Deal Alert: Chase Sapphire Credit Card Now Has 15,000 Bonus Points, No Annual Fee

I’ll keep this one brief. The no annual fee version of the Chase Sapphire credit card had until today offered new cardholders 10,000 Bonus Points. (Note: there’s another version that has a $95 annual fee, waived the first year; it’s called Sapphire Preferred.) 

10,000 points equals $100.00 in cash back, or you can redeem those points toward flights, hotel stays, or other perks through Chase’s Ultimate Rewards web site.

Starting today, however, they are doing a limited time promotion where you earn 15,000 Bonus Points when you sign up for Chase Sapphire and spend just $500 within the first three months. Use the application link located here to apply. 15,000 points = $150.00 cash back, or use the points toward a flight or hotel stay.

I only wish they had offered this promo earlier! I got 10K points when I got mine and met the spending threshold.

Don’t stop here: read my round-up of the best airline credit card offers for April. If you owned all four of those credit cards and met the eligibility requirements, you’d earn a whopping 110,000 bonus miles/points.

View all of my favourite new credit card deals and offers over on Outlaw.

Disclosures: I used to review credit cards for a living. Also, my web site has a financial relationship with certain card issuers, including Chase and Barclays Bank.


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