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While some other premium credit cards are all about the perks, one of things that makes the Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ so well rounded is that it’s also a fantastic card for everyday spend. Specifically, the card has two industry leading bonus categories, as it offers triple points on dining and travel.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ has a $450 annual fee, though offers a $300 annual travel credit that’s automatically applied to any travel purchases. For all practical purposes, I consider that to more or less be worth face value, meaning that the out of pocket on the card is ~$150 per year. For that you get triple points on dining and travel, a Priority Pass membership, fantastic travel and car rental coverage, no foreign transaction fees, the ability to redeem points for 1.5 cents each, a Global Entry fee credit, and more.
Even if you don’t value most of those perks, I think a lot of people would benefit from being able to earn triple points on dining and travel, especially given how broad those categories are. In this post I wanted to look at that more closely.
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