You can easily submit a Chase Sapphire Preferred application online through the card’s application web page. Just click the green "Apply Now" button and you'll be redirected to the card's application form.
Here’s how to submit a Chase Sapphire Preferred application:
- Access the Chase Sapphire Preferred application web page on Chase’s website.
- Click the green "Apply Now" button.
- Once redirected to the online application form, you will have to enter your personal information. This includes your full name, date of birth, Social Security Number (SSN) and/or ITIN, mailing address, gross annual income, type of residence, phone number and e-mail address.
- Once you’ve completed the application form, you can submit it by clicking the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page
Alternatively, you could always get a paper application at your local Chase branch.
Chase sometimes sends pre-approval or pre-qualification offers to select consumers with good odds of approval. If you’ve received such an offer and are interested to apply, you can input your invitation number along with your ZIP code and last name on the dedicated Chase Sapphire Preferred invitation web page. You can also check to see if you pre-qualify for a Chase credit card by accessing their pre-qualification web page and entering your personal details. Neither pre-approval, nor pre-qualification guarantee approval, but they do indicate you have good odds. And applying for most credit cards triggers a hard inquiry which may temporarily hurt your credit score, so it’s good to know what your chances are before applying.
Once you’ve submitted your Chase Sapphire Preferred application, approvals and rejections can be instantaneous, but it can sometimes take up to 15 business days to reach a decision. Then, if approved, you’ll have your new card in the mail within two weeks, at the longest.
Chase Sapphire Preferred requires good credit or better, so make sure you know where you stand before applying. You can check your credit score for free, right here on WalletHub.
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