Chase Sapphire Reserve
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The Chase Sapphire Reserve® is the winner over the American Express® Gold Card. While both are premium rewards cards geared toward travel and dining enthusiasts, Chase Sapphire Reserve comes with more diverse bonus categories and provides more value overall, despite being the more expensive option.
Chase Sapphire Reserve offers 1 - 10 points per $1 spent on purchases and a lucrative initial bonus of 60,000 bonus points for spending $4,000 in the first 3 months. It also provides a valuable annual travel credit and access to hundreds of airport lounges worldwide. The Amex Gold card comes with its share of high-value annual statement credits and is a good deal for big spenders, particularly at restaurants and U.S. supermarkets.
Amex Gold card vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve: Key Characteristics
Amex Gold card vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve: Rewards
Amex Gold card vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve: Fees / APRs
Amex Gold card vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve: Membership Fees
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18.24% - 25.24% (V)
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1 - 5 points / $1
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