Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card review

Credit card designed for people who travel a lot, whether for leisure or business, providing complete coverage for your purchases and flight and hotel reservations, as well as a complete points program and a reimbursement of travel expenses of $300 dollars per year.

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APR: 21.49%
Card type: Credit card
Supplier: Visa

Card limits

Credit limit: Consult
Daily limit: Consult

Fees and commissions

Issue fee: $ 0
Replenishment Commission: Consult
Annuity: $ 550

Additional information of Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card

Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cardChase Sapphire Reserve credit card from Chase Bank is one of the most exclusive plastics that you can contract with the bank, not in vain it has an annual fee of $550 dollars, although the benefits it provides are well worth it if you are a person who travels a lot, either for pleasure or for work.

Plus, you can save yourself a lot of money too. To begin with, it gives you back up to $300 dollars a year for the purchases you make with it on your trips and you accumulate points on all your purchases that you can then exchange for gifts, trips or cash.

The points program, known as Chase Ultimate Rewards, allows you to accumulate points on all your purchases, at the rate of one point for every dollar spent. And on your spending on flights and restaurants you'll receive 3 points per dollar and up to 10x on car rentals, hotels and meals through the Ultimate Rewards program.

You'll also receive 50% more value for your points when you use them to book flights and hotels.

As a welcome offer, Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card gives you 60,000 points when you sign up if you use it for $4,000 worth of purchases in the first 3 months.

If you are looking for a more basic credit card without an annual fee, you can opt for the Slate Edge from Chase Bank or the BankAmericard from Bank of America.

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