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Changes to Saphire Reserve travel bonus?

Changes to Saphire Reserve travel bonus?

  1. Anonymous

    Curious to your thoughts that Chase is changing the travel benefit for the Reserve card.

    Currently, you receive a $300 travel credit if you spend $300 (or more) on the card. You also receive 900 Ultimate Reward points for the $300 initially spent. (3X points for travel).

    My understanding is that Chase is eliminating those 900 points you receive for travel but will only get the $300 travel credit back.

  2. rickyw

    Hi Rob, Lucky wrote about this a few weeks ago

    [URL]https://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2018/05/06/chase-sapphire-reserve-changes/[/URL]

    I agree with his thought process that you’re essentially losing around $13 of value from the CSR card each year now, by not earning those 900 points. Personally, my break-even on having the card is so far past $13 a year for me, that this is a non-issue.

    Hope that helps!

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