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The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card‘s 100,000 point signup bonus (after $4000 spend within 3 months) will drop down to 50,000 points online tomorrow, but should still be available in-branch at 100,000 points until on or about March 12.
Once that happens, the Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card should have the biggest Chase signup bonus at 80,000 points (after $5000 spend within 3 months). This card’s $95 annual fee, of course, is much lower than the $450 annual fee for the Sapphire Reserve.
Indeed, the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card should have a bigger signup bonus than the Sapphire Reserve because it will also have a 50,000 bonus point offer after $4,000 spend on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening as well as 5000 more points for adding an authorized user card and making a purchase within that time period.
And of course the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card has a $0 annual fee the first year, then $95.
Many readers have difficulty getting approved for them if they’ve signed up for 5 or more new card accounts in the past 24 months, though there are exceptions where some folks do seem to get approved. And some people who are at or over ‘5/24’ may be able to get the card if they’re pre-approved through Chase’s online offers or in-branch.