Chase Sapphire Preferred has some of the most valuable and most diverse points in the industry – and they’re currently offering an 80,000 point signup bonus.
If you haven’t explored the world of point-hacking, this is a great way to start. For simply signing up, paying the $95 annual fee, and spending $4000 with this card, you can get enough points to:
- Book two round-trip flights anywhere in Mexico, the Caribbean, or Europe ($1000 to $3000 value)
- Book one round-trip to Europe in Business class ($4000 to $10,000 value)
- Book as many as 8 domestic flights on Southwest ($1600 to $2400 value)
- Get 3 to 5 free nights at a luxury resort anywhere around the world (including all-inclusives.)
- If you REALLY learn how to hunt-down point-bargains – you can book a one-way flight in a first-class private suite. ($10,000 to $15,000 value)
But most importantly – having a stash of points is like having monopoly money you can use any time you don’t like the cost of a flight you’re looking at.
If you’re not familiar with point-hacking, try this quick-start guide (but don’t use the referral link in it. That only gets you 60,000 points.)
Seriously – this is a great value.
- Already have a travel card? Spending $4000 on it will get you 4000 points. Get this card, spend $4000, and go back to your old one after collecting your 84,000 points.
- Already have a Chase Sapphire card? Have your significant other get one.
- Loyal to Delta? You can do more with 80,000 Ultimate Rewards points than 200,000 Delta points (and “Delta One” doesn’t hold a candle to a private suite on Singapore Air or Emirates.)
- Prefer cash-back? 80,000 points is worth $800 in cash or statement credits ($400 if they’re Capital One points). 80,000 points with this card can be redeemed for $1200 to $15,000 in travel benefits.
Joel “We flew home from Singapore in a $7000 lie-flat business seat for less points than Chase is giving away just for trying their card.” McDonald
PS – Don’t want to mess with frequent flyer points? Most of the trips we share at Just Get Out Of Town – are actually better deals than redeeming frequent flyer points. You can see for yourself at JustGetOutOfTown.com