Last updated on November 4th, 2021
Chase Ink Business, Freedom, and Sapphire cardmembers can now enjoy extra savings with Apple, thanks to the card issuer’s new Apple Ultimate Rewards promotion. Through the end of November, eligible Chase cardholders can enjoy up to 50% more value when using rewards for Apple products, including the new iPhone 13 and Apple Watch 7. Here are all the details:
Chase Unveils Apple Ultimate Rewards Promotion for Holiday Shopping
Chase is bringing back its popular Apple redemption offer for eligible cardmembers. Effective November 1, Chase Freedom and Sapphire cardmembers enjoy up to 50% more value from their points when using them to purchase Apple products through the Ultimate Rewards® portal.
Throughout November (ending on November 30, 2022), eligible Chase cardholders can save up to 50% when redeeming rewards with Apple. Current eligible Chase credit cards include:
Chase Freedom Cards
Starting November 1 – November 30, 2021, Chase Freedom, Freedom Unlimited, Freedom Flex, and Freedom Student cardmembers enjoy 10% more value with points when redeemed for Apple products through Ultimate Rewards.
Chase Sapphire Cards
Starting November 1 – November 30, 2021, Chase Sapphire Preferred cardmembers enjoy 25% more value with points when redeemed for Apple products through Ultimate Rewards.
Chase Sapphire Reserve cardmembers receive even more value, with Ultimate Rewards points worth 50% more when redeeming for Apple products through the Ultimate Rewards portal.
Ink Business Cards
Chase Ink small business cardmembers also enjoy enhanced redemption value when using points with Apple:
- Ink Business Cash, Ink Cash, and Ink Business Unlimited:
- Starting November 1 – November 30, 2021: Points are worth 10% more when redeemed for Apple products through Ultimate Rewards®.
- Ink Business Preferred and Ink Plus
- Starting November 1 – November 30, 2021: Points are worth 25% more when redeemed for Apple products through Ultimate Rewards®.
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