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All Chase Sapphire credit cards are Visa cards issued by Chase Bank and are accepted where you see the Visa logo. The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is a Visa Signature® card. The Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ is a Visa Infinite ® Card.
What is the Difference Between Visa Signature and Visa Infinite?
The Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve Visa cards offer extensive benefits as Visa Signature and Visa Infinite cards. These benefits (Sapphire Preferred benefits guide & Sapphire Reserve benefits guide), some of which are travel-focused and others are general purchase related include, but are not limited to:
- Primary Auto Rental Collision Damage Protection (CDW) Globally
- Trip Delay Protection
- Baggage Delay Protection
- Lost Luggage Insurance
- Trip Cancellation & Interruption Insurance
- Travel Accident Insurance
- Purchase Protection (Price & Damage)
- Return Protection
- Extended Warranty Protection
Comparing Visa Benefits
While all Chase Sapphire cards are both Visa cards, the benefits on each card differ based on the level of the card. We’ve put together a comparison of the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ card benefits. The exact coverage limits and protections vary on card product, with Visa Infinite cards providing the most comprehensive coverage available across the Visa product line.
Card Benefits Hold Great Value
When considering a credit card product, reviewing the benefits offered through the card processing network (Discover, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express) should be an integral part of your decision-making process. These benefits, while not often touted or given much attention can add significant value when you find yourself in a position where you can use them. Don't simply throw away the paperwork that comes with your new card — read and review the benefits; you might be pleasantly surprised.
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