My favorite travel credit card, Chase Sapphire Preferred, just increased its offer from 50,000 points to 60,000 points.
You’ll need to spend $4,000 in the first three months (same as before) to snag your 60,000 points, which should net you at least another 4,000 points, since the card earns a minimum of 1 point per $1.
The downside it that they have ditched waiving the annual fee of $95 for the first year, so you’ll have to pony up $95 on your first bill.
Here are the complete details of the offer.
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Chase Sapphire Preferred 60,000-Point Offer Details
Bonus Offer: 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after spending $4,000 spend in first 3 months
Annual Fee: $95 (no longer waived the first year)
Offer End Date: None
- Points transfer instantly at a 1:1 ratio to Southwest, Aer Lingus, British Airways, United, IHG, Marriott, Hyatt and more
- Earn DOUBLE points on dining and travel expenses
- No foreign transaction fees
Note: You can only hold ONE Sapphire card at a time, though you CAN be an authorized user on one and HOLD the other.
Excellent Card for Southwest Flyers
I love Chase Sapphire Preferred as a supplmental card to the Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards cards to earn even MORE points to book FREE flights.
While the points you earn from the Chase Sapphire Preferred card DO NOT qualify for the 125,000 points you need to earn the Southwest Companion Pass, which lets one person fly free with you for up to two years, they can be use to book FREE flights.
And you can transfer them instantly to Southwest at a 1:1 ratio, as well as to other programs like Aer Lingus, British Airways, Hyatt, Marriott and IHG.
We use this card as one of our everyday spending cards, as it earns 2 points per $1 on travel and dining expenses (double what you can earn using the Southwest cards) AND it does not charge foreign transaction fees, which make it great to use when traveling internationally.
Here is more detailed information, including a full review, of why I love this card and the many ways you can use and maximize it:
- Go to Travel Gal’s FULL REVIEW of Chase Sapphire Preferred
- 5 Ways to Use Chase Sapphire Preferred to Earn Southwest Points
- 7 Ways Chase Sapphire Preferred Can Get You Free Travel
- Go to Travel Gal’s Travel Credit Card Plan: Which Cards When
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