2,500 Free Chase Ultimate Reward Points ($25+ Value) – Deal Dead

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2,500 Free Chase Ultimate Reward Points ($25+ Value) – Deal Dead

Million Mile Secrets2,500 Free Chase Ultimate Reward Points ($25+ Value) – Deal DeadMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Update September 14, 2011, 8:21 pm: Deal is now dead.

Updated September 5, 2011, 5:51 pm:  You need a Chase credit card which earns Ultimate Reward points (Chase Freedom, Sapphire or Ink card) or a Chase debit card linked to a Chase bank account which earns Ultimate Rewards points to get the 2,500 free points.

Via the #hustle blog, sign up for membership with stamps.com (the first 4 weeks is free) using your Chase Freedom, Sapphire, or Ink credit card and get 2,500 free Ultimate Reward points + $5 free stamps!

Before 4 weeks call 888-434-0055 to cancel your account or you will get billed $15.99.

It took me less than 5 minutes to sign up!

If you do decide to sign up, DON’T order the free shipping scale, since you have to pay a shipping fee for that.

This offer is only available for folks who have a Chase card (debit or credit) which earns Ultimate Reward points( which should be many readers of this blog!)

Step 1

Log in to your Chase Ultimate Reward account and search for “stamps” in the search box.

You can also sign in to your Chase Ultimate Rewards account by logging in to your Chase credit card account and then selecting “Ultimate Rewards.”

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Search For “Stamps” In The Ultimate Rewards Search Box

Step 2

Click on the “Stamps.com” offer for 2,500 free Ultimate Reward Points.

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Just A Few Minutes Away From 2,500 Free Ultimate Reward Points!

Step 3

Follow the directions to sign up.  Or look at the screenshots in the #hustle blog

Remember to:

  • Use your Chase Sapphire, Freedom, or Ink card, or debit card linked to a Chase bank account which earns Ultimate Rewards points to sign up (you won’t get the points if you use another card)
  • NOT  order the weighing scale (unless you have to have it!) because you have to pay shipping

Chase ultimate reward points can be redeemed for gift cards so you’re getting at least $25 for free!

You may be able to transfer Ultimate Reward points to British Airways or Continental Airlines or to hotels such as Hyatt and Marriott.  A free night at a category 1 Hyatt is 5,000 points, so you’re half way there!

(Hat Tip to the #hustle blog!)

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Yang, I was just about to forward Daraius that email. It is nice to know that I don’t have to call in to cancel. My 2500 points posted within a few days after I registered.

I got this email too! Does this mean that Chase will not honor the 2500 points? My Chase Ultimate Rewards account shows the 2500 point earnings from Stamps.com (even though it has not posted yet).

Million Mile Secrets

@Yang – Thanks for sharing. The good news is that we don’t have to call to cancel the account!

@Jenny – I suspect that Chase Ultimate Rewards will honor the promotion, because of the PR backlash if they don’t. We’ll know for sure when the points are actually in our accounts!

Today I got the following email from Stamps.com and they automatically terminated my subscription. They also said the promotion was a mistake.

————Email from Stamps.com————————–


Important News Regarding your Stamps.com Account!

Thank you for signing up for the Stamps.com online postage service. We’re contacting you to let you know about an important issue that has come to our attention. After closely reviewing our affiliate program, we discovered that Stamps.com was mistakenly promoted as part of the is Chase® Ultimate Rewards℠ Shopping Mall program by an affiliate partner.

The Chase Ultimate Rewards Shopping Mall program offers incentives or points to Chase customers, which violates the Stamps.com Terms & Conditions of our affiliate program. Stamps.com does not allow a third party to offer any form of incentives to new customers for signing up for our online postage service through our affiliate program.

Your Stamps.com account has been identified as part of the Chase Ultimate Rewards Shopping Mall program. In order to prevent any charges from appearing on your credit card, Stamps.com will be automatically closing your account. This account closure will also be reported to our affiliate partner. The action is being initiated to prevent your credit card from being charged the monthly subscription fee of $15.99 for the Stamps.com service.

If you have any questions about your Stamps.com account closure, please send an email to ChaseFAQ@Stamps.com. Please note that we can provide information on your Stamps.com account only. If you have any questions regarding the Chase Ultimate Rewards Shopping Mall program, please contact Chase Ultimate Rewards Customer Service.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience these events may cause.

Stamps.com Customer Service

I signed up on 05 September and the points posted to my account on the 13th. I called today, the 14th, to cancel. The automated cancellation agent, Rebecca, gave me the option to extend my free trial for another four weeks to give me a chance to spend the $5 in free postage that I hadn’t touched. That optional extension might be a way to keep your account open long enough for the points to post before you really cancel.


I’ve sent a secure message to Chase for the points and got this reply:

“Dear Xxxxx Xxxxx,

I am writing in response to your inquiry about the bonus

points on the Chase Sapphire account.

I would like to inform that the “Stamps.com” was correctly

made at the ultimate rewards mall website, and hence 2,500

bonus points will be awarded for it. Please note that the

bonus points will appear on the account within six to

eight weeks after purchase posts.

I appreciate your patience in this matter. If you have

any further questions, please reply using the Secure

Message Center.

Thank you,

Axxxx Kxxxx”

How is this going to be reflected in my account if it’s free for the first 30 days and then we cancel before we get billed?

I’m confused.


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