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The Chase Sapphire Card allows the cardholder to use accumulated points for airline and hotel reservations. There are no travel restrictions or blackout dates, which makes it easier to use the card. However, if by some chance, a cardholder cannot make the hotel reservation he prefers, the card can be used to charge the hotel fees at another site. The cardholder can then use the points to receive a credit on the credit card statement. In other words, the cardholder pays himself back by not having to actually leave the hotel charges on the statement.
A purchase of $500 made within the first three months of obtaining the card earns 10,000 points. These equal a “cash value” of $100. The points can be redeemed as soon as they appear on the card record.
- Credit RequiredExcellent Credit
- Rewards Program2 points per dollar spent on dining & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.
- Signup Bonus10,000 Bonus Points ($100 in rewards)after $500 in purchases during your first 3 months.