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An Update on 2,500 Free Ultimate Rewards Points From Stamps.com

An Update on 2,500 Free Ultimate Rewards Points From Stamps.com

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Back in September, you could have signed up for a 4 week free subscription to stamps.com and got 2,500 free Chase Ultimate Rewards points.

As it turned out, Stamps.com cancelled all the accounts which signed up for the promotion (this was great, since you didn’t have to call and cancel your account after 4 weeks), but Chase honored the 2,500 Ultimate Reward promise.

Emily’s Ultimate Rewards account was credited with 2,500 points in September.

Chase Ultimate Rewards
2,500 points awarded in September

But Emily got a letter from Chase today (2 months later) assuring her that 2,500 Ultimate Rewards points would be credited to her account.

Ultimate Rewards 1
2,500 Free Ultimate Reward Points!

I’m not sure why we got the letter, but it is nice to know that Chase is committed to honoring the 2,500 miles stamps.com offer which was posted on the Ultimate Rewards shopping portal.

Personally, I believe that Chase is going to grab a nice piece of the premium credit card market from American Express and it is very refreshing to see such proactive customer service from Chase.

Bottom Line:  If you didn’t get your 2,500 free Ultimate Rewards points from the stamps.com sign-up, it doesn’t hurt to call and secure message Chase to let them know.

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Funny, I SM’ed them yesterday about the same thing as I didn’t see my points post..within a few hours I got a reply with 2500 more points. Awesome job Chase!

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@Bringer – I agree – Chase did a great job managing this promotion!

I never got points for signing up for stamps.com (didn’t get a cancellation letter from stamps.com either). Sent a secure message to Chase and an hour later I have 2500 more points in my chase UR account. Sweet!

As far as AMEX vs. Chase, I find it hard to put either one in the dog house. If I did, I’d just be missing out on offers. In the case of matching bonuses, Chase pulled the plug a lot sooner than AMEX. That allowed a lot more people to get AMEX bumps, including myself. While it was a pain to get AMEX to honor the bumps, at least AMEX honored the majority of them. Few got Chase to honor the Sapphire bump, so if I’m going to judge AMEX vs. Chase by the bumps I got, I’d have to give 100K more love to AMEX. That said, my love for either going forward is solely determined by card offers and bonuses they extend going forward. 😀

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@Hiker T – Congrats on the points! I suspect that going forward Chase will beat AMEX in the sign-up bonus game. Historically, AMEX has usually lower sign-up bonuses than Chase, but perhaps they will reconsider that soon. 🙂 And of course, we want to get BOTH AMEX and Chase sign-up bonuses!

I jumped on it early and actually received my Stamps.com order, so I got the free postage and the 2500 points, and I received the letter as well.

Thanks for a great post

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@Chip – Nice! Emily got the postage too, but we didn’t use it. 🙁

Concur… received points and letter. AMEX will need to do a better job (primarily with their MR Program).

Same delightful letter arrived in my mailbox yesterday too.

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@acker – I’m guessing you got your miles earlier too, right?