Reminder: Chase Private Client customers get 60,000k signup bonuses on both the Reserve and Preferred credit cards

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While I’m titling this as a reminder (because it’s not new news) it is new to me and may be to you as well.

While the public signup offers for both the Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Sapphire Preferred are 50,000 bonus points after completing minimum spend (and remember you can now only get one Sapphire bonus or the other within 24 months), those that are in the Chase Private Client program (which requires $250,000 in assets in your Chase accounts) can get 60,000 points for each.

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It won’t (I don’t think) work online so if you are CPC and are applying for these cards, skip my affiliate links and skip your friend’s referral links and walk into your branch and have your CPC rep process it for you.

The extra 10k in your offer should be automatic but verify with the rep.

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