Chase Sapphire Reserve Live Application Link Available & 5/24 Data Points

UPDATE 8/15 3:10pm ET: Application link is currently broken. Those who used the original link are reporting being told that there was no signup bonus attached.  I’d recommend waiting for an official signup page from Chase. -Greg

chase sapphire reserve application link

News has broken out on Reddit that there is now a live application link for the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. As a reminder, this new premium card from Chase has the following features:

  • $450 annual fee
  • $300 annual travel credit
  • Lounge access
  • $100 global entry fee credit
  • 3X dining and travel

It is also supposed to come with a 100,000 point sign-up bonus, however the link doesn’t mention the bonus. Normally with Chase apps the bonus is mentioned on the landing page and unfortunately there is no link to that. In other words, as far as we know all versions of the app should come with the bonus, but there is no confirmation (or guarantee) that you will get it.

Update: Here is a link to the landing page for the offer. The landing page is no longer working.

Additionally, many Reddit users have reported being approved even if they have more than 5 new accounts in the past 24 months. I highly suggest reading the data points on Reddit to find out the latest. Some users are reporting that CSRs are saying this app doesn’t have the bonus. You can also find the link on Reddit as well.

For more info on Sapphire Reserve, see: More awesome news about the Chase Sapphire Reserve

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  1. On the link is states: “1 point per dollar on all other purchases
    Plus, there is no limit to the number of points you can earn and they don’t expire as long as your account is open.*” I thought it was 1.5 pts

    • The points are worth 1.5c each when you use them for travel through the Chase website, but you only get 1 point each for spend on stuff that’s not travel or dining.

      But you can get a Chase Freedom Unlimited and use that for all your other spend, then you get 1.5/$.

  2. Although I want to apply for the card that application domain is way too sketchy for me to apply;

    I am not going to apply until it’s on a domain.

  3. Man, people must be desperate for this thing if they’re handing over all their personal information on Maybe it’s legitimate, but wow.

    • They do the dev for Chase’s credit card sites. Once you clicked the link to apply, the application page was on the usual Chase domain. None of the PII was submitted to f9, it was submitted to Chase. Double checked the SSL certificate as well, it checked out.

  4. Applied and instant approved ($10K CL). The page showed 10K sign-up bonus points and stated worth $1500. However, the link is unavailable right after my approval. Hopefully, Chase will honor it. I was way over 5/24 rule.

  5. As others have stated, the link now appears to be dead. I’m sure that those who got approved will get the bonus one way or another (you may have to contact Chase after the card is officially released to ask for a match).

    • One thing to note is that the original application link (without landing page) posted to Reddit is the same application linked to from the landing page. I compared the URLs and they were exactly the same.

  6. Is there an actual link rather than just links to Reddit? Also, why does the link all require a username and password? Is there a way to create one?

    Much thanks.

  7. Is it possible that Chase plans to roll out the CSR initially without the 5/24 rule? Seems like a good way boost numbers for product launch.

  8. If it’s without 5/24 then I know of four people getting this card in my family, if 5/24, then only one person! I am hoping for 4!

  9. I have a question. I had the regular Chase Sapphire Preferred card, which I cancelled some time back. It is less than 24 months since I got the bonus. Will I get the bonus for this card if it gets approved?

  10. Could you purchase an $300 airline gift card to generate the $300 annual travel credit? If I get in September, could I get the gift card then and again in January for $600 travel credit?

    • As long as it codes as travel you should get the credit. I suspect buying a gift card directly from the airline would work, but it all depends on how they code the purchase.

  11. Are chase points safe if you transfer them to another chase rewards card before cancelling? If I were to get the Reserve and cancel after a year of spend, would the points earned be safe if I combined them to my freedom or preferred account before cancelling?

  12. I’ve opened 4 new cards in the past two years. A recent authorized user makes it five. Will this hurt my chances of getting approved fro the Chase Reserve given the 5/24? If I were to close the authorized user account, would that help?

  13. I just got Chase reserve, if I downgrade my Preferred to a second freedom or any other card, will I able to upgrade back to preferred if I choose not to keep Reserve in the long term?


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