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Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card 60K Points w/ $4K Spent in 1st 3-Mos (AF Not Waived)

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Chase [chase.com] is offering 60,000 Bonus Points ($750 towards travel) w/ $4000 Spent in First 3 Months of Account Opening for their Sapphire Preferred Credit Card with $95 Annual Fee. (Not waived)

More Info: https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ch...irst-year/
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Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®

2X points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.

No foreign transaction fees

1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs

Get 25% more value when you redeem for airfare, hotels, car rentals and cruises through Chase Ultimate Rewards. For example, 60,000 points are worth $750 toward travel.

No blackout dates or travel restrictions - as long as there's a seat on the flight, you can book it through Chase Ultimate Rewards

5/24 Rule is applicable
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5/24......
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Not only 5/24, but i read that also not eligible if you had, for example, the sapphire reserve in the last 24 months (or something like that)
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Not only 5/24, but i read that also not eligible if you had, for example, the sapphire reserve in the last 24 months (or something like that)
If you've received the bonus. This is nothing new
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If you've received the bonus. This is nothing new
5/24 isn't new either Wink
when I applied for the Reserve about 13 months ago, that rule wasn't there. so definitely newer than the 5/24 rule
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10000 points for $95? Meh
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annual fee for 50k was waived.

now that i think about it, i've never even seen a renewal fee after a year...dunno why..
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If you've received the bonus. This is nothing new
Oh so sapphire preferred is the same product as sapphire reserved? Good thing I didnt apply.
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10000 points for $95? Meh

I'll buy 10k points for $95 all day every day as often as you'll sell em.

Even as straight cash they're worth $100.... used for travel they're worth $125-150 on the [B]absolute lowest end{/B] and it's not that hard get $200 in economy fares of Hyatt hotels out of 10k... (potentially way more than that for business or first class bookings)


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Oh so sapphire preferred is the same product as sapphire reserved? Good thing I didnt apply.

For bonus purposes they are.

You can only get one sapphire bonus (across all sapphire cards) every 24 months.

You always will be denied for any new sapphire application if you hold any open sapphire card.
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I'll buy 10k points for $95 all day every day as often as you'll sell em.

Even as straight cash they're worth $100.... used for travel they're worth $125-150 on the [B]absolute lowest end{/B] and it's not that hard get $200 in economy fares of Hyatt hotels out of 10k... (potentially way more than that for business or first class bookings)





For bonus purposes they are.

You can only get one sapphire bonus (across all sapphire cards) every 24 months.

You always will be denied for any new sapphire application if you hold any open sapphire card.
This would be a better deal then: https://slickdeals.net/f/9205591-chase-ink-business-preferred-card-80k-points-w-5k-spent-in-1st-3-mos?src=sticky
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That's not a sapphire card- so there's no reason you can't get that one AND this one...(that one first- since it's a business card and won't eat a 5/24 slot).



Though honestly if you travel at all the CSR remains a better deal than this one, even with the 60k offer.


This one-

60k points and a $95 fee in the first year.

CSR is 50k points and a $450 fee. Plus $300 in travel credits. That you can use twice. Plus $100 GE credit. Plus 1x more points on all travel/restaurant spend. Plus Priority pass access with unlimited guests. Plus free roadside assistance. Plus better travel insurance. Plus .25 cents a point more value on points in the travel portal.


Best of all is to get both same day- but you'd need to be able to handle the spend of both in the same 3 month period.
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10000 points for $95? Meh
You apparently don't understand the concept of points with that comment.

I'd buy 10K chase points anyday for $95

I'll buy 1 Mil worth of points if you have for sale.
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Got this targeted offer through the main page of the Chase app. Scroll to the bottom and it says "check for pre-qualified offers." There's no fee for the first year.
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I just got my CSP less than 3 weeks ago.. No chance they can squeeze me in is there?
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