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Update: 6/16/15:
So I smed chase again and got the same response, denying to match to 140k. I then called Chase and got a very nice rep who tried to match it for me but was unsuccessful. It said in her system that they were only matching to 140k credit cards that were applied before April 30th. I applied May 14th. She then gave me 5k Ritz points as a courtesy and told me to try to call Ritz Rewards and ask them to replace my 2 free nights with the equivalent amount of points (probably not 140k). I did just that and the Ritz rep said she cannot do that. Blah blah.....
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Update: 3/23/15: Many recent reports of successful match to 140k offer via SM
Updated link:
Standard offer is for 2 free nights at Ritz Cat 1-4 which is not too bad either.

Update 2/9/15: DEAD     
current offer  140k bonus points +$300 airline credit annual fee 395 not waived

To get $300 airline credit call 1-855-896-2222
don't buy gift cards from Chase affiliated airlines (United, SW..)
As Chase may be able to see what you purchased

JetBlue seat upgrades and delta seat upgrades worked for me.
Airline GC are very YMMV as there are reports of chase asking for receipts.
(Seat upgrades are officially covered in the T & C.)
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Re: Ritz Carlton CC Master Thread
« Reply #2900 on: April 09, 2024, 05:34:21 PM »
Another question if I just buy a ticket straight from an airline would ritz Carlton card  reimburse It or only specialize purchases such as Wi-Fi in flight meals etc..

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Re: Ritz Carlton CC Master Thread
« Reply #2901 on: April 09, 2024, 06:02:37 PM »
It really depends on the rep you speak with. They can approve any airline charges.