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CSP 55k Offer?

Anyone else seeing that they've changed the offer to 50k points after a $3,000 spend in the first 3 months and another 5k points with first purchase and adding AU. The catch seems to be a $125 annual fee (instead of the previous $95) with the first year waived. Thoughts?

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Haven't seen that one.  Where did you find it?  Do you have a link?

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

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can you please post a link to the deal?? I only see something about an AU purchase for 5k, nothing about a 50k point bonus.

 

https://creditcards.chase.com/sapphire/offer-detailsCSP?ecm=csp

 

 

Just added my wife as an AU on my CSP, hopefully they respond to my SM, and say that my AU is eligable for the 5k bonus point

 

 



12/28/13 (Garden Start Date)



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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Maybe a typo? With the new AU bonus it brings it up to 45k.


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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

I don't know if it's okay to post about it, (feel free to fix it Lexie!) I saw that offer @ Slickdeals.

http://slickdeals.net/f/6446414-chase-sapphire-preferred-credit-card-55k-points-after-3k-spend-wooho...

 

annual fee increased to $125.... :smileymad:

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?


09Lexie wrote:
Guess they have to pay for those chips somehow :smileylol:

+1

 

LOL... no kidding!  Want chip = pay more... :robotlol:

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

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I wonder how this change affects the sign up bonus they offer when you apply for CSP at a branch.


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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

What's really interesting is the sign up bonus (except for the spend) is the same I got as a CPC.
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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

sent a secure message for those 50k and 5k AU bonus points. hopefully they say yes just like the Freedom, but the raise in AF has me worried some, could be a way for them to say nope sorry we wont honor it.



12/28/13 (Garden Start Date)



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