You can activate your Chase Sapphire Preferred card either online or over the phone at (888) 489-7249. Keep in mind that Chase will require your Social Security number (or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number) to activate the card.
How to Activate Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card
Online: Go to the Chase card activation page and enter your login information. If you don’t have a user ID and password yet, click on “Sign up now” to set up your account. Once you’re logged in, you’ll see an option to activate a new card.
Over the phone: To activate your Chase Sapphire Preferred over the phone, call customer service at (888) 489-7249. Then, enter the card number and follow the automated prompts to activate your card.
It’s important to note that you cannot use your Chase Sapphire Preferred without activating it first. But once you activate your Chase Sapphire Preferred, you’ll be able to use it immediately. If you get any other Chase credit cards in the future, you can activate them using the same process, too.
You can activate a Chase credit card either online or over the phone, through customer support, at (800) 432-3117. To activate your Chase card online, go to Chase’s page for verifying receipt of your card and either log into your account or create login credentials. Once you’re signed in, you’ll be able to verify your new card, set account preferences, and more.
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No, Chase does not usually give instant issue cards. The only exceptions are some co-branded credit cards; you can instantly use them for a purchase made with the retailer. However, you can still use your new credit card online or in store right after approval with the “Spend Instantly” feature. This option allows you to add your virtual card to a digital wallet right away. Some co-branded credit cards are not eligible.
Online: Go to the Chase card verification page and enter your login information. If you don’t have a user ID and password yet, click on “Sign up now” to set up your account. Once you’re logged in, you’ll see an option to activate a new...
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