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Double dining and travel points (new) with Chase Sapphire Preferred

by on Mon July 25, 2011 • No Comment

Double points for dining and travel with Chase Sapphire Preferred® CardChase is upping the ante of its flagship Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card credit card. Not only does it offer 1:1 transfer of points into United Airlines, British Airways, Hyatt, Marriott, and more — it now earns double points on all of your dining and travel spending. This is a great way to juice up your returns as a frequent diner or traveler. Here is the rundown on earning from the card:

  • 2 points per dollar spent on dining– from quick serve restaurants to fine dining
  • 2 points per dollar spent when you purchase flights, hotel accommodations, car rentals, timeshares, and more
  • 1 additional point per dollar spent when you book airfare or hotel accommodations online through Ultimate Rewards with your Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card card (a total of 3 points per dollar when using Ultimate Rewards’ online booking)
  • plus, 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases

The new point earning applies to all Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card card holders, not just new applicants. We already like the card for earning airline miles, as it offers rare 1:1 transfer into our favorite airline miles program, United, while also having the flexibility of transferring to hotel point programs.

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Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

Miles dont expireas long as card is open
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Partner Offer

50,000 bonus points

Intro Offer

$0 introductory annual fee, then $95

Annual Fee


Foreign Transaction Fee Waived


Points Can Transfer to Airline Miles ?

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