Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Review [Highest Offer: 80,000 Bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points + $50 Grocery Statement Credit]

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Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Review [Highest Offer: 80,000 Bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points + $50 Grocery Statement Credit]

UPDATES:
  • For a limited time, Chase Sapphire Preferred card now earns 5x points on Peloton related purchases through March 31, 2022.
  • Sapphire Preferred cardholders can also redeem points worth 25% more when redeeming towards Chase Dining purchases. This offer expires September 30, 2021.
  • Pay Yourself Back feature is also extended through September 30, 2021. 
  • CSP's highest offer 80k is back. This is the best offer on this credit card: 80k + $50 statement credit towards grocery store purchases.

 
Review: Chase Sapphire Preferred [60,000 Bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points]

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    Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Benefits

    • This card also gives you access to Chase Offers which offers percentage back in statement credits after you spend x amount on shopping, travel, dining and entertainment. For example: Earn 10% back on your stay when you spend $100 or more at Best Buy, with a $25.00 back maximum.
    • No foreign transaction fee.

    Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Annual Fee

    • $95, not waived for the first year. However, you may be able to get the annual fee waived for the first year if you apply for this credit card in Chase branch. 
    • If you travel often, this card is totally worth the annual fee because this is an Ultimate Rewards (UR) points earning card that offers amazing redemption values. See below.

    Downgrade Options

    • Chase Freedom Flex (CFF) No annual fee.
    • Chase Freedom Unlimited (CFU) No annual fee.

    Upgrade Option

    You can upgrade Sapphire Preferred to Sapphire Reserve; however, I do not recommend doing so because you can miss out great welcome bonus offer on the Reserve card. The Reserve also has a much higher annual fee.
    • Chase Sapphire Reserve (CSR) ($550 annual fee)
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