It can take as little as 60 seconds to get approved for Chase Sapphire Preferred. If you don’t get instantly approved, it usually takes 7-10 business days to receive a decision on your application. In some cases, however, it can take Chase up to 30 days to make a ruling.
Chase Sapphire Preferred Delivery Timeline
Once approved, applicants should receive their new Chase Sapphire Preferred card in the mail in about 5 to 7 days. To get 72-hour expedited shipping, call Chase customer service at (800) 945-2000. The service is free but only available upon request.
If you’re not immediately approved, you can check your Chase Sapphire Preferred application status over the phone at (800) 436-7927. You may not like what you learn when you check your application status. But those who get denied can still ask Chase to reconsider by calling (888) 270-2127.
You can get approved for a Chase credit card instantly. If not, you will most likely receive a decision within 7-10 business days. In some cases, however, it can take Chase up to 30 days to make a ruling.
After applying, you can check your status over the phone at (888) 609-7805. At the moment, there is no option to check the status of your application online. You may not like what you learn when you check...
Applicants for the Chase Sapphire Preferred card need a credit score of 700 or higher for good approval odds. This card requires at least good credit to qualify, and the higher your credit score is, the better your approval odds will be.
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