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You can redeem your Chase Sapphire Preferred points either online or through the Chase mobile app. When it comes to redemption methods, you have quite a few options to choose from.
Chase Sapphire Preferred Redemption Options
- Travel: Chase Sapphire Preferred rewards points are best used for travel booked through Chase Ultimate Rewards. Just select " Travel" once you're signed in.
- Cash back: You can redeem your points to either get a statement credit or a direct deposit to a U.S. checking or savings account. To do so, log in to the Ultimate Rewards portal and choose "Cash Back".
- Gift cards: You can convert Chase Sapphire Preferred rewards into gift cards. Plus, there are more than 175 brands to choose from. In order to use your points for gift cards, log in to the Ultimate Rewards portal and choose "Gift Cards".
- Pay with Points: You can use your Chase Sapphire Preferred rewards points when checking out on Amazon.com or with PayPal. Follow the instructions for both Amazon and PayPal to get started.
- Apple purchases: You can use your points to pay for all or part of your Apple purchases through the Ultimate Rewards store.
- Experiences: You can trade your points to attend exclusive experiences, such as virtual events, box seats, backstage passes, and more. Simply log in to the Ultimate Rewards portal and choose "Experiences".
- Transfer points to Chase's travel partners: You can transfer Chase Sapphire Preferred rewards points to partnered airline and hotel loyalty programs at full 1:1 value. Just confirm that you have a loyalty account, then select "Transfer to Travel Partners" in the Ultimate Rewards portal.
- Previous purchases: You can redeem your points for a statement credit on one or more of your eligible purchases. To do so, log in to the Ultimate Rewards portal and choose "Pay Yourself Back".
- Dining: You can redeem your points for takeout, reservations, or exclusive culinary experiences. To do so, log in to the Ultimate Rewards portal and choose "Chase Dining".
As you can see, there are plenty of ways to redeem your Chase Sapphire Preferred points. So, it’s a good idea to explore all your options before redeeming, to see which best suits your needs.
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