New Chase Tool Shows Your Sign-Up Bonus Spending Progress

Mar 20, 2019

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Good news, everyone! Some Chase users are reporting that the issuer now offers a sign-up bonus progress tracker that shows how much additional spend you need to complete in order to qualify for your sign-up bonus. You can also count down to the deadline by which you need to spend that amount.

TPG reader Jennifer W. shared screenshots of her progress tracker toward earning the Chase Sapphire Reserve’s bonus in both desktop and mobile app versions:

Thus far, it appears the tracker has only been rolled out to a select subset of Chase customers, but hopefully it will soon be available for all users. If you’re one of the lucky users, you’ll find this tool under the Ultimate Rewards section of both the desktop and the mobile app version. So far, users have reported the tracker for both the Chase Sapphire Reserve, as well as on the Chase Ink Preferred.

If you’ve ever struggled to track your progress toward your latest sign-up bonus, this is a fantastic tool to help you do so. Other issuers including Amex offer their own versions of this functionality, so it’s nice to see Chase stepping up.

We’ve reached out to Chase for more information and will share as we learn more.

H/T: Doctor of Credit

Featured photo by The Points Guy.

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