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It looks like Chase is stepping up their credit card benefits game!
Via Deals We Like, Chase has introduced Chase Offers, which offer rebates or discounts for using your card for purchases at certain merchants.
AMEX Offers are an easy way to save on purchases you might make anyway. So if these deals are as useful as AMEX Offers, it’s a solid addition to Chase cards.
Chase Offers Available to Chase Marriott Cardholders
Chase is giving folks a way to save money on everyday purchases with their new Chase Offers benefit. You can combine them with other discounts and coupons you may find for even more savings!
If you’re familiar with AMEX Offers, you’ll have no trouble adapting to Chase Offers. From what I can tell, they’re nearly identical. And the good news is that there seems to be many different participating merchants from the current AMEX Offers! So you’ll have a wider variety of discounts if you have both AMEX and Chase cards.
There are a few decent offers at the moment, like:
- Whole Foods – Receive a $10 statement credit when you spend $25+
- Staples – Receive 10% back on your next purchase, up to $20
- Lowe’s – Receive a $10 statement credit when you spend $50+
- Hulu – Receive a $20 statement credit on Hulu with Live TV Subscription
- Papa John’s – Receive 10% back on a $25+ purchase
- Chili’s – Receive 10% back on a $25+ purchase
Chase Offers is currently only for Chase Marriott Rewards cardholders. But I’m hoping the benefit will roll out to other cards, too. I’ll let you know if I hear anything!
To register your Chase Marriott card, click this link and enter your information. You’ll need your Marriott credit card number and a few other details. You also get the opportunity to choose your location, which would theoretically give you deals more relevant to you. I think that’s pretty cool!
The addition of Chase Offers is a great way to help you save money on purchases you’d likely make anyway. And a great way to offset any annual fees you’re paying!
Chase Offers seem nearly identical to AMEX Offers, except with many different merchants. That means folks who have both AMEX and Chase cards will have a whole lot of options to save money on purchases they’d likely make anyway!
Let me know if you’ve had any experiences with Chase Offers so far!