There are several great Chase Sapphire promotions right now. The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve cards both offer large initial bonuses, along with even more ways to earn extra. And there’s a lot more to be excited about too, like extra point redemption value and airport lounge access.
Here are all the Chase Sapphire promotions right now:
50,000 initial bonus points. Both Chase Sapphire cards offer 50K points when you spend $4,000 in the first 3 months your account is open. That’s worth $600 in travel if you have Sapphire Preferred, $500 in travel with Sapphire Reserve, or a $750 statement credit with either. This promotion is available to anyone who hasn’t gotten a Sapphire sign-up bonus in the past 24 months.
Authorized user bonus. You’ll get 5,000 points when you add an authorized user to your card and they make a purchase. But all that has to happen within three months of opening your account.
Referral bonus. If someone applies for a Chase Sapphire card with your referral link and gets approved, you’ll get 10,000 bonus points. You can do this up to 5 times per year, for a total of 50,000 points.
Extra rewards on travel & dining. You’ll earn 2 points per dollar in these categories with Sapphire Preferred and 3 points per dollar with Sapphire Reserve.
Travel redemption bonus. Sapphire Preferred points are worth 25% more when redeemed for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards, compared to a statement credit. Sapphire Reserve points are worth 50% more.
First-year fee waiver. Sapphire Preferred’s $95 annual fee is waived the first year you have it. Unfortunately, that doesn’t apply to Sapphire Reserve’s $450 annual fee.
Annual travel credit. Sapphire Reserve gives you $300 in free travel every year.
Airport lounge access. Sapphire Reserve gives you access to over 900 lounges worldwide. That’s a $99 annual value
So in conclusion, with all of these Chase Sapphire promotions combined, you’re in pretty good shape. You’ll recoup the cost of many years’ annual fees from points alone. And the other promotions pile more value on top.
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