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The deal to get $15 off your next qualifying Amazon purchase of $60+ when you pay with at least one Chase Ultimate Rewards point is back. This is the same offer we’ve seen in the past. Even though the terms on the promotion page say the offer is expired many people have been able to get the discount to work, including accounts that were eligible for this offer earlier in the year.
Earning Chase Ultimate Rewards points is easy with cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, even the cash back points you earn with the Chase Freedom® or Chase Freedom Unlimited® can qualify for this deal.
Save at Amazon with Chase Ultimate Rewards points
You can use this link to check if you’re eligible for this Chase Amazon deal.
To qualify for the deal you must:
- Click the “Click to activate” button found here (you’ll need to be signed in to your Amazon account)
- Spend $60 or more on eligible products (sold & shipped by Amazon)
- Use at least 1 Chase Ultimate Rewards point from an eligible linked card to pay for the purchase
Any of these Chase credit cards can qualify you for this offer:
- Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
- Chase Freedom Unlimited®
- Chase Freedom®
- Ink Business Unlimited℠ Credit Card
- Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- Chase Sapphire Reserve®
Once you click the activate button it will tell you whether or not you qualified for the offer. If you’re eligible, you’ll see the $15 savings applied at checkout.
One of the best parts of this deal is that you can use it to save on many third-party gift cards sold by Amazon, think Whole Foods, Starbucks, Southwest Airlines, Best Buy, Uber and more. So even if you don’t have anything to buy from Amazon right now, it could make sense to stock on gift cards before the deal goes away.
If you don’t see the discount applied, it’s most likely because you have less than $60 worth of items sold and shipped by Amazon in your cart.
Take a look at the screen shot below where I’ve highlighted the section that shows you who the seller is. Just because something is eligible for Prime shipping doesn’t necessarily mean that it is sold and shipped by Amazon. For example, this blanket won’t count toward the $60 minimum.
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