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Chase announces Paris Olympics perks for Sapphire Reserve cardholders

If you are one Reserve Chase Sapphire® Cardholders looking for more reasons to attend this year’s Olympic Games, you’ve just found them.

Chase has announced perks for attendees of this year’s Olympic Games in Paris, including access to private lounges and exclusive dining events.

Here’s what to know and how you can take advantage as a Sapphire Reserve cardholder.

Sapphire Reserve Paris Olympics perks

Through Visa’s partnership with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Reserve sapphire Cardholders will have access to several premium perks for this year’s Paris Olympics.

Lounge access

First, cardholders will have access to the Visa Lounge for the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Located on the Seine River, Chase promises the space will offer “meet and greets with Olympic legends,” curated culinary experiences and more. You’ll be able to enjoy “classic French summer dishes” along with a complimentary drink (alcoholic drink, cocktail or mocktail). Additional drinks will be available from the cashier.

The lounge will be open to Sapphire Reserve cardholders and one guest from July 27 to August 11, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. local time. You will need to present your card to enter, but entry will not require a reservation.

Book an exclusive dinner

Additionally, cardholders can make exclusive dinner reservations at Girafe Paris, an iconic restaurant with views of the Eiffel Tower. The experience will feature an a la carte menu featuring collaborative dishes from chefs Ignacio Mattos and Charles Ducrocq.


You can visit for more information on how to make a reservation.

Bottom line

If you are the proud owner of Chase Sapphire Sanctuary and are wondering about attending this year’s Olympic Games in Paris, these cardholder perks may be enough to convince you to book in advance.

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With exclusive lounge access and the ability to book a spot at a Paris hotspot, Sapphire Reserve doesn’t seem to be giving up on offering premium perks anytime soon.

If you’re not yet a Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholder, now is a great time to become one. In addition to access to this exclusive Olympics event, new cardholders can earn 75,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 in the first three months of account opening.

Check out ours Full review of Chase Sapphire Reserve for more information.

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