๐Ÿ‚ Let's earn some bonus points together with the Chase Sapphire Reserve (and others!) ๐Ÿ‚


Chase released their Sapphire Reserve card a year ago to much fanfare and popularity. Now that the card is a year old, they're allowing existing cardmembers to refer their friends and both parties get a bonus.


Chase Sapphire Reserve


If you're getting one, please consider using my referral link. You'll get 50,000 bonus points, and I'll get some points for referring you!

I've had the card for a year and I've found the 3x bonus points for travel and dining to be its #1 feature (the travel bonus alone netted me 15,000+ more points in the first year versus spending on my Amex!). A few other things I personally found useful:

  • The high annual fee is easily offset by the $300 travel credit, which is insanely easy to use (even taxis and NYC subway fares count as travel!)
  • Just this month I renewed my Global Entry and the Reserve's rebate program saved me the $100 fee
  • Given those two things, I think of the annual fee as being $130
  • The complimentary Priority Pass membership has come in handy on several occasions, and is even more useful with their new airport restaurant credit program
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • A different set of transfer partners than American Express (e.g., United) 
  • Their transfer partner Korean Air recently added online booking for Skyteam partner rewards, so booking a Delta flight with Chase Ultimate Rewards points is a lot easier now

Interested in different card?

Here's my referral links for several other popular credit cards and services! If you sign up through these links we both get a bonus (Click the links to see the bonus offer)




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