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Sapphire Reserve Cardholders Will Get Five Extra Months Of Lyft Pink

by joeheg

Before the coronavirus pandemic, there was a ride-share battle going on between premium travel credit cards. AMEX was the first to the party, when they formed a partnership with Uber and gave American Express Platinum cardholders monthly credits for Uber charges. Lyft then partnered with Chase to offer many of its cardholders bonuses when using Lyft through March 2022.

  • 10X total Chase Ultimate Rewards® points, and one free year of Lyft Pink
    • Chase Sapphire Reserve
    • J.P. Morgan Reserve
  • 5X total Chase Ultimate Rewards® points
    • Chase Sapphire Preferred
    • Chase Sapphire
    • Ink Business Preferred
    • Ink Plus
  • 5% total cashback
    • Ink Business Cash
    • Ink Cash
    • Ink Business Unlimited
    • Chase Freedom
    • Chase Freedom Unlimited
    • Chase Freedom Student

I even got to take advantage of this perk when using Lyft in Manhattan and San Francisco in February and March of this year. That was the last time I’ve opened any ride-share app.

Chase is making good considering that this offer was available most of the time, people were not traveling anywhere. For Sapphire Reserve and J.P Morgan Reserve cardholders, the free Lyft Pink membership has been extended.

Limited time offer: Get 5 BONUS MONTHS free of Lyft Pink when you activate by Oct. 31, 2020 with your Chase Sapphire Reserve® card (that’s up to 17 months total!). Already enrolled in Lyft Pink? You’re in luck, too! Five bonus months will be automatically added to your membership.

If you’re already signed up, your membership will be automatically extended for 5 months. If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do so at this link. You need to act quickly as you only have until the end of October to enroll in this offer.

I’m glad to see that banks are still trying to add value to cards since people will have to make some tough decisions when a $500+ annual fee is coming due and it’s still an unknown when people will be able to travel freely around the world again. Anyone up for a trip to Australia in 2022?

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This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary





RetiredATLATC October 12, 2020 - 3:21 pm

Only worth anything if you live somewhere that has Lyft. Those of us that don’t live in cities, and won’t be traveling for some time, find this useless.

George October 13, 2020 - 12:21 am

I use Lyft in the USA when going back and forth to airport. Double up on delta miles that way.

Now on vacation in Europe and using Uber during the week for basic things. No Lyft here.

They’re all the same anyway.

So weird people aren’t traveling still.
What are people waiting for ?

Gman October 13, 2020 - 6:04 pm

Too bad they can’t figure out a way to benefit ALL their card holders! Could make it 5 years of Lyft and it would be of no benefit to me… and many others, I’m sure.
Big wup!


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