Chase Pay Offer: Easy $10 Credit for $15+ in Restaurant Purchases! (Targeted?)

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Check your Chase Pay app because there is an offer (possibly targeted) for saving a bit of cash on your dining expenses.  You’ll be able to earn a $10 meal credit after making 3 purchases of $5+ at eligible restaurants.  To earn the meal credit, you’ll need to complete the transactions by November 30, 2018.

Looking through the app, there are tons of dining options to choose from.  Remember, to use Chase Pay you’ll need a personal Chase card, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, or one of the Chase Freedom cards.  Business cards like the Ink Business Preferred Credit Card and co-branded cards like The World Of Hyatt Credit Card won’t show up in your Chase Pay app.

I’ll Have No Problem Earning This Credit With My PotBelly Purchases!

To qualify for this promotion, you’ll need to either pay in-store using Chase Pay’s QR code or order directly through the Chase Pay app.  So if you’ve linked Chase Pay to Samsung Pay, payments with Samsung Pay will NOT qualify for this offer.  Because the terms specifically say tap and pay transactions are not eligible.

The credit will be valid for 30 days, so make sure that if you earn it you don’t let it expire on you.

It might be possible to stack this deal with the Chase Pay 1,500 Chase Ultimate Rewards points bonus offer, but I haven’t tried it myself.  So if you have please let me know whether or not it worked.

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Jason Stauffer is a contributor to Million Mile Secrets, he covers topics on points and miles, credit cards, airlines, hotels, and general travel.

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