Published on November 20th, 2019 | by William Charles162
[Rumor] Chase To Add Dining/Delivery Credit To Chase Sapphire Reserve, Increase Annual Fee To $550
Update 11/20/19: Apparently as part of the dining/delivery credit being added Chase is also considering increasing the annual fee to $550. Some links are already showing this $550 annual fee, but I believe those are part of tests Chase plans to run. The $550 annual fee source isn’t one of our normal sources, so I’m unsure how reliable this information is but think it’s credible enough to post.
Original post: According to a source familiar with the matter Chase is currently planning on adding a dining/delivery credit to the Chase Sapphire Reserve. This is in response to the Uber credit the American Express Platinum card offers (can also be used on UberEats) and the GrubHub credit the American Express Gold card offers. It isn’t clear how much the benefit will be or who the provider will be, but I would expect a monthly credit of anywhere from $10-$20 with $10 or $15 being the most likely. It also isn’t clear when this benefit would be introduced and if there will be any change to the annual fee or any of the other benefits on this card. When we know more we will be sure to share.