70K offer for Chase Sapphire Reserve being sent out [Targeted]


Doctor of Credit reports that targeted mailers are going out for a 70,000 point offer on the Chase Sapphire Reserve card (after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months). While less exciting than the recent(ly expired) 100K offer on the Sapphire Preferred, this could nonetheless be a great deal for someone who wants the CSR now.

Key Card Details

Note that clicking through here will bring you to our card page, which has current public offer information – but not the targeted offer that we’re reporting here.

Card Name w Details & Review (no offer)
Chase Sapphire Reserve Card

FM Mini Review: Excellent all-around card for frequent traveler. Best when paired with no-fee Chase Freedom Flex, no-fee Freedom Unlimited & no-fee Chase Ink Cash

Annual Fee: $550

Card Type: Visa Infinite


Earning rate: 10X hotels & car rentals booked through Chase ⚬ 10X Chase Dining ⚬ 5X flights booked through Chase ⚬ 3X Travel and Dining ⚬ 10X Lyft (through March 2025)

Noteworthy perks: $300 Annual Travel Credit ⚬ Points worth 1.5 cents each towards travel or Pay Yourself Back ⚬ Transfer points to airline & hotel partners ⚬ Primary auto rental collision damage waiver ⚬ Priority Pass Select lounge access ⚬ $100 Global Entry fee credit ⚬ $5 monthly DoorDash in-app credit through December 2024 ⚬ Free DashPass through 2025 ⚬ Earn 10X on Lyft spend

See also: Chase Ultimate Rewards Complete Guide

Quick Thoughts

This is only a 10K bump from the standard 60K offer, but it’s the best we’ve seen for a while on the Sapphire Reserve. Doctor of Credit reports that this 70K offer has also been available in-branch, so it may be worth checking a local branch if interested and you haven’t received the mailer offer.

Note that Chase mailers do not bypass 5/24, so if you receive an offer in the mail and are over 5/24, don’t assume that means an approval.

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Cap 1 /USB AR offer better SUBs, ROI on AF. With comparable/better benefits for AF.

Cancelled CSR in July 2020 despite grandfathered AF.

Chase will have to get more aggressive like they were in 2016.

Amex has made postive/negative changes – but have removed most incentives to hold multiple Plats with redundant coupons/benefits (Clear/Streaming/etc).

Cap 1 is best Ultra Prem since City National (*RIP*) .

Found it easier to get approved
for new cards with Cap 1 by carryingg a few grand balance on a credit union CC 1.99% for a few months of reporting (keep util below 3%).

This with 800+ FICOs. As well as no new cards for 90+ days.