Plan to Dine Out Today? Remember to Pay With Chase Sapphire Preferred to Earn 3X Points

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UPDATE: The Chase Sapphire Preferred no longer earns 3X points on the 1st Friday of the month.

Have plans to dine out today?  If you pay with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card, you’ll earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on your meal!

Plan To Dine Out Today Remember To Pay With Chase Sapphire Preferred To Earn 3X Points

If You’re Going Out Tonight, Remember to Pay With Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card to Earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards Points!

Plus, you can easily turn your 3X points into up to 8X points, I’ll explain!

What’s 1st Friday?

Link:   Chase Sapphire Preferred

Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholders normally earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on dining (and travel).  But on the 1st Friday of each month, you’ll earn 3 Chase Ultimate Rewards points per $1 spent when you eat out.

This deal won’t be returning next year, so there are only 3 more chances to take advantage of this bonus.  What I like about 1st Friday, is it’s easy.  You don’t have to register or show a coupon, just pay with your card.

Don’t plan on eating out tonight?  You’ll also earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on gift cards purchased directly from restaurants and at some bars and nightclubs that serve food.

Plan To Dine Out Today Remember To Pay With Chase Sapphire Preferred To Earn 3X Points

You Can Earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards Points on Drinks & Gift Cards Too!

And the Chase Sapphire Preferred does NOT charge foreign transaction fees.  So you can use your card to participate in 1st Friday, even if you’re traveling abroad.

I wouldn’t go out of my way to earn 1 extra Chase Ultimate Reward point per $1, but it’s a nice deal if you already have plans to go out to eat today!

How to Stack This Deal!

By signing-up for Rewards Network, dining at a participating restaurant, and paying with your registered Chase Sapphire Preferred card, you can earn up to another 5X points on your meal.

It’s free to create a Rewards Network account and you can choose to earn points with airline and hotel partners including:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta Airlines
  • Hilton Hotels
  • IHG Rewards
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Airlines
Plan To Dine Out Today Remember To Pay With Chase Sapphire Preferred To Earn 3X Points

Once You Sign-Up for Rewards Network and Register Your Card, You’ll Earn Bonus Points Whenever You Dine at Any of the 11,000+ Qualifying Locations

And the points you earn from Rewards Network can keep your airline and hotel points from expiring for another year or more!

See my previous post on 1st Friday for details on how the points can add up!

Bottom Line

Today’s 1st Friday!  So you can earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on dining with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card.

You only have a few more chances to take advantage of this deal before it’s over.

I wouldn’t buy dinner just to earn an extra point per $1.  If you’re already dining out today, it’s worth paying with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card to earn the bonus points.

And don’t forget, by registering your Chase Sapphire Preferred card with Rewards Network, you can earn up to 8X points when you eat at a participating restaurant today.

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