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The Chase concierge is a free benefit that gives on-demand personal assistance to eligible cardholders. Four Chase credit cards have this concierge benefit, which eligible cardholders can access by calling the number on the back of their card. Contacting the concierge is free, but the cardholder is responsible for any purchases they authorize the concierge to make.
Chase credit cards with the concierge benefit include: Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card.
Things the Chase Concierge Can Help With:
- Booking travel
- Purchasing tickets to events
- Making restaurant reservations
- Recommending and purchasing gifts
- Arranging transportation
- Trying to locate lost baggage
While the concierge may not be able to help with every request, they will do their best to assist with anything.
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