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As shared by Your Mileage May Vary earlier today, those with the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card have another reason to love being a cardmember this month. Through May 31st, Ultimate Rewards® points are worth 50% more when redeeming for Apple products.
This represents a huge value if you’re in market for a new MacBook, iPad, or iPhone. I priced out a new MacBook Pro. The cash cost would be $1,999. Normally, the redemption rate would be 199,900 Ultimate Rewards® points, but during the month of May, the cost drops to 133,266 points.
Terms & Conditions:
- Limited-Time Offer for Chase Sapphire Reserve cardmembers: From 05/01/2023 – 05/31/2023, each point you redeem for Apple merchandise in the Apple® Ultimate Rewards® Store is worth $0.0150, which means that 100 points equals $1.50 in redemption value. If you choose to use points and your Chase Sapphire Reserve® credit card to pay for your purchase, your credit card will be charged the full remaining dollar amount. For example, if you choose to buy Apple merchandise at $120 at $1.50 redemption value and pay for half using points, you would use 4,000 points and your credit card would be billed $60.
- AirPods, Apple, Apple TV, Apple Watch, HomePod, iMac, iPad, iPad Pro, iPhone, MacBook and MacBook Pro are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
Anthony’s Take: Since Apple products are rarely discounted aside from around Black Friday/Cyber Monday, this is a great opportunity to snag new tech for a good redemption value.
Anthony’s Credit Card Pick: The Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card is a great premium card with lots of benefits including a $300 Annual Travel Credit as reimbursement for travel purchases charged to your card each account anniversary year; 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs including Hyatt and United;
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