Yes. You can use Chase Sapphire Reserve points on Expedia. Chase Sapphire Reserve points can be redeemed directly on Expedia.com or through Chase’s Expedia-powered Ultimate Rewards portal. To book travel with Sapphire Reserve points through the Chase-Expedia portal, sign into your account on the Ultimate Rewards website, then click “Travel” under the “Earn/Use” dropdown menu and select the type of travel to book. You can pay with points, your Sapphire Reserve card, or a combination of points and your card.
Since Chase partnered with Expedia in 2018, Sapphire Reserve cardholders have had more choices when booking travel through Ultimate Rewards. Any flight, hotel, cruise, car rental or other travel option a user can book with Expedia should also be available through Ultimate Rewards. The travel portal now offers upgraded search options for flights, hotels and vacation packages, too. And, there’s greater transparency when booking flights. You’ll be able to see the total cost of a trip at check-out, so you’ll know how many points you’ll need to redeem.
Chase Sapphire Reserve points are worth 1.5 cents apiece when redeemed for travel directly through Ultimate Rewards – that’s 50% more than they’re worth toward cash back or gift cards. It’s also more than their worth when used directly through Expedia.
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