Some Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders can enjoy an extra five months of their complimentary Lyft Pink membership.
What is the Chase Sapphire Preferred – Lyft Pink Benefit?
Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders are entitled to (at least) a 12-month membership to Lyft Pink.
Lyft emailed its current Chase Sapphire Reserve-acquired Lyft Pink members yesterday with news that their memberships now get a bonus five-month extension.
What if You Haven’t Activated the Lyft Pink Benefit Yet?
If you hold a Chase Sapphire Reserve (or want to get one soon, I guess) but didn’t yet opt-in to Lyft Pink, you can still take advantage of the complimentary 17-month membership. But you must enroll in Lyft Pink by October 31, 2020, to receive the five-month bonus.
This is certainly a pleasant gesture of goodwill, considering many people are probably leery of going out.
But What if I’m Not Traveling Soon?
There’s quite a big window to take advantage of the Lyft Pink – Chase Sapphire Reserve benefit. The current deadline for enrollment is March 31, 2022. So if you’re not yet a member or cardholder, you basically have and a year and a half to take advantage of the perk — and then another 12 months to use it.
What is Lyft Pink?
Lyft Pink is Lyft’s subscription service that costs $19.99 per month. (Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders who sign up for the service, of course, enjoy it fee-free for a prescribed time.)
It carries several benefits including:
- 15% off unlimited car rides
- Priority airport pickups
- Relaxed cancellations (They’ll waive up to three cancel fees per month if you rebook within 15 minutes.)
- Season discounts and exclusive offers
- Waived lost and found fees
- Bikes and scooters (Enjoy three free 30-min. bike or scooter rides each month (in select markets)
Lyft Pink members also receive complimentary GrubHub+ membership.
I don’t use rideshare enough — even during non-pandemic times — that I’d pay for Lyft Pink. But if you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve card, it’s a good perk to activate.
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