for Sapphire Reserve and Preferred cardmembers on May 31st, points will be worth 50% or 25% more, respectively, when redeemed for every day purchases in the initial categories of: grocery stores, home improvement stores and dining, including restaurants, takeout and eligible delivery services.