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Referring the sapphire reserve

Referring the sapphire reserve

  1. pstm91


    I have two friends that want to get the Chase Sapphire Reserve. I had the preferred and still get the emails to refer a friend (10k points per referral, up to 50k points). I have the reserve but have never received those emails/offers. I would like to refer them so that I get the points, but I haven’t seen anything on the Chase site to do this. Does anyone know how I can refer them?


  2. MidSouthSkier

    Even the bloggers don’t have referral links for the Reserve. It’s so popular right now there’s no need for Chase to offer referral bonuses. If you didn’t get your card within the first couple of weeks it was offered you didn’t get the heavyweight card without the raised digits because they actually ran out of that card stock. I did not get mine right away and it was only within the last week or so that I finally got the heavy, distinctive card in the mail.

  3. Anonymous

    Lea is right, Chase hasn’t published refer-a-friend offers for the Reserve — you’re not missing anything.

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