Chase Sapphire Reserve Card®

Chase Sapphire Reserve Card®

Sign-Up Bonus

Get 50,000 points after spending $4,000 within three months.  $450 annual fee.

Point Accrual


Earn 3x at restaurants and on travel.  Use in conjunction with the Chase Freedom to earn 5x at quarterly rotating categories, including groceries, restaurants, Costco and Amazon.  Also use in conjunction with the Chase Ink Cash card to earn 5x at office supply stores and on telecommunications spend (detailed here).  

Calculating Your Value

Your Annual Points

With our default spend profile, this card can produce 45,000 points annually.

We value these points as high as 2.40 cents per point.

So, you can receive up to $1,080.00 in value per year.

Calculate New Values

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Most Valuable Redemptions

Transfer points to:
  • Hyatt - 8,000 points gets a night at the Hyatt Regency Greenville, SC.
  • British Airways - 15,000 points gets a round trip ticket between Chicago and the East Coast (on AA)
  • United - 140,000 points gets a RT business class ticket from JFK to Narita
  • Singapore - 60,000 points gets a RT business class ticket from the mainland US to Hawaii (on United)

Customer Reviews for Chase Sapphire Reserve Card®

Have you found a great redemption from your use of this card that you would like to tell others about. Please share your experience below.


  • David

    May 30, 2016

    @If Hyatt, If you don't value the optionality, then the Hyatt card is better. Sapphire also has primary rental car coverage, but if you are well insured on you own policy, go with Hyatt.

  • If Hyatt, then ...?

    May 30, 2016 |

    If Hyatt is the best transfer option for these points, am I not better off in the Hyatt card with 2 nights in a place like the Andaz in Maui for signing up, a free anniversary night and a lower annual fee ($95 versus $75)?

  • Rebecca Strong

    May 26, 2016 |

    Love the card for the flexibility of the point, but I am very sorry to tell you that they aren't worth 3.2 pennies.


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