New Chase Sapphire Experiences – Galapagos Island Tour, Mexican Food Trip, and More With Your Ultimate Rewards Points!
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If you haven’t heard of Chase Sapphire experiences, they’re a cool feature that folks with either the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve can use to try unique activities and attend special events as VIPs.
And you if have one of those cards, you can even use Chase points earned from other Chase cards (like the Ink Business Preferred Credit Card) to pay for the experiences!
Well, we’ve been taking a look every once in a while to see just how dazzling these experiences are. Chase has now expanded their partnership with Atlas Obscura to include new tours and experiences for cardholders through the Chase Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal. And honestly, some of them look pretty amazing!
For example, we’ve recently seen a tasting tour through Mexico City, village hopping through Colombia, and movie buff scavenger hunt through Chicago!
There are plenty of thoughtful ideas listed. And even if you’re not interested in spending Chase Ultimate Rewards points for those experiences, browsing through the listings is a fun way to jolt your creativity for your next trip!
Coming up are things like:
- A weekend package for 2 at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival
- Tickets to see Tracy Morgan
- Golden State Warriors Suite Night and Championship Trophy Visit
- Chef Showcase at Le Bernardin Privé – A Collaboration between Chef Ripert & Chef Boulud
- Galapagos Islands Expedition
- An Immersive Mexico City food tour
And plenty more!
Have you ever used Chase Sapphire Experiences? I’d LOVE to hear about it.
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