Earn 50,000 points after you spend $4,000 in the first 3 months after account opening
Approximately $750, plus receive a total of $600 in travel credits the first year (if you decide to close your card and not pay the second annual fee you, will still have a month time before the annual fee is due to use the second $300 travel credit)
- Excellent credit (you will probably need at least one credit card open for more than a year).
- This card is under the Chase 5/24 rule.
- If you had received an opening bonus on any Sapphire credit card in the past 48 months you are not eligible to receive a new bonus. If you currently have open any Sapphire card Chase will probably not approve you for a new one.
- You can only get approved for up to two Chase Credit Cards in 30 days. (Business Card and Personal cards are counted separate).
- Chase Bank will usually pull your Experian credit report.
- If declined you can call 1-800-453-9719 to be reconsidered.
Card Details and Benefits
- Receive $300 in annual travel credits
- Receive 3 points for every $1 spent on travel and dining
- Points are worth 50% more when redeemed for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards (powered by Expedia)
- Receive up to $100 statement credit for Global Entry and TSA pre-check
- No Foreign Transaction Fee
- Priority Pass Lounge Access
- Special car rental privileges from National Avis and Silver car
- Access to luxury hotel and resort collection with special benefits
- Trip Cancellation Insurance for up to $10,000 per trip
- Primary Auto Rental Collision Insurance up to $75,000
- Travel Accident Insurance
- Lost Luggage Reimbursement
- Trip Delay Reimbursement
- Return Protection
- Extended Warranty Protection
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