Check your Chase cards, folks! A new Chase Offer is out and can earn you a $50 statement credit for eligible travel purchases made through Chase Travel.
A minimum spend of $500 is required to trigger the offer. Targeted cardholders must first add the offer to their eligible card. The offer expires soon: December 31, 2023.
This could come in handy for Delta SkyMiles members looking to earn MQD next year — but save a little money in the process.
We haven’t found any really great mileage runs in a bit. But when we do, they might be bookable on Chase Travel. That, too, might save you some money toward status this year or next.
Is there a way to use the offer if you don’t have any specific travel you want to book? I guess you could spend at least $500 on an airline purchase — and then cancel it through the airline a few days later. You should receive an e-credit from the airline. Beware, though, that Chase might be a step ahead of you.
“Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase is returned or cancelled,” state the offer’s terms. “Abuse of offers may result in exclusion from future offers.”
So, keep that in mind.
I received the offer on my Chase Freedom Flex℠. In addition to the $50 statement credit, I should score 2,500 bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards® points. The Chase Freedom Flex℠ earns 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards® points for purchases made through Chase Ultimate Rewards® (which is the same thing as Chase Travel).
Chase Sapphire Reserve®® cardholders might be especially happy. That earns 5X points on flights and 10X points on hotel bookings and car rentals purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards® (immediately after the first $300 is spent on travel purchases annually).
Were you targeted for the offer? If so, on which card(s)?
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