The Chase Refer-a-Friend program is a way for Chase cardholders to get bonus rewards points when a friend gets approved for an eligible Chase credit card. To refer friends and get your Chase referral bonus:
- Go to the Chase Refer-a-Friend page.
- Fill out your last name, zip code, and the last 4 digits of your Chase credit card number.
- Click “Continue.”
The next page will tell you which credit cards you can get referral bonuses for, and you’ll get a link to give to friends. Once they apply and get approved for a credit card, you will receive your referral bonus.
What Determines Your Chase Credit Card Refer-A-Friend Bonus
The Chase cards you have will determine which cards you can earn a referral bonus on. The amount and currency of the bonus you earn will depend on which of those credit cards your friend signs up for.
For example, when a friend uses your referral link to sign up for Chase Freedom Unlimited®, you receive $100 cash back when their application is approved, up to $500 per year. The same scenario with any of the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card will net you 15,000 bonus points, up to 75,000 points per year total. You can earn up to 5 referral bonuses per year, regardless of the card.
It’s worth noting that certain Chase co-branded cards give referral bonuses, too. But co-branded Chase cards will give the bonus in the card’s rewards currency, rather than Chase Ultimate Rewards points. For example, Southwest Rapid Rewards referral bonuses are Southwest points, and the Marriott Bonvoy credit cards’ bonuses are Marriott points.
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