Posted by William Charles on March 5, 2019
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Published on March 5th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Chase Adds sbe Hotels Benefit To Chase Sapphire Reserve Card

Chase has announced a new partnership with sbe Hotels for Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders. sbe properties/brands include SLS, Delano, Mondrian and Hyde hotels. When using the Chase Sapphire Reserve to book directly with sbe cardholders will receive the following benefits:

  • Fourth night free, for every 4 consecutive nights booked
  • $30 hotel credit per room, eligible towards food and beverage
  • Complimentary upgrades for hotel rooms (when available)
  • Daily continental breakfast for two people
  • Complimentary Wifi access
  • Late check out (when available)

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card used for booking must also be shown at check in and be used to pay for the full bill at check out to receive the above benefits. Additionally Reserve cardholders will also get access to exclusive sbe events such as Taste of sbe in Miami, FL. Full details of the partnership can be found here. Reservation page found here.

 

 



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John Doe
John Doe

Direct Link to the Reservation Page: https://partners.sbe.com/chasesapphire/

Parts Unknown
Parts Unknown

sbe currently only has 22 hotels worldwide, seems like an odd partnership. Maybe more to follow, or complimentary status ala Amex Plat?

Rocky
Rocky

Looks like Luxury Hotels, need to spend 400+ per night 🙁

Barry
Barry

Delano Las Vegas has 5 consecutive nights in June for $124 per night.

HanShotFirst
HanShotFirst

Plus a ~$30 resort fee.

FamilyOnABudget
FamilyOnABudget

We have a four night stay at Mandalay Bay so I checked out how much it would cost to switch to Delano with this partnership. The price inflation was not worth it. I expected Mandalay Bay to be cheaper than Delano, but not double.

Looking at the price for Delano directly without logging in it was 1193.00 including taxes and fees. With the partnership it was 1450.00. If the last night free there was only a few dollars in savings. Anyway as an Mlife member we save more just being a gold member. I’ll pass on this one.

Also the booking is with Delano directly so you probably still earn Mlife credits with the partnership.

vipul
vipul

Can you use Chase travel portal and book with UR while still getting this deal?

Lrdx
Lrdx

The announcement tells it needs to be booked through through sbe’s dedicated reservation page, so no.

Eli
Eli

OK so I just booked a 10 night stay at the houdson nyc.
The price for 10 nights via the link provided is the same as hotels.com.
That includes supposedly the 2 “free” nights for every 4 nights.

They jack up the prices and make you feel like you got a free night but in actuality you will pay the same as via any other rate.

However, I chose to book with my csr due to the $30 voucher and free bfast which alone will be around $600 for 10 days.

Eli
Eli

Here are the screenshots from the sbe chase link vs hotels.com

Notice how the price with the 2 “Free” nights is only $75.59 cheaper on sbe.

I called sbe and they said yes but their price comes with an option for an upgrade at the hotel and all the other benefits. the rep didn’t know what to say when I asked why do they advertise 2 free nights when the price is the same and that I should call chase.

BS.

https://imgur.com/a/UrunEia

aubergine
aubergine

I guess its better than nothing. I guess this is supposed to be an even better perk than Chases LHR?

doc
doc

I think “sbe” needs to be hit by the “SBE” grammar police. The initials for a company cannot be lowercase. I find it odd that other articles on the web would fall into this grammatical trap, parroting nonsense.

Also, if you look at their website, they don’t even have a trademark next to it. So, all the more reason not to take poor grammar for a trademark, that doesn’t even exist.

Even at the bottom of their webpage, it says, “2019 SBEEG Holdings Licensing, LLC,” which means that at least someone within their company knows correct grammar; and yet, the entire marketing department needs to have their credentials re-verified.

Andrew
Andrew

Or the marketing department is “hip” instagram generation and it’s about how it LOOKS, not what is “right.” I see a lot of brands spend a lot of energy on letting people know it’s all lowercase, or all upper case, or extra spacing between each letter, etc etc etc.

doc
doc

Which would be fine, if it were limited to company materials. But, when news organizations start writing articles that mimic this kind of out of control grammar… this is where we should draw the line. A private company can make as many intentional jargon errors in their name as they want. But, articles should point out what the company is actually registered as, in correct form.

Why we even have to have these discussions is beyond me.

doc
doc

I think we live in an era where people like to wield power to make other people do the wrong thing. Perhaps they feel important when they have a bunch of hipsters writing silly stuff, just because someone else told them they should do it.

We’re really starting to defy all societal norms. Fads are turning into language. The jury is out on whether this is good for society… to be so stuck just moving from one whim to the next, and then tacitly codifying the defiling of all previous precedent.

Andrew
Andrew

So… for the same four nights in late October at the Mondrain in LA it would be…
$1465 with Chase ($30 credit, free breakfast, and possibly free upgrade/late check out)
$1484 direct with hotel
$1494 with Amex ($100 credit, possibly free upgrade/late check out)

Of note, with Amex you get those “perks” with just two nights, so for ~$750 you could get the $100 hotel credit and an upgrade/late check out if they were available.

You would earn 3x Chase points with booking the offer or direct with hotel.
You would earn 1x Amex points booking direct with the hotel and 5x points when booking the Amex offer with perks.

So Chase is cheapest by a few bucks a night, free breakfast, and $30 to spend, but you need at least four nights….

Amex is less than $5/night more expensive than the hotel, and gets you $100 to spend, but requires at least two nights…

Stephen
Stephen

Fhr comes with breakfast too

sevillada
sevillada

prices went up 50 per person per night when I added 2 guests. I’m not paying 50 extra per kid per night, they are F*ing crazy

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