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Wife and I both have CSR – can we get CSP bonus?
Afternoon – wife and I both got the CSP with 100K offer a couple years ago. However at $450/year we are looking to swap one out – I have already transferred my 300,000 points to her.
If I cancel my card, can I apply for the CSP card with 60K bonus, since I have had the CSR for over 2 years? Or can’t get the CSP bonus until i wait another 24 months from closing my CSR account?
I think you have to close the CSR and wait 24 months.
My wife an I each started with CSP and both received a sign up bonus, plus additional points for having an authorized user. Then when CSR came out, less than 1 year later, we each captured the 100k bonus. It was a fantastic introduction into miles and points.
Not sure if things have changed…
[USER=1994]@Woodrow[/USER] Things have changed – Chase no longer allows people to have more than one Sapphire branded card, unless you were grandfathered in before they put that policy in place. If you have a CSR, you cant apply for the CSP and vice versa.
[USER=5873]@FloridaNetMan[/USER] I’d downgrade one of the CSRs to a Freedom/Freedom Unlimited card and then wait to apply for the CSP. [URL=’https://onemileatatime.com/chase-ultimate-rewards-guide/#how_many_chase_cards_can_you_have’]Current application rules indicate that you cant receive a bonus on a Sapphire card if you’ve received one in the past 48 months from either card.[/URL]
If you’re interested in more Chase UR points, consider one of their Ink Business cards. Even if you just have a small sole-proprietor business, you should be able to apply using your own SSN. It’s something that Lucky covers in the same Chase UR Guide