New Chase Sapphire Reserve 60K Bonus Points Offer

New Chase Sapphire Reserve 60K Bonus Points Offer

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Link: Apply now for the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card

A new bonus has just been rolled out on the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card, which is one of the most lucrative premium credit cards out there.

Chase Sapphire Reserve offering 60,000 points

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card has a new welcome offer of 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $4,000 within the first three months. Previously the card offered a bonus of 50,000 points, so this bonus is 20% bigger than before.

Ultimate Rewards points earned with the card can be redeemed for a minimum of 1.5 cents each toward travel through the Chase Travel Portal, meaning 60,000 points will get you at least $900 in travel. However, personally I value Ultimate Rewards points at 1.7 cents each thanks to the other ways to redeem them, so to me this bonus is worth ~$1,020.

Book a lot of awesome travel with 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points!

Who is eligible for the Chase Sapphire Reserve bonus?

You can be approved for the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card if:

  • You don’t currently have a Chase Sapphire card (Reserve or Preferred)
  • You haven’t received a new cardmember bonus on a Chase Sapphire card (Reserve or Preferred) in the past 48 months

Note that this is based on whether you’re the primary cardmember on one of these cards — if you’re currently an authorized user (or have been one in the past), you’d be eligible. Also keep in mind the general rules of applying for Chase cards, including the 5/24 rule. See this post for more details on eligibility requirements for Chase Sapphire cards.

Keep in mind the restrictions on being approved for Chase cards

Why the Chase Sapphire Reserve is worth it

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card has a $550 annual fee. Even though that may seem like a lot, the reality is that the card is exceptionally well rounded, and shouldn’t really be “costing” anyone nearly that much. The card offers the following perks, among other things:

Read a full review of the Chase Sapphire Reserve here.

Earn 3x points on dining with the Sapphire Reserve

Bottom line

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card has a new bonus of 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points upon completing minimum spending, which is 20% better than the previous bonus. Ultimately this is a card you’ll want to get for the long term value that it offers, including a $300 annual travel credit, Priority Pass membership, and a great rewards structure.

If you’ve been considering this card but were waiting for an improved bonus, this would be a great time to apply.

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  1. Alex Guest

    I think the Venture X is a better value card and has a better bonus right now. I loved my CSR and used it a ton for several years. The first 100K sign up bonus and all the perks made it a good value. Now the higher annual fee up ended that value. I closed it and was able to sign up for the CSP when it had a 100K bonus. The Venture X 2...

    I think the Venture X is a better value card and has a better bonus right now. I loved my CSR and used it a ton for several years. The first 100K sign up bonus and all the perks made it a good value. Now the higher annual fee up ended that value. I closed it and was able to sign up for the CSP when it had a 100K bonus. The Venture X 2 points per dollar on all spending is hard to beat as an everyday card. With all these bonus’s saved up from the last few pandemic years I’m flying my family of four RT on Singapore Air business!

  2. AyL Guest

    50k, 60k bonuses. is this a joke? when amex Plat just offered 125k this year

  3. SEM Member

    @Ben, So if I have the Preferred, I am not eligible for the Bonus on the Reserve? Is that a change from the past, I thought they were considered separate products?

    1. SEM Member

      Disregard, I read up now : )

      Although back in the original sign-up bonus days of 100K on the Reserve, I do not remember it this way, but maybe I just wasn't paying attention, lol...

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Alex Guest

I think the Venture X is a better value card and has a better bonus right now. I loved my CSR and used it a ton for several years. The first 100K sign up bonus and all the perks made it a good value. Now the higher annual fee up ended that value. I closed it and was able to sign up for the CSP when it had a 100K bonus. The Venture X 2 points per dollar on all spending is hard to beat as an everyday card. With all these bonus’s saved up from the last few pandemic years I’m flying my family of four RT on Singapore Air business!

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AyL Guest

50k, 60k bonuses. is this a joke? when amex Plat just offered 125k this year

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SEM Member

Disregard, I read up now : ) Although back in the original sign-up bonus days of 100K on the Reserve, I do not remember it this way, but maybe I just wasn't paying attention, lol...

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