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Is it a keeper? My take on BOA’s new Premium Rewards Card

Bank of America’s new card was originally expected to be an ultra-premium card.  Rumors were that it would compete in the $450 / $550 space with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Amex Platinum, Citi Prestige, US Bank Altitude Reserve, etc. ...Show More Summary

I Converted my Chase Freedom to a Chase Sapphire Reserve

Good morning everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend.  A few days ago, Chase announced the Chase Freedom Q4 merchants (Walmart and department stores) and you can now activate those bonus categories for your Chase Freedom Credit Card. Show More Summary

In love with your Chase Sapphire Reserve? Now you can refer a friend!

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card made waves in 2016 with its huge sign up bonus. Now Chase has finally opened the door to allow product referrals!

New Chase Sapphire Reserve Commercial Misses the Point

I'm happy to see Chase investing in marketing the card, which suggests they believe cardmembers they acquire will become profitable, and perhaps they won't have to tweak the program much further in order to get the numbers to work. Their...Show More Summary

Chase Bank Sends People Around The World To Give James Corden Vacation Advice

“The Late Late Show” host gets an elaborate tutorial on the perks of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. As a famous late night comedian, James Corden can afford to go on vacation just about anywhere in the world. But according to this new Chase Bank campaign, The Late Late Show host is just so busy, he needs some advice on how to spend his precious time off. Read Full Story

Be The First To Reserve Your Brunch Spot At Tintorera This Sunday!

The Sapphire Sundays brunch series has hit some of the best restaurants in LA - from Rose Café to Cosa Buona and Son of A Gun, and now Chase Sapphire is wrapping up the series at Tintorera, a new seafood-centric modern Mexican restaurant in Silver Lake, on Sunday, September 17th. [ more › ]

How Chase Reversed My Point Transfer Due To Hurricane Irma

The favorite flexible points currency of many points enthusiasts are Ultimate Rewards from Chase. Having a Chase premium credit card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Ink Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve allows you to transfer points 1:1, most of the time instantly, into several lucrative airline and hotel point programs. Including some popular partners […]

20,000 Marriott points per referral up to 100K per year

Earlier today, Chase released a new refer-a-friend bonus on the Chase Sapphire Reserve where you can earn bonus points for referring friends (See: Chase Sapphire Reserve referral bonus 10K per referral, 50K per year). Now, there is a...Show More Summary

Chase Sapphire Reserve Referral bonus: 10K per referral up to 50K per year

Chase has released a refer-a-friend bonus for the Chase Sapphire Reserve: 10,000 Ultimate Rewards points for each friend who refer who is approved up to 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points per year. The Deal 10,000 bonus points for each friend...Show More Summary

You Can Now Earn Points For Chase Sapphire Reserve Referrals

The Chase Sapphire Reserve? Card was introduced just over a year ago, and quickly become one of the most popular cards in the market. The card has a $450 annual fee, though offers a $300 annual travel credit, triple points on dining and travel, and much more. Show More Summary

JPMorgan Chase and United are unveiling a new travel rewards credit card — with a twist (JPM)

JPMorgan Chase and United Airlines are launching a new travel rewards credit card. The United TravelBank Card offers a blend of cash-back and traditional travel perks. Unlike premium travel cards like the Sapphire Reserve, the TravelBank...Show More Summary

Travel Insurance Showdown: Reserve vs Prestige vs Platinum

Last week I reviewed the Chase Sapphire Reserve card’s travel insurance.  I was impressed with how favorably it compared to the lower cost Sapphire Preferred card.  But, how does it compare to travel insurance provided by other ultra-premium...Show More Summary

Chase Has a Big New Restriction on Who Can Apply for Sapphire Cards

Chase has shared new rules for its Sapphire cards with their branch bankers. There are (3) different Sapphire cards — the no annual fee Sapphire, the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, and the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card. Presently it’s been possible to have more than one of those. Show More Summary

How Chase changing the Sapphire bonus rules affects these 3 people

Chase just drastically (negatively) changed the rules on who is eligible for signup bonuses on their Sapphire Reserve and Sapphire Preferred cards. Here are 3 groups of people that...

Chase ends ability to double up Sapphire Reserve and Sapphire Preferred bonuses

Doctor of Credit has published a memo that Chase sent out to their customers which stated that, as of yesterday, customers can no longer sign up for a second Sapphire card.  Previously it was possible to sign up for both the Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve cards in order to get both signup bonuses. Show More Summary

Chase Announces Huge Changes & Limitations to their Sapphire Branded Cards (Sapphire Preferred, Sapphire Reserve)

Chase is changing their bonus rules and enacting other limitations to their popular Sapphire branded credit cards including Sapphire Reserve & Sapphire Preferred.

Yes, Should I Pay $450 Annual Fee Chase Sapphire Reserve (2nd Year)?

Do I Keep or Cancel / Downgrade my Sapphire Reserve? If you are asking yourself whether you should pay the $450 annual fee / keep the Chase Sapphire Reserve for a 2nd year, the answer is YES.  It's a question I keep hearing. There is,...Show More Summary

Keep or cancel Sapphire Reserve?

It’s been a year since Chase unveiled their blockbuster new credit card: Chase Sapphire ReserveChase originally launched the card with an eye popping signup bonus: 100,000 points after $4K spend (the offer has since dropped to 50,000...Show More Summary

Bank of America just revealed its new travel rewards credit card — here's how it compares to the Chase Sapphire Reserve and others (BAC)

Bank of America is stepping up its game in the travel rewards credit card competition, revealing its new Premium Rewards card, which will launch in September, the Wall Street Journal reported this week. The bank, the second-largest in...Show More Summary

Get Free Airport Restaurant Meals With Priority Pass Select

One of the perks of premium rewards credit cards like The Platinum Card® from American Express and Chase Sapphire Reserve cards is included membership in the Priority Pass Select lounge network. You need to activate this membership once...Show More Summary

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