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.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve concierge is a service that can help you book travel arrangements, make restaurant reservations and get tickets to shows, concerts and games, among other things. There’s no fee, but you will be charged the regular price for anything you buy.
To use the Chase Sapphire Reserve concierge, call (877) 660-0905and press 3, then enter your card number to speak to a representative. By the way, this is a Visa Infinite benefit. So, don’t worry when the automated system says you’ve reached the Visa Infinite concierge.… read full answer
Chase Sapphire Reserve concierge tips:
There are tons of tasks you can ask the concierge for help with, like getting directions, picking out a gift and calling a cab.
Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders give mixed reports of their experiences with the service. For example, @Steven602 describes a concierge being extremely helpful by finding him a place to pick blueberries while on vacation. @Kayakj said he had trouble getting a simple travel booking.
People seem to have the best luck with the concierge service when they call for help making restaurant reservations at least 24 hours in advance.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve concierge may not be able to assist with every request. But there’s no harm in asking. And with a little luck, you’ll have your request fulfilled in no time.
All Chase debit and credit cardholders get deals on Chase concert tickets. Deals include Chase Preferred Seating and Chase Select Experiences. Chase Preferred Seating is offered via Ticketmaster. You can check ticket availability by selecting “Chase Cardmember Preferred Seating” in the dropdown menu under Ticket Type. Chase Select Experiences offers discounts on event concessions and merchandise. Plus, you get access to the Chase Lounge in L.A., Chicago, and N.Y.C.… read full answer
Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders receive access to higher tiers of Chase Experiences. Chase Preferred Experiences include perks like box seats at events and preferred pricing on VIP packages for music festivals and concerts. Chase Reserve Experiences are more exclusive with one-of-a-kind events like celebrity meet and greets. Keep reading for more details on these deals.
Here are the deals on Chase concert tickets:
Chase Preferred Seating: Using Ticketmaster, select “Chase Cardmember Preferred Seating” under Ticket Type to check ticket availability for the best seats in the house. Plus, any cardmember who buys a Chase Preferred Seat may receive an invite to the Chase Lounge for a pre-event reception at select locations.
Chase Select Experiences: All Chase debit and credit cardholders receive access to Chase Select Experiences. This gives you discounts on concession items and merchandise. Ticket presales are available for select events. Plus, cardmembers get their own private space at venues with the Chase Lounge.
Chase Preferred Experiences: The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Ink Business Preferred cards give you access to Chase Preferred Experiences. You will get preferred pricing on VIP packages for concerts, music festivals and other events – including sports, dining, film and fashion.Packages can include premium parking, lounge access and skybox views.
Chase Reserve Experiences: The Chase Sapphire Reserve and J.P. Morgan Reserve cards get you premier access to one-of-a-kind events through Chase Reserve Experiences. The latest meet and greet featured Panic! At The Disco during a concert at Madison Square Garden. All deals from Chase Experiences are available to Chase Reserve cardholders.
All Chase cards give access to Chase Preferred Seating and Chase Select Experiences. Chase Preferred and Reserve cards get even more opportunities for Chase concert ticket deals. Whether it’s concession discounts, VIP packages or a celebrity meet and greet, your Chase card will enhance your concert experience in some way.
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