refer a friend from csp to csr chase sapphire preferred reserve

For a LONG time people have been anxious to max out their 75,000 point maximum yearly Refer a Friend bonus by referring from a CSP to a CSR or a CSR to a CSP when a friend wants the card version that they don’t have.

You’ve been able to refer from any Chase Ink business credit card to any other Chase Ink card for some time now.

As of today (at least?) you can now share Refer a Friend links within the Sapphire family. If you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred and your friend wants a Chase Sapphire Reserve, you can refer them (and vice versa!).

refer a friend from csp to csr chase sapphire preferred reserve

Not much else to add to this one except that it’s a win for Chase customers and, well, now you know 🙂 

PS: a lot of people are wondering if the Chase Sapphire Preferred is due for an increased offer with both the Chase Ink Unlimited / Cash 90k offers ending and the Chase Freedom Unlimited “double points on everything for a year” offer ending

I have absolutely no idea! But, I do know that if you go to our Chase Sapphire Preferred page and click Notify Me of Bonus Offer Changes, you’ll be the first to know 🙂 

You can signup for free and do it in one click via Google or Facebook (or use your email, of course!).

Chase Sapphire PreferredChase Sapphire Preferred® Card Earn 60,000 bonus Ultimate Rewards points (worth up to $750 or more!) when you spend $4,000 in 3 months. How to apply for this offer.

HT: Tim Ritsema in the MilesTalk Facebook group

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