The reason I’m letting you guys know is because with my luck, there will be huge (yuuge!) problems. I honestly have no idea what to expect as it’s all new territory to me. So, if the site is down, don’t worry, it should be back up at some point… I hope. The transfer is scheduled for tomorrow, so there will be no posts for a day or two because they will most likely be lost if published.
I want to make sure everything is set and running just in time for official grand arrival of Chase Sapphire Reserve (August 21st), as I wouldn’t miss it for the world. It’s like a royal wedding and Olympics opening ceremony rolled into one, and I get to be a reporter in the front row. OK, technically, I’m like a small local newspaper rep put waaay in the back. But you get the point.
Anyway, so many posts have been written on this topic, I’m just going to link to TPG blog, lover of all things “Chase” and apparently, the feeling is mutual. Not that there is anything wrong with that! Oh, and a special shout-out to Zach Honig, TPG editor-in-chief, who has been tirelessly answering the same questions on this card over and over again. There are 500 comments so far, and counting. Must be some kind of record.
For now, y’all have to keep on drooling. But do periodically check this Reddit sub-forum because you never know, Chase Sapphire Reserve just might give you a sneak peek like it did a few days ago. Such a tease. Sorry folks, the link was only up for an hour and looked kind of shady. But it was for realz! Of course, the biggest question is whether Chase 5/24 rule will apply once the link officially goes live.
Where was I again? If you have a question and the site is down, please, don’t hesitate to email me at email@example.com or reach out via Twitter I’m still here and eager to help! My domain name will remain the same, so as far as I know, you won’t have to re-subscribe, though I’m not positive on Feedly followers. Either way, we’ll know for sure soon enough. See you on the other side. 🙂