- If you have a Chase credit card or debit card, you could be eligible for Chase Offers.
- Chase Offers are cash-back deals for shopping at merchants like Starbucks and New Balance.
- I have the Chase Sapphire Reserve, and I currently see offers for cash back at Rite Aid, Sheraton, and more than a dozen other brands.
- You’re not guaranteed to see Chase Offers attached to your Chase account, but if you have multiple Chase cards, you will likely have offers attached to at least some of your cards.
- To use an offer, you just need to click to add it to your account and make a qualifying purchase with your eligible Chase card.
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Chase has a diverse lineup of credit cards, including options that earn cash back, more premium cards that earn Ultimate Rewards points, hotel and airline cards, and business credit cards.
If you have a Chase credit card or debit card, you could be eligible for Chase Offers. These deals get you cash back on purchases with a variety of retailers and restaurants once you add the offer to your card. Keep reading to see how it works, and what kind of offers you can expect to find.
Keep in mind that we’re focusing on the rewards and perks that make these credit cards great options, not things like interest rates and late fees, which will far outweigh the value of any points or miles. It’s important to practice financial discipline when using credit cards by paying your balances in full each month, making payments on time, and only spending what you can afford to pay back.
What are Chase Offers?
Chase Offers are deals available to select holders of Chase credit and debit cards. These offers get you cash back at a variety of retailers, from Rite Aid to New Balance to Starbucks.
Chase Offers generally get you cash back in the form of a percentage. For example, on my Chase Sapphire Reserve account I currently see an offer for 10% back at Blue Apron, with a $19 maximum. However, some offers get you a flat cash-back amount, such as $7 back at Stitch Fix.
Each Chase Offer has an expiration date — in your account this will be displayed as how many days you have left to use it. Keep this date in mind, since you won’t be eligible for cash back if you don’t make a purchase in time.
To use a Chase Offer, you need to add it to your card account — you can do so by simply clicking on it. Then, you just make a qualifying purchase while the offer is still valid with your Chase card, and you’ll receive the cash back as a statement credit to your account.
Keep in mind that not every Chase cardholder will see Chase Offers associated with their account. For example, I have five Chase accounts (including both debit and credit), and I only see offers associated with three of them.
Current Chase Offers
Here are some Chase Offers that are currently available. Keep in mind that you may see different deals in your own account. Additionally, some of these offers may no longer be available, though this list will be updated on a regular basis.
- Get 5% back at Airbnb, with a maximum of $28 back
- Get 5% back at Dick’s Sporting Goods, with a maximum of $5 back
- Get 10% back at Clarks, with a maximum of $13 back.
- Get 10% back at Saatva, with a maximum of $130 back
- Get 10% back at Maggiano’s, with a maximum of $12 back
- Get 10% back at New Balance, with a maximum of $16 back
- Get 10% back at Ray-Ban, with a maximum of $27 back
- Get 10% back at Rite Aid, with a maximum of $4 back
- Get $10 back at Trunk Club, on your first styling fee only
- Get 10% back at Starbucks, with a maximum of $3 back
Don’t have a Chase card? Here are some top options to consider:
- Chase Sapphire Preferred Card — One of the best all-around travel cards, because it earns 2x points on travel and dining and a high sign-up bonus and offers valuable travel coverage like primary rental car insurance, all for a $95 annual fee.
- Chase Sapphire Reserve — The higher-end sibling to the Preferred has a higher annual fee of $450, but offers 3x points on travel (excluding ther $300 travel credit) and dining and a $300 credit toward travel purchases each year.
- Chase Freedom Unlimited — It’s one of our top picks for college students and others who are new to credit cards. There’s no annual fee, and you can convert the cash back you earn to points redeemable for travel if you have another Chase card like the Preferred.
- Ink Business Preferred Credit Card — This business credit card earns bonus points on a wide variety of spending categories and offers a high sign-up bonus and other perks like primary rental car insurance, with a $95 annual fee.
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