Chase Ultimate Rewards - Points Worth 20% more on Apple products

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Chase Ultimate Rewards: Sapphire Reserve points are worth 20% more when you redeem for any product on the Apple® Ultimate Rewards® Store. (Select Cards only - YMMV). Offer valid Until the earlier of 06/18/20 or while supplies last.
  • Login your Chase Account > Go to Ultimate Rewards > Scroll down to see "Your points are worth 20% more"
  • NEW iPhone SE 64GB - 33,249 Points or $399
  • MacBook Air 256GB - 83,249 Points or $999.00
  • AirPods Pro - 20,749 Points or $249.00

Posted May 21, 2020 at 20:36 PM EDT
by cheetah


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By anonymous on 05/23/2020, 10:28 PM EDT
Chase Ultimate Rewards points worth 2 cents each. So 20% more (1.2 cents) is not the best redemption. Save the points for future travels.

By anonymous on 05/22/2020, 09:46 AM EDT
Only 5% on mine as well. //@Anonymous: Only got 5% more in my account, not 20%:(

By anonymous on 05/22/2020, 09:19 AM EDT
Not everyone gets 20% off. I only have 10% off

By anonymous on 05/22/2020, 08:27 AM EDT
My INK Business Preferred does not have this promotion

By anonymous on 05/22/2020, 08:09 AM EDT
no //@anonymous: You don’t have to pay taxes with points. Is that so?

By anonymous on 05/22/2020, 08:09 AM EDT
How come I see only 10%?

By anonymous on 05/21/2020, 11:58 PM EDT
You don’t have to pay taxes with points. Is that so?

By anonymous on 05/21/2020, 11:25 PM EDT
If purchased with points.... taxes are still charged

By cheetah on 05/21/2020, 09:45 PM EDT
You are right :) //@Anonymous: Not to be pedantic, but "points worth 20% more" is not the same as "save 20%". If your points are worth 20% more then 1 point = $1.20, or equivalently 1 point / $1.20 = 0.833 points per dollar. So it's roughly a 17% discount.

By anonymous on 05/21/2020, 09:17 PM EDT
Only got 5% more in my account, not 20%:(

By anonymous on 05/21/2020, 09:09 PM EDT
Not to be pedantic, but "points worth 20% more" is not the same as "save 20%". If your points are worth 20% more then 1 point = $1.20, or equivalently 1 point / $1.20 = 0.833 points per dollar. So it's roughly a 17% discount.

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