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Check your email!  Another round of Chase Pay offers just came out!  I got an email today with an offer from Chase and so did my teammate Jason.

With this deal, Chase Sapphire and Freedom cardholders can earn 1,500 bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards points when they use Chase Pay 5 times and spend $25+ on each transaction with the same eligible card.  Qualifying purchases must be made by December 31, 2018.

I received an email about the offer just this morning, and I plan to use my Chase Sapphire Reserve® card to earn bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards points.  They’re my favorite kind of flexible rewards points for travel!

I Love Earning Bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for Purchases I Plan on Making Anyway

I figure it’ll be pretty easy for most of y’all to meet the offer requirements.  Especially given it’s the holiday season and you probably have lots of shopping to do!  Plus, there are lots of stores that accept Chase Pay, including outfits like Starbucks, Best Buy, and Walmart.

Just note, if you’re paying in-store, you must use a QR code to redeem the offer.  The offer does NOT apply to tap and pay transactions.  Plus, it’s only available once per customer.

Were any of your Chase cards targeted for this deal?  If so, do you plan on taking advantage of the offer?  Share your thoughts in the comments!

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