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Chase is offering 50,000 Bonus Points ($625 towards travel) w/ $4000 Spent in First 3 Months of Account Opening for their Sapphire Preferred Credit Card with $0 Intro Annual Fee for the first year, then $95. Thanks brisar

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Chase Sapphire Preferred

Get 50,000 Bonus Points after $4,000 Spend
(normally 40,000 points)

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  • Earn 50,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $625 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred named "Best Credit Card for Flexible Travel Redemption" - Kiplinger's Personal Finance, June 2018
  • 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, 50,000 points are worth $625 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
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$95 annual fee per year?! That makes this worst than Amex, nothx. May consider doing it the first year then cancelling, but I doubt I will spend more than $4k in 3 months, unless I am retarded? :/ I may be retarded.
It is waived first year
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I love my CSP card.. works great with my Chase Freedom (w/ 5% categories) ... Just got this a few months ago with the 40k offer. You don't realize how many points you can get until you see your monthly statement. Best part about the CSP is you get 2X points on travel, which includes gas or anything bought at gas stations, and 2x points at all restaurants, including fast food.

To add to that, whenever you book flights on Chase's website, you get 20% off the price if you pay in points. It'll say something like, "You have 8000 points, which can be used for $100 worth of travel." An example is if I fly to Japan, I search the chase website and find China airline tickets for $532 (really cheap and it searches several airlines to give you the best price) .. it will say "$523 or 42,560 points" Not a bad deal if you travel a lot and can easily make up for the $95 AF.

And, in addition to transferring points to airline programs, you can transfer UR points between your Freedom and CSP through the website, both ways. You can get paid out in cash, statement credit, or use your points directly on Amazon to buy stuff.
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Can someone suggest a good credit card -- I want to use it for my daily purchases..Mostly Amazon/Gas/shopping.

I have American express blue cash card/Discover card & Marriott chase visa card.

Thanks in advance .. My FICO score = 753
I suggest a freedom so you can alternate your category spending with your discover. your blue is pretty good for gas and shopping though. but make sure to utilize your 5% on gas from discover and freedom if you decide you want to get it.
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Sure, but why would you want to? Sapphire Preferred is my favorite card.

If you travel or eat at restaurants with any regularity at all, the card pays for itself.

Especially when you combine it with the Chase Freedom, which you already have. When you have both cards, all the points you earn on Freedom get MUCH more valuable, since they can be transferred through the Sapphire Preferred to travel partners instead of just cashed out.
Thank you for the reply; reps added. I don't travel enough to make the annual fee a worthwhile expenditure, I'm just swayed by the substantial signup bonus.
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It is waived first year
Yeah but think about it, do you really want to cancel your credit card after the first year? I've kept most of mine for their lifetime. 5 years+ on Chase Freedom, 3 years on Discover IT, incoming Citi DoubleCash Gold. Plus all these cards I listed have great rewards, unlike this Sapphire. If you have any other reasons to get this card besides the pretty normal signup bonus let me know.
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Can I transfer my chase freedom points to this card?
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Yeah but think about it, do you really want to cancel your credit card after the first year? I've kept most of mine for their lifetime. 5 years+ on Chase Freedom, 3 years on Discover IT, incoming Citi DoubleCash Gold. Plus all these cards I listed have great rewards, unlike this Sapphire. If you have any other reasons to get this card besides the pretty normal signup bonus let me know.
Read my thread above.. I have the Freedom/CSP and I get:

5% bonus on freedom
10 points for every swipe
10% additional points for each purchase (i think this and the 10 points have gone away for most though)

CSP 2X travel & restaurant, and 20% off plane tickets, hotels and car rentals and the travel search interface.

Depends on if you travel I guess. If you have another card that already does 2x restaurant and travel or you won't beat the $95/af then it wouldn't really work for you.

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Can I transfer my chase freedom points to this card?
yes through the UltimateRewards website.
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Does anyone know if this is this a Visa or Mastercard?
It's a VISA Signature card
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Do they still have the "5 credit card openings for the past 2 year limit"?
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Is it worth it if you don't travel much?
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can i transfer my chase freedom points to this card?
yes!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks for applying.

We need to review your application a little longer.

Meh, probably overstretched my limit.
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how does the 24 month, work is it from last month closed or first month opened or the month recieved the bonus?
My previous card (similar terms and type) was closed in June 2013. I re-applied today and was immediately approved. Good luck!
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Applied and approved. Thanks OP!
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This is a GREAT card. I consistently make ~$300-$500 / yr with this card. You don't have to be a frequent traveler but I do make a couple of rounds to different places a yr.
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