Bye Bye Chase Offers! That was Short Lived!

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Back in November a new competitor was launched to my beloved Amex Offers. Chase launched “Chase Offers” which allowed you to receive a statement credit at many popular merchants. It truly was a way to save money on purchases you were saving anyways. The only caveat was that these offers were only available on the Chase Marriott and Chase Slate cards – not the entire line up of Chase credit cards. While I personally used these Chase Offers a decent amount to save money at Staples, Whole Foods, Gap, Etsy, etc. it looks like they might not have been too popular and will be ending soon.I signed onto my Chase Offers account (like I do every morning), to find the message above. It looks like the current offers are only available through March 31st and these are the “final days to enroll and save”.

I really really wish these offers could have been successful and been open up to all Chase cards. But, it looks like it is doing the polar opposite and fully shutting down. I have reached out to my Chase contact to find more, but it doesn’t look promising. In the meantime, you are still able to register your card (register here: Chase Marriott and Chase Slate) and save money at merchants including: Etsy, GameFly, Build.com, 1800Baskets.com, The Popcorn Factory, Olive Garden, Wingstop, BJ’s Wholesale Club, HelloFresh, Regal Cinemas, NatureBox, Cinemark Theaters, Papa John’s Pizza, Staples, Hulu, Wayfair, Omaha Steaks, Home Chef, QDOBA, Harry & David, FruitBouquets.com, Poshmark, Sam’s Club, Cheryl’s Cookies, Wolfermans, Nectar, StubHub, 1800Flowers.com, and eBags.

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