I keep receiving this offer as I scroll through my Facebook newsfeed, sometimes with Chase Sapphire Reserve language, other times with Chase Sapphire Reserve (probably time to clear my browsing history) language. In any case, it’s open to customers who signed up for a Sapphire, Sapphire Reserve or Sapphire Preferred credit card prior to 05/07/2017. Show More Summary
Another great points haul is coming to an end. Recently, Chase Sapphire Reserve stopped earning 3x on Plastiq rent/mortgage payments. Now comes Citi. I have… The post Citi AT&T Cards Ending Gift Card and Rent Pay Online Shopping Bonus appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
An industry insider leaked a bit of interesting information to me the other day. Apparently BankAmericard is planning to release a premium card to compete with the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Here are the bits that he revealed: $450 annual...Show More Summary
Trip Delay Reimbursement! Just one of the laundry list of travel benefits offered by the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Up to $500 for unreimbursed expenses? That sounds too good to be true!? Hmm… is that because it IS in fact too good to be true?... The post Does Chase Trip Delay Reimbursement Work? Part 1 appeared first on AcCounting Your Points.
I recently used some Chase Ultimate Reward points to book flights at a value of 1.5 cents per point thanks to having a Sapphire Reserve. I normally transfer my Ultimate Reward points to partners such as Hyatt, United, Singapore, British Airways, etc. and use them to book awards via respective travel partner award charts. Show More Summary
On May 1st, I got the US Bank Altitude Reserve card – the first day it was available. I wrote how payments with Plastiq coded as travel with the Chase Sapphire Reserve card (lots of peeps on Reddit confirm this, too). So I was hoping that would be the case with the US Bank Altitude Reserve.… OUT AND OUT - Investing. Positivity. Oh, and travel.
Yesterday Amex introduced a terrific new credit card, and now I’m suffering from Rewards Whiplash… When Chase introduced their Sapphire Reserve card last summer, I was thrilled with the suite of Ultimate Rewards cards I had cobbled together:...Show More Summary
Amex has been pummeled in the high-end market with the introduction of the Chase Sapphire Reserve and in the everyday market with the loss of… The post Out of the Blue: Amex Launches Awesome 2x No Annual Fee Business Card appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
A recap of the best posts and deals including the upcoming Sapphire Reserve travel credit changes, three awesome new Chase mobile wallet bonuses and another negative cost Staples deal!
Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card Step aside, Sapphire Reserve – your buzz has now worn off. There's a new #1 in my book – it's the Ritz Carlton Rewards credit card. Technically, it's a JPM issued card, but what's the diff these days since it all rolls up to Chase. Show More Summary
Mid-last week I was speaking at industry conference Card Forum and caught up with a senior vice president at US bank. We got to chatting about the new Altitude Reserve card, US Bank's entry into the premium card space. I told him I was...Show More Summary
Chase has changed some terms on their site that will have a huge impact on the Sapphire Reserve's travel credit for new cardmembers.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve was introduced last year, and has been insanely popular. It has exceeded all expectations in terms of demand, and that's hardly surprising, given the huge sign-up bonus that the card had, along with the generous perks and return on spend. While the card has a $450 annual fee, it also offers a $300 annual travel credit. Show More Summary
JPMorgan Chase hasn't been shy about throwing down major cash to land millennial customers. Just consider the debut of the Chase Sapphire Reserve, the most ballyhooed credit card of 2016. The bank pridefully announced that the card resulted...Show More Summary
The premium credit card space sure is heating up. For years The Platinum Card® from American Express was the go-to premium credit card, but in the past few years the Citi Prestige® Card and Chase Sapphire Reserve? Card have given Amex...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal carries a piece on millenials signing up for credit cards. The thrust of the piece is that there’s an escalating rewards war between banks, and they’re offering ever more lucrative cards. Millenials are most likely...Show More Summary
It's time for the next round of Card Madness and we need YOUR vote. Is it the mighty Chase Sapphire Reserve or the Citi Prestige card? Vote for free in 10 seconds and make your voice heard
I write this post in a somber tone, as this month of March marks the end of the best public credit card offering I have seen. The Chase Sapphire Reserve took the credit card market by storm in August 2016, and while the card is... The post AYP List of Top Credit Cards March 2017 appeared first on AcCounting Your Points.
With its $450 annual fee, Chase Sapphire Reserve was the most talked-about credit card of 2016. But is the card still worth getting now the 100,000-point signup bonus is gone? And what of its once-beloved but recently-forgotten sibling,...Show More Summary
It's not often that a CEO will announce a $200 million loss with a hint of pride, much less that they'll claim they wish the loss was twice as large. But that's exactly what JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon did in January while discussing...Show More Summary