Published on December 6th, 2016 | by William Charles69
Haven’t Used Your Chase Sapphire Reserve $300 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
A lot of readers signed up for the Chase Sapphire Reserve card when it launched this year, it has a massive $450 annual fee but that is offset by the $300 travel credit. A lot of people still haven’t used their credit and that worries me, so consider this your forceful reminder.
It’s really important to keep in mind that your purchase needs to POST before your December 2016 statement closes. That means you need to use this credit ASAP and for some of you it will be too late. It is possible to change your statement closing date with Chase (although changing the first statement closing date usually doesn’t work, instead it will close at a different date the following month) – this is something I wouldn’t rely on either.
If you need inspiration on what to use your $300 travel credit for, we have a list of what does and doesn’t trigger the credit here. If you’re still struggling for ideas, we list the best options to turn that travel credit into cash here.
$300 is a lot of money and you’re not getting good value out of this card if you let any of that $300 go to waste. I don’t want any readers leaving money on the table, so use this credit before it’s too late so I can sleep at night. I imagine readers will have questions, feel free to ask them in the comments (and also see if yours is already answered) and I’ll do my best to answer them all (you can also answer them if you know the answer).
You can view other posts in this series:
- Haven’t Used Your American Express $200/$100 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
- Haven’t Used Your Citi Prestige $250 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
- Haven’t Used Your Chase Ritz-Carlton $300 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know