Pam Codispoti created the now-legendary Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card, and now she runs JPMorgan Chase's expanding retail branch network. The bank is adding 400 new branches over the next five years and hiring more than 4,000 new...Show More Summary
I do my best to give general advice on credit cards while still noting that different cards work best for different people. For example, while I have the Chase Sapphire Reserve? and think it's a phenomenal card, it's not the ideal card...Show More Summary
While many banks are shuttering branches, JPMorgan is expanding. They've tapped Pam Codispoti, creator of the Chase Sapphire Reserve, to manage their network of bank branches. Business Insider recently spoke with Codispoti about herShow More Summary
A week and a half ago I wrote "9 Lesser Known Benefits of the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card". In it I pointed out that as a Visa Infinite the card gives you a $30 one-time credit and ongoing 15% off with car service provider Groundlink. Every...Show More Summary
On my recent post about what you need to know about applying for the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve, reader Xtina asked the following: "@lucky (or anyone really) – What’s the difference between the Sapphire cards here versus the Ink Business Preferred? Both are Ultimate Rewards right? And the Ink comes with 80,000 vs. Show More Summary
Chase Sapphire Reserve is well known for top-line benefits like a signup bonus of 50,000 points after $4000 spend within 3 months, earning 3 points per dollar on travel and dining, a $300 travel credit, $100 Global Entry or TSA PreCheck...Show More Summary
The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and the Chase Sapphire Reserve? are two of the most popular transferable points currency cards out there. Generally I consider the cards to be substitutes and not complements, due to the similar ways...Show More Summary
I’ve gotten several questions about authorized users for the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Authorized user cards have an annual fee on this product because of the unique benefits authorized users receive. Continue reading Benefits for Chase Sapphire Reserve Authorized Users...
Chase Sapphire Reserve earns 3 points per dollar on all travel and dining. So paying for hotels with this cards gets you 3 points that transfer to different airline and hotel programs, you get to choose later. That means the role that hotel credit cards have is their signup bonus and the benefits that come with them. Show More Summary
You get an airline credit card for the signup bonus and for the benefits of having the card. In general you do not put spending on an airline credit card. If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve you earn 3 points per dollar on airline spend and those miles transfer to your choice of several airlines. Show More Summary
Over the summer I wrote about someone bringing 19 people in an airport lounge using the Priority Pass Select card that comes with the Chase Sapphire Reserve. You get unlimited airport lounge visits at participating lounges (over 1000 worldwide, here are the U.S. Show More Summary
While some other premium credit cards are all about the perks, one of things that makes the Chase Sapphire Reserve? so well rounded is that it's also a fantastic card for everyday spend. Specifically, the card has two industry leading...Show More Summary
There’s a huge debate amongst my readers, every time I talk about the Chase Sapphire Reserve someone will argue that the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is clearly the better card (usually pointing out the slightly better signup bonusShow More Summary
I've written extensively about why the Chase Sapphire Reserve? is a fantastic card that's worth getting. In this post I wanted to look at what you should do once you've applied for the card, received it, and activated it. The good news...Show More Summary
'm effectively buying trip delay coverage with the points-earning foregone. I use Chase Sapphire Reserve for less expensive tickets, and the Platinum Card by American Express for more expensive tickets. And my break point is around $500. Continue reading Should You Pay for Flights With Amex Platinum or Chase Sapphire Reserve?...
One question I get all the time from readers is whether I recommend The Platinum Card® from American Express or the Chase Sapphire Reserve?. It's a logical enough question, given that American Express and Chase are among the two biggest...Show More Summary
There are lots of great benefits to the Chase Sapphire Reserve?, including a $300 annual travel credit, triple points on dining and travel, extensive car rental and travel protection, a Priority Pass membership, a Global Entry fee credit, and more. One of the things that makes the Sapphire Reserve Card so great is how straightforward it is. Show More Summary
There are a lot of great benefits to the Chase Sapphire Reserve? -- I reviewed the card a few days ago. The card has a $450 annual fee but offers perks like a $300 annual travel credit, triple points on dining and travel, the ability...Show More Summary
The Chase Sapphire Reserve card is really the king of premium cards and this is just one more way that it beats out the US Bank Altitude Reserve card. The post Another Way the Chase Sapphire Reserve Beats the US Bank Altitude Reserve appeared first on Running with Miles.
Yesterday I wrote a post about what I consider to be the single best card duo out there -- specifically, the Chase Sapphire Reserve? and the Chase Freedom Unlimited®. On that post, reader James K. left the following comment, which I wanted to take a closer look at: