Description: This article is designed to talk about some of the features of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card and explain why it is the best travel card and general card.
I want to do an update on some of my favorite features of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card.
I value it because of the chase points, they are more flexible and they’re worth more, when you book a ticket, the chase points are valued at 50% more which means one point equals one cent but if you redeem those points for travel, the points worth a set and a half.
Now I want to warn you the annual fee, which is $450 and then $75 for each additional user, however this card pays for itself. Because it comes with an annual $300 travel credit, which you can use on anything considered travel. Next you have Priority Pass with unlimited guests party Pass which can cost you up to $499 annually. With this card, you get automatic access and guests’ free, so does any authorized user.
Now the card is valued at about $800 per year, next you have trip delay insurance, this is up to $500 per incident. If you get delayed on a flight, you have to stay in a hotel, you send the bill to Chase and they’ll reimburse you up to $500 annually. Another insurance you will get is the primary insurance, when you use the card to rent a car, you don’t have to pay extra to get the car rent insurance.
Next up lost luggage reimbursement which is up to $3,000 for a check bag, up to $2,000 for a carry-on and you book your trip with this card, you’re automatically opted in for travel accident insurance up to $1,000,000 for death and dismemberment. The roadside assistance of this card is covered up to four times a year up to $50.00 per call, this card also has purchase protection.
In order to have this card, you must have a minimum credit line of $10,000.