Last day to apply for Chase Sapphire Reserve 100k online

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Last day to apply for Chase Sapphire Reserve 100k online

Today is the last day that you can apply online for the Chase Sapphire Reserve 100k. Bloomberg confirmed that the 100k offer is still going to be available in branches until March 12, but if you’re under 5/24 or are pre-approved I’d just get the show on the road and get one. This has been ONE INSANE offer and of course it’s ending. Chase lost $200-300 MILLION in the last quarter alone because of the Reserve and all good things come to an end. Today is the last day to apply for Chase Sapphire Reserve 100k online – the card will still be available online, but for a reduced 50k sign up bonus.

As of this posting I have no affiliate links with Chase. I don’t even have this card because I’m over 5/24. I just think it’s a no-brainer, especially if you love to swath yourself in finely appointed premium cabins and drink bubbly you can’t even pronounce.

In case you didn’t know already…


The key benefits…

  • $300 annual travel credit – the best out there people
  • 3x on ALL TRAVEL and ALL DINING – that is second to none
  • When you have a CSR your points are worth $0.015 per point. With 100k bonus that’s a minimum of $1500 of free travel
  • Global Entry fee credit.
  • Primary Rental Car Insurance
  • An AMAZING Priority Pass lounge membership with access to fantastic airport lounges around the world.screen-shot-2017-01-04-at-8-34-47-pmscreen-shot-2017-01-04-at-8-35-11-pm

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Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card


The Chase Sapphire Preferred is a great starter card that earns Premium Ultimate Rewards that can be transferred into over a dozen partners many of which are US based. 

Welcome Offer

60k Points after $4k spend in 3 months

Annual Fee


Points Earned

Transferrable Chase Ultimate Rewards

If you carry this card alongside Chase’s cashback cards like the Chase Freedom Flex℠and Chase Freedom Unlimited® or the business versions: Ink Business Cash , Ink Business Unlimited you can combine the points into Preferred account and transfer into hotel and airline partners

Annual fee is quite low at $95 a year + you get a 10% anniversary bonus on points + $50 hotel credit in Chase travel.

  • 3x on dining
    •  including eligible delivery services for takeout
  • 3x on select streaming services
  • 3x on online grocery purchases
    • (excluding Target, Walmart and wholesale clubs)
  • 5x on all travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards – Chase Travel Portal
  • $50 Annual Credit on hotel stays purchased via Ultimate Rewards/Chase Travel
    • The begins immediately for new cardmembers and after your account anniversary for existing cardmembers
  • 10% Anniversary Bonus
    • Every year you keep the card, your total spend will yield a 10% points bonus. If you spend $10k in a year, you’ll get 1k bonus points
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred® continues to redeem at 1.25c in the Chase Travel Portal and the slew of other benefits remain in tact including primary rental car insurance, purchase protections, etc.
  • Points are transferrable to 13 Ultimate Rewards partners
  • Redeem in the Chase Travel center for 1.25 cents per point
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Suite of Travel and Purchase Coverage
    • Primary rental car coverage is my favorite

We keep an up to date spreadsheet that lists the best ever offers: You can find that spreadsheet here.

Historically 80k is a very, very good offer and hit in both 2022 and 2023. In 2021, we saw the offer hit an all time high of 100k. Who knows if that will ever come back.

Main Cast: 

Cards that earn flexible points and should be used on the bulk of your purchases.

Supporting Cast:

Cards that earn fixed points in the currency of the airline/hotel and can not be transferred at attractive rates. These cards yield benefits that make it worth keeping, but not necessarily worth putting a lot of your everyday spend on. 

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