Chase Sapphire Reserve 75K Bonus Points Offer

Chase Sapphire Reserve 75K Bonus Points Offer

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Link: Apply now for the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card with 75K bonus points

We’ve just seen a new limited time welcome offer rolled out on the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card, which is the best publicly available bonus we’ve seen on the card in quite some time. If you’ve been considering this card, now would be the time to pick it up. We’re also seeing an increased offer on the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card (review), which I covered in a separate post.

Chase Sapphire Reserve limited time bonus details

The Chase Sapphire Reserve has a welcome offer of 75,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $4,000 within the first three months. This bonus is 25% better than before, as previously the card offered 60,000 points with the same spending requirement.

Assuming you have this card, Ultimate Rewards points can be redeemed for a minimum of 1.5 cents each toward travel through the Chase Travel Portal, meaning 75,000 points will get you at least $1,125 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 ~$1,275.

Get at least $1,125 worth of travel with the offer

Who is eligible for the Chase Sapphire Reserve bonus?

You can be approved for the Chase Sapphire Reserve 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 (though there are increasingly reports of people being approved in spite of being over the 5/24 limit).

See this post for more details on eligibility requirements for the Sapphire Reserve.

Keep in mind the restrictions on being approved for Chase cards

Why the Chase Sapphire Reserve is worth it

The $550 annual fee Chase Sapphire Reserve is one of the most popular premium credit cards, thanks to its great rewards structure and benefits. The card has the following perks, among other things:

Read a full review of the Chase Sapphire Reserve here.

Access Chase Sapphire Lounges with the Chase Sapphire Reserve

Bottom line

The Chase Sapphire Reserve is offering an improved welcome bonus of 75,000 Ultimate Rewards points upon completing minimum spending, which is 25% better than the previous offer. 75,000 Ultimate Rewards points will get you a minimum of $1,125 toward travel, though you can potentially get more value than that with Chase’s transfer partners.

This is a great premium card that offers lots of perks, so if you spend a lot on dining and travel, value lounge access, and like Chase’s points redemption opportunities, definitely consider this card, as it’s quite easy to justify.

Do you plan on picking up the Chase Sapphire Reserve with 75K bonus points?

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  1. Rog Guest

    Tried for 75k offer through a referral. Referal was only offered 60k. For a spouse, better to skip referral unless someone knows where to get a referral offering 75k.

  2. Jon Guest

    This site is turning into The Points Guy where it’s just pushing credit card offers that generate a commission regardless if it’s the best offer available. Multiple other sites (Frequent Miler, Doctor of Credit, etc) have reported there is an in branch offer available for 10,000 more points. Incredibly dishonest to not mention that option given how many readers would live near a Chase branch.

  3. MoJoe Diamond

    I got this card (CSR) back in 2017 when Chase offered 100K points and a $450 annual fee. It was the coolest card at the time and brought premium cards to the masses (an oxymoron, I know).

    75K points for a signup bonus is still decent, but the CSR is less of a slam-dunk proposition than when it was first introduced.

  4. Jojo Guest

    Welp. Going for it. Worst thing about these CSR and CSP elevated subs means we have to endure 1-2 more years of being inundated by CSR and CSP blog posts and youtube vids talking about the cards. Heaven help us.

    1. Jojo Guest

      I actually decided not to go for it. Sapphires are crap products. And I am targeting better personal cards (non-chase, obviously, as chase only good for biz cards) before 5/24 gets me (again).

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Rog Guest

Tried for 75k offer through a referral. Referal was only offered 60k. For a spouse, better to skip referral unless someone knows where to get a referral offering 75k.

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Jojo Guest

I actually decided not to go for it. Sapphires are crap products. And I am targeting better personal cards (non-chase, obviously, as chase only good for biz cards) before 5/24 gets me (again).

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Jon Guest

This site is turning into The Points Guy where it’s just pushing credit card offers that generate a commission regardless if it’s the best offer available. Multiple other sites (Frequent Miler, Doctor of Credit, etc) have reported there is an in branch offer available for 10,000 more points. Incredibly dishonest to not mention that option given how many readers would live near a Chase branch.

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