No. You cannot apply for Chase Sapphire Reserve by phone. To apply for a Sapphire Reserve card, either go online or submit a paper application in person at a local Chase Bank branch. Online applications will process faster and will usually provide an instant decision. An application requires your name, address, birthdate, phone number and Social Security number (SSN) or Individual Tax ID number (ITIN). It will also ask for your gross annual income and the primary source of that income.
If you do not receive an immediate decision, you can check the status of your Chase Sapphire Reserve application by phone. Call customer service at 1 (800) 432-2117 and enter your SSN when prompted. You can also check the status of your application online. Log in to the online account you created when you applied and select “Application status” from the main menu at the top of your screen.
If your Sapphire Reserve application is rejected, you can contact Chase by phone and request a reconsideration. You should consider this option if your financial situation has changed or if you think there was an error that led to your application being denied. The reconsideration phone number is 1 (888) 270-2127.
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, phone number, e-mail address, type of residence, type of employment, and gross annual income.
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Once you’ve completed the application form, you can submit it by clicking the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.
Once you’ve submitted your Chase Sapphire Reserve application, you should get an answer instantly. However, it can sometimes take up to 30 business days for Chase to reach a decision. If you’re approved, you’ll have your new card in the mail within 7-10 business days.
Ultimately, if your application is rejected, Chase will tell you why in the letter they send you. If your application has been denied but you think you qualify for the card, you can ask Chase to reconsider your application by calling (888) 270-2127.
You can use the TSA PreCheck benefit on Chase Sapphire Reserve while completing your TSA PreCheck application. The benefit provides an $85 statement credit to cardholders who charge the program’s application fee to the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
TSA PreCheck is a program that helps expedite people’s way through security at airports. To get the benefit with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, a cardholder only needs to apply using the card; it doesn’t matter whether they are approved or denied for the program.… read full answer
Things to Know about the Chase Sapphire Reserve TSA Precheck Benefit
Cardholders can get one Chase Sapphire Reserve TSA PreCheck statement credit every four years. That’s convenient because the program requires you to regularly re-apply for membership (every five years or less, depending on the enrollment provider) and charges a new application fee each time.
If you don’t plan to apply for TSA PreCheck yourself but know someone who will, you can use the card to pay for their application and you’ll still get the credit. Also, please note the benefit covers one TSA PreCheck fee per Chase Sapphire Reserve account. Authorized users don’t get their own $85 credit.
Keep in mind that instead of receiving $85 statement credit for the TSA PreCheck application, you also have the option to get $100 in statement credit for a Global Entry application. TSA PreCheck expedites your way through domestic security, while Global Entry does the same for international customs.
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