Yes, there are special Chase Sapphire Reserve events and experiences, including VIP tickets to sporting events, dinners with famous chefs and exclusive parties. Some are for Sapphire Reserve cardholders only. Others are open to people who have Sapphire Preferred or the original Sapphire card (not available to new applicants), too. Plus, there are more exclusive events and perks available to all Chase credit card users. You can get special deals on celebrity meet-and-greets, dining events, travel and more.
Here are thetop Chase Sapphire Reserve events:
The most exclusive Chase Sapphire Reserve eventsinclude VIP tickets to the Ryder Cup and PGA Championship golf tournaments, a performance by singer Leon Bridges, a private dining series with famous chefs, and VIP tickets for the New York Knicks and Rangers.
Chase’s Sapphire On Location page offers exclusive events to all Sapphire cardholders. One currently available event is the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Sapphire cardholders are eligible for things like Q&As with actors and filmmakers, cooking with chef Kristen Kish, cardmember lounges and parties, and more.
The Chase Inside Access program gives anyone with a Chase credit card exclusive access to events. Current offerings include wine tastings at the Kentucky Derby, a five-course dinner with chefs Anna and David Posey, and golf at Pebble Beach with instructor Laird Small.
Events aren’t free. Having Chase Sapphire Reserve just gives you the opportunity to pay for unique experiences.
Chase Sapphire Reserve is an exclusive credit card, so it’s fair to expect some exclusive perks from it. And while Chase does deliver, you’ll have to open your wallet if you want to enjoy Sapphire Reserve’s events and experiences.
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