Today we’re going to do a proper review of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. This is the Chase Sapphire Reserve car, it’s covered up my numbers, and you can have a look at the card running back.
I’m going to show you how to get the most out of your Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Once you’re approved for it immediately, go into the website and apply for the Priority Pass card. Here it comes about two weeks later. If you get your Sapphire card a week before your travel, it’s probably too late to use this Priority Pass card to get lounge access around the world.
Once you log in to your Chase account, just go to your reserve card and click on the ultimate reward redeem button. And this would take you to a new website, it’s called the ultimate chase reward card homepage. So under use points, and just go on cards benefits and then go down to priority pass airport.
Now click on the activate button, but I already have it activated. So you see a check mark here. Another great benefit of this Reserve card is the TSA Pre Check or Global Entry credit, so you get to choose one of them and they’ll credit back your account for the fee that you pay.
I actually chose the TSA Pre Check, because I have the Mobil passport app on my iPhone, which essentially lets you skip all the line when you come back from international customs, even though there’s a 400 animal fee to this car the $300 and annual travel credit alone is worth it.
If you open up the second half of the year and you book a travel expense, you can get up to $300 worth of travel credits. And then the following the first half of the year, you can also get another $300 benefit, so alone there, that’s $600 in savings that you can get from signing up this car, which is a great deal to me.
I’m doing a lot of traveling this year and the next year I can get the full $600 and travel credits. If you want to find out more details about the Chase Sapphire reserve car, please check out the link below to the point sky, where they will tell you in full details about how you make the bonus points and additional benefits discard.
They’re not sponsoring me, so please check out my other video. I actually went to Hong Kong recently and upon my arrival, I went to the arrival lounge, using my Priority Pass car and I was very bringing three people in. I think each person would have spent about 30 US dollars.
So that’s about $90 savings alone, just using the lounge and you can freshen up, take a break, get some free food and drinks, and then head off to the city afterwards.
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