100K Sign-Up for New United Quest + Marriott & Best Ever Chase Sapphire Preferred

by Zoe

Two great 100k offers available this weekend from Chase plus the best ever Chase Sapphire Preferred offer and a FINALLY increased Chase Sapphire Reserve sign-up.

United QuestSM Card

Wow, United and Chase are out with a new card – the United QuestSM Card and for a limited-time the launch offer is up to 100,000 MileagePlus bonus miles .

  • Earn 80,000 bonus MileagePlus miles after spending $5,000 within three months
  • Earn an additional 20,000 bonus MileagePlus miles after spending an additional $5,000 within six months

Essentially, after spending $10,000 within six months, you’ll earn 100,000 MileagePlus bonus miles. But that’s not it. The United QuestSM Card has other great perks which make it well worth the $250 fee. We are talking…

  • $125 credit on United purchases each account anniversary year
  • 5,000 miles back in your MileagePlus® account after you take a United® or United Express–operated award flight booked with your miles — up to 2 times every anniversary year for up to 10,000 miles back!
  • 25% back on United inflight purchases
  • Priority boarding
  • 1st and 2nd checked bags free for the cardholder and one companion on the same booking
  • Up to $100 Global Entry or TSA PreCheck fee credit
  • Earn 3X miles on United Airlines purchases, Earn 2X miles at restaurants and on select streaming services, and Earn 2X miles on all other travelUnited Quest Card 100,000 Bonus Mile Offer

All of this and up to 100,000 miles for signing up. Not a bad deal at all! Check out the full details for the United QuestSM Card  and application here.

Marriott Bonvoy BoundlessTM Credit Card
This bonus was just 70,000-75,000 Bonvoy points earlier this week. Chase has now increased the sign-up back to 100,000 points after just $3,000 in spend in the first 3 months. This is the highest the offer has ever been – usually with a higher spend requirement. The card also includes an annual free night after each account anniversary at hotels up to 35,000 points. The card has a $95 annual fee which is not waived for the first year.

Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card:
Another WOW, Chase has brought back their biggest ever publicly available 80,000 points offer for the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card! You’ll earn 80,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 within the first 3 months. In addition, Chase has added a special $50 in statement credits towards supermarkets / grocery store purchases for the first year.  The card does have an annual fee of $95 and you cannot receive the bonus if you currently have the Chase Sapphire Reserve or if you have received a bonus for either card for the past 24 months.

The card earns double points on travel and restaurant purchases and 5x points on Lyft. You’ll also receive a complimentary DashPass subscription from DoorDash to get unlimited deliveries with a $0 delivery fee + earn up to $60 back on a Peloton membership through 12/31/2021

You can see full details and the application here.

Chase Sapphire Reserve® 
For the first time since this card came out 4+ years ago, Chase is finally offering an increased offer from the normal 50,000 point sign-up. The current bonus is 60,0000 points after spending $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months. That’s an increase of 10,000 points and a lower spend requirement.  You’re likely aware, the card earns 3x points on travel and dining as well as a $300 travel credit (good at gas stations and supermarkets through December 31, 2021. You can also receive a complimentary DashPass subscription from DoorDash and a $60 DoorDash statement credit, 10x points on Peloton Bike, Tread and accessory purchase over $1,800, with a max earn of 50,000 points and up to $120 in statement credits on monthly memberships. The card has a $550 annual fee.

All of these cards fall under Chase’s 5/24 rule that prevents you from being approved if you opened five or more new card accounts in the past 24 months.

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