Targeted 80K offer on Chase Sapphire Preferred


A reader reached out noting that their family member has a Chase account and has been targeted within the Chase app for an 80,000 point offer on the Sapphire Preferred card after $4,000 in purchases in the first 3 months.

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The Deal

  • Some Chase account holders are reporting receiving the following targeted welcome offer for the Sapphire Preferred card: get 80,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after $4,000 in purchases in the first 3 months.

Quick Thoughts

Customers targeted with this offer report receiving a preapproval message as shown in the example screen shot above. I’m not sure how widely available this offer is — I imagine it isn’t very widely available, but if you (or another player in your household) has a Chase account but no Sapphire card, it’s worth poking around in the app for the “Just for you” offers if you are eligible and interested in this card.

Keep in mind of course that you are not eligible for the welcome bonus on a Sapphire card if you currently have a Sapphire card or have earned a welcome bonus on any Sapphire card in the past 48 months.

This is certainly a very good offer on the Sapphire Preferred if you can get it. We have seen the public offer reach 80K a few times before, but this beats the current best public offer on this card.

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I saw the same thing on my account that they offer 80,000 instead of 60,000


what is the offer code?


They didn’t give me a code they just say that I can apply and receive 80,000 points.


My husband received the targeted 80k offer for CSP saying it expired early April 2023. He is no where close to 5/24 (he recently got the Ink card but that puts him at 2/24) however when he tried to sign up online, it said this offer is no longer available. He called but they said he’d have to take the offer to a branch to ask about it. Has anyone had any issues with this? Any success in actually obtaining the 80k offered?

Mr. Seg

Does the free sapphire card make me unqualified for getting a new Sapphire Preferred bonus?

Greg The Frequent Miler

Yes, I believe so. But it’s easy enough to product change to a fee-free Freedom Unlimited or Freedom Flex card (even if you already have such a card). That will preserve your points and then you can apply for a new Sapphire Preferred.


Does it mean that this offer will be public soon?

Greg The Frequent Miler

We don’t know


My wife has had this offer for a few months and we finally pulled the trigger for her. We were hoping for Chase to up the public offer so we could get more with a referral but opted not to wait any longer. Since current public offer is 60K, the 80K beats the public offer plus my referral (60K+15K=75K).

Joe S

Anyone see this offer when going into a Chase bank? Been waiting for a Preferred 80K since I really need to transfer a bunch of points to Hyatt for some bookings, but held off since it’s been 60K for awhile. Haven’t had a UR card in 5+ years.

Wanna Travel

Is this a precursor to this offer going public? I am targeted for the 90k Ink cash but would struggle with the $6000 spend and also I need a card with Ultimate Rewards that transfer to UA and SQ. I would much prefer a CSP. I am at 4/24 now so last chance with Chase until mid 2024.


Are Chase’s “you’re already approved” offers a sure approval? I’ve yet to apply for one of those.

Greg The Frequent Miler

I don’t think those are 100% certain


I got this offer back in October 2022


Good tip, but FYI folks with Chase accounts don’t need the app to check for these types of offers. In the main menu (upper left online with the three stacked lines) among the options that drop down is the Just For You set of offers.


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