Published on November 14th, 2017 | by Chuck48
Chase Rolls Out ‘Chase Offers’ on the Marriott & Slate Cards (Similar to Amex Offers)
Update: Now available for Hyatt cardholders.
Chase has rolled out a special discount program whereby you shop with a registered card at participating merchants and get a statement credit for a percentage of the purchase. It’s called Chase Offers. Currently, only the Marriott and Slate cards are eligible for this program.
Most of us are familiar with Amex Offers which give us a statement credit or bonus points for shopping at specific merchants. Bank of America also has a similar statement credit program called Bank Amerideals, and many other banks are on that program too, such as PNC, Regions, BBVA and more. Looks like Chase is joining the foray now and lots of the Chase Offers look useful.
People are seeing various offers currently, here’s a sampling:
- Whole Foods: $10 back on $25+ purchase
- Lowe’s: $10 back on $50+ purchase
- Staples: 10% back (max $20)
- Nordstrom: 20% back (max $30)
- Neiman Marcus: 10% back (max $30)
- Regal Cinemas: 10% back (max $50)
- Ebags: $20 back on $100+
- Gamefly: $10 statement credit for new subscribers (it’ll be interesting to see if they can actually track who is a new subscriber – that would be a different kind of tracking the typical Amex Offer tracking we’re used to)
- Hulu: $20 statement credit with Live TV subscription
These offers will change over time. The terms specify with each offer what the expiration date is and whether it’s available online, in-store, or both. You need to save the offer to the card before using. Each offer can be used once.
Aside from ordinary use, some of these offers can even work for buying gift cards, like Staples and Whole Foods. The terms do exclude gift cards, we’ll have to see if it works in practice. Hopefully, Chase will roll out this program to other cards too.
It’s worth noting that the URL is chase.visaoffers.com/marriott/ which is Visa’s website, so we won’t see this on Mastercard cards. It might be using Visa Trial Pay, and I wonder if it’ll stack with Uber Offers which also uses that platform.