Chase Pay Bonus! Earn 1,500 Bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points This Holiday Season!
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Get your phone out! There’s a new offer from Chase, and Sapphire and Freedom cardholders can earn 1,500 bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards points for using Chase Pay 5 times at merchants (in-store or online!) that accept Chase Pay.
I received an email about the offer and definitely plan on using my Chase Sapphire Reserve® card to rack up these bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards points. So check to see if you’ve been targeted too!
To earn the 1,500-point bonus, you must use Chase Pay 5 times and spend $25+ on each transaction with the same eligible card. The offer runs through December 31, 2018.
It’s also important to note that 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. So even if you have 2 Chase cards, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, or either of the Chase Freedom cards for example, you can only earn the bonus once.
With over 2 months left in the year, it shouldn’t be too hard to meet the offer requirements. Plus, there are lots of stores that accept Chase Pay, including ever-popular spots like Starbucks, BestBuy, and Walmart.
The holiday season is also upon us, so you could always take advantage of this deal when you’re out purchasing gifts for friends and loved ones. They’re getting something nice, so you might as well too! 😉
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