Most recently, we saw Chase offer a whopping 80,000 points welcome bonus with their Sapphire Preferred card. Similarly, Amex created a major splash with its current offers on the Amex Platinum card of 100,000 and 125,000 points. Here’s a list of current credit card welcome bonuses that are of 100k points or more. I’ve tried my best to include offers from most major credit card issuers. If you think that I missed out on any offer, please drop in a comment and I’d be happy to add it to the list.
Card Welcome Bonuses of 100k points or more
At the outset, I’d like to state that card issuers may compensate us via refer-a-friend links if they approve you for cards that you may apply for through some of the links in the post. However, I’ve also tried my best to include all offers of 100k points or more, regardless of whether they offer me a referral bonus.
As I’ve noted in previous posts, this blog does not partner with any credit card affiliates. Therefore, I always appreciate your support when you apply for a card through refer-a-friend links. This list may not include any targeted offers that card issuers may directly send out to you.
If you’re not able to see a particular offer, you can try opening the link in incognito or private browsing mode and you should be able to see these elevated credit card bonuses.
The Points Pundit loves these newly relaunched Chase credit cards!
Firstly, they offer you a 0% APR for the first 15 months.
Secondly, they have no annual fee and have a lucrative welcome bonus of $200 or 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $500 in the first 3 months.
Moreover, you can earn up to 60,000 Ultimate Rewards bonus points in the first year if you maximize the bonus points categories.
They’re packed with brand new benefits and bonus points categories.
Overall, a great option to carry in your wallet for everyday spend!
(Chase’s 5/24 rule may apply to both these cards)
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