Accept Invitation for Chase Sapphire Preferred Card

If you received an invitation in the mail to apply for a Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card take advantage of this opportunity to upgrade your current card.  The invitation indicates that you’re already pre-approved for the card so your next step is to apply for it online or by completing the paper application and returning it in the mail.  The Chase Sapphire Preferred card is probably an upgrade from the credit card you currently have so consider applying before the promotion period ends.  The opportunity to apply is only for a set time so respond before the expiration date.

What does the Chase Sapphire Preferred offer customers?  New cardholders can receive a bonus of 40,000 points after spending $4,000 within the first 3 months of having the card.  There is an additional 5,000 bonus points earned for just adding an authorized user to your account and them using their card to make a purchase during the first 3 months.  Cardholders will earn 2 times the points on dining at restaurants and travel while 1 point on all other purchases.  When transferring points from your old credit card to the new Chase Preferred point values will be 1 to 1.  There is also no annual fee charged during the first year of membership but after that it’s $95 per year to retain card.

New customers interested in pursuing this offer can visit ( and complete the online application.  Each customer that received an invitation in the mail has a personalized offer that is identified when you enter in your 12 digit invitation number along with zip code and last name on the application site.  Finish completing the application and at the end you will receive an instant decision on your credit acceptance.

There are lots of other benefits available to new Chase Preferred cardholders.  The annual APR starts at 15.99% but will vary depending on your credit history.  If you are looking to upgrade your current credit card particularly for another card that offers additional rewards consider applying for the Chase Sapphire.

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