Chase Sapphire Reserve 100,000 Point Offer Still Available!

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UPDATE: This offer is now 50,000 points for online applicants. You can still get the 100,000 point bonus by applying at a Chase branch by March 11, 2017.

If you forgot to apply for the Chase Sapphire Reserve card that was supposed to expire online last night, I have good news for you! As of right this moment, it is still showing the 100,000 point offer! With that being said, it does state an expiration date of January 11th. I personally think applying today will allow you to be eligible for the increased 100k sign up offer, but do know you are taking a slight risk. If you want to be 100% sure that you receive the 100k bonus, you still have until March 11th to sign up at a Chase branch. Although, I know that is more difficult for those that do not live near a Chase branch.

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Here is every past blog post on the offer:


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  1. Hello! There are no Chase branches in my state. Does anyone know if it’s possible to phone a particular Chase Branch for the 100,000 offer or do you have to apply in person to receive that 100,000 promotion? A called a few branches and they all stated I could not apply with them over the phone and then directed me to the online, albeit lower offer. Any insight? Thanks.

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