1,2,…3X Points on Dining Today With Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card

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

If you eat out today, remember to pay with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card!

It’s the 1st Friday of the month, which means you’ll earn 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on dining today.  This includes restaurants as well as some bars and night clubs that also serve food.

123X Points On Dining Today With Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card

How Can You Make a Nice Meal With an Incredible View Better? By Earning 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards Points With Your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card!

You don’t need to register or have a special coupon, just pay with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card and you’ll automatically earn the bonus points.

And if you register your Chase Sapphire Preferred with Rewards Network and dine at a participating location, you’ll earn up to another 5X airline miles or hotel points.

There will only be 2 more chances to take advantage of this deal, because it won’t return in 2016.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred usually earns 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on dining (and travel).  So I wouldn’t go out of my way for 1 more point per $1.

But earning 3X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on dining today is a nice bonus if it fits in with your plans.

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