Bogdan Roberts, Credit Cards Moderator
The Chase Sapphire Reserve extended warranty benefit adds an extra year of coverage to U.S. manufacturer’s warranties of 3 years or less on items purchased with this card. This benefit protects most Chase Sapphire Reserve purchases against damage or malfunction, up to $10,000 per claim and $50,000 per account.
Here’s how the Chase Sapphire Reserve extended warranty works:
- Overview: The policy will extend the original manufacturer’s warranty by up to 1 year for warranties of 3 years or less. The items must be purchased either with the Chase Sapphire Reserve or with rewards earned with the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
- How much is covered: The warranty provides repairs or replacements of eligible items for no more than the original purchase price recorded on the credit card receipt (excluding shipping and handling fees), up to $10,000 per claim and $50,000 per account.
- Who is covered: The extended warranty covers the cardholder and recipients of gifts purchased by the cardholder with the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
- What is covered: Eligible items include purchases made with your Chase Sapphire Reserve that come with a manufacturer’s warranty.
- What is not covered: Excluded items include motorized vehicles, used items, computer software and items purchased for resale, among others. Be sure to look at your benefits guide for the full list.
- How to claim: You can file a Chase Sapphire Reserve extended warranty claim by notifying your Benefit Administrator at (800) 874-7702 within 90 days of the incident. After reporting the product’s failure, the Benefit Administrator will send you a claim form in the mail.
You must submit the completed claim form and documentation within 120 days of the item’s failure. Alternatively, you can file a claim directly through the Card Benefit Services website within the same 120-day window.
Once the Chase Sapphire Reserve extended warranty claim is verified, the item will be repaired or replaced at the Benefit Administrator’s discretion. You may also go to an authorized repair facility and file a claim for reimbursement of repair costs for eligible items.
Chase Sapphire Reserve®
Michael Castillo, Member
It extends the time period of the U.S. manufacturer's warranty by one year, applicable to warranties of 3 years or less. Just keep in mind the item needs to be charged on the card.
Thomas Poole, Member
Basically, it will give you the option to increase the warranty of some items, provided they are covered.
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