Chase Pay Deal: Quick & Easy $7 Off Movie Tickets

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Chase Pay Deal:  Quick & Easy $7 Off Movie Tickets

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Through November 25, 2018, you can use Chase Pay for an easy $7 off a movie ticket purchased through Atom Tickets.  And if you’re buying a few tickets at the same time, this purchase might even count toward earning an extra 1,500 Chase Ultimate Rewards points with this other promotion.

I usually catch a movie with family over the Thanksgiving holiday, so I plan on taking advantage of this deal.  I’ll probably use my Chase Freedom card because Chase Pay is one of the 4th quarter 5% bonus categories.

This Chase Pay Offer Can Save You Some Cash on Expensive Movie Tickets

Chase Pay Movie Ticket Discount

To get the discount you’ll need to make the purchase through either the Atom Tickets website or mobile app.  Then choose Chase Pay as your payment method at check-out.  The discount will automatically be applied.

If you’ve never used Chase Pay you’ll be prompted to set it up, but you don’t need to create an Atom Tickets account (you can check-out as a guest).

The terms say “offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount,” however I don’t believe this includes the Freedom card’s bonus category.  And my guess is if you spent $25+ in a single transaction it would still count as 1 of the purchases needed to earn the bonus Chase Ultimate rewards points with this other promotion.  But I could be wrong, so if you have experience one way or the other, please let me know in the comments.

You can check out the full terms of the deal here.

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I’ve seen several posts about the extra 1500 bonus points with Chase Pay and I inquired on my own accounts. It is on my Reserve card for the 5 transactions with a minimum $25 as they confirmed, but non on my Freedom as Chase Pay is already a bonus category. Unless it is different from cardholder to cardholder, I don’t believe Freedom is part of this.