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Possible Devaluation Of Chase Sapphire Reserve Benefits Coming Soon

It appears as though Chase will be cutting some benefits from the Chase Sapphire Reserve℠. The move comes relatively quickly after Chase abolished Price and Returns protection across all its cards. According to a document obtained by Doctor of Credit, the changes will affect some of the 3X earning on travel, as well as the guest access policy for the complimentary Priority Pass membership.

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Signup Bonus and Earning Potential – Sapphire Reserve vs. Sapphire Preferred

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card initially launched with a massive 100,000-point signup bonus. An ultra-premium Ultimate Rewards-earning travel rewards card that shook the points and miles world. Competing with the likes of the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige card, you’ll pay a hefty annual fee to keep this card, but the benefits truly are second to none. Here are the numbers even with a 50,000-point current bonus that is available.

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Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve Worth the $450 Annual Fee?

A common question we field here on the blog, and in our Facebook community Award Travel 101, is whether the Sapphire Reserve is worth the $450 annual fee. With the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card available for a $95 annual fee (waived for the first year), at what point does it make sense to pay $450 a year for the Sapphire Reserve?

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card [2019]

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card is Chase’s ultra-premium Ultimate Rewards earning travel rewards card. Competing with the likes of the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige card, you’ll pay a hefty annual fee to keep this card, but the benefits truly are second to none.

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Why the Chase Sapphire Reserve is Perfect for Family Travel

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card launched with a massive 100,000-point signup bonus. This brand-new card is Chase’s newest ultra-premium Ultimate Rewards earning travel rewards card. Competing with the likes of the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige card, you’ll pay a hefty annual fee to keep this card, but the benefits truly are second to none. This card is a game changer.

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Approved for the Sapphire Reserve? Don’t Close Your Sapphire Preferred!

If you are one of the fortunate to have recently been approved for the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, there is a good chance you might already have the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card. In many ways, holding the Sapphire Reserve diminishes the value of the Sapphire Preferred, given that the Sapphire Reserve has similar or better benefits than the Sapphire Preferred in all cases. As such, if you now have the Sapphire Reserve you may be considering a cancellation of the Sapphire Preferred; if you are, don’t!

How to Get Approved for the Chase Sapphire Reserve

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card launched with a massive 100,000-point signup bonus. This brand-new card is Chase’s newest ultra-premium Ultimate Rewards earning travel rewards card. Competing with the likes of the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige card, you’ll pay a hefty annual fee to keep this card, but the benefits truly are second to none. This card is a game changer.