Posted by Chuck on November 14, 2017
Rewards Programs

Published on November 14th, 2017 | by Chuck


Chase Rolls Out ‘Chase Offers’ on the Marriott & Slate Cards (Similar to Amex Offers)

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.

Link for Marriott card /  Link for Slate card

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 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.



32 Responses to Chase Rolls Out ‘Chase Offers’ on the Marriott & Slate Cards (Similar to Amex Offers)

  1. Ha_Ka says:

    T&C for Staples state, Not valid on gift card purchases. If staples shares L3 data, not sure if it will work on GC purchases.

  2. Techastro says:

    It is not rolled out by Chase. Its rolled out by Visa and supported by trialpay for Marriot Card users.

    • Chuck says:

      We noted that at the end. I think we can still call it a Chase rollout since Chase decided to add this to their cards which Visa apparently didn’t/wouldn’t/can’t do on their own.

  3. Lrdx says:

    Should we expect this to be rolled out for all Chase cards?

  4. ritzbbaby says:

    Won’t let me register with ritz card.

  5. P says:

    I tried Marriott Rewards, Chase login, Visa Checkout logins and they didn’t work. It looks like it’s another login and password we have to manage.

  6. Frank says:

    Chase Slate also gets these offers.

  7. shulem92 says:

    does this work on Marriott business cards also?

  8. sw2tched says:

    Signed up and signed in and I get never-ending loading wheel of death, so I can’t see any offers yet. Very exciting tho! Thanks for sharing!

    • RV3 says:

      Same here^…u have to input your email first when signing up…then Chase emails link for u to input psswd…the annoying wheel of infinity appeared on the signup, email input, and psswd input pages…but after I reloaded the page (for each page) it finally took me to the “Chase Offers” page…useful stuff, hopefully there’s no L3 data for tracking GCs since they’re supposedly excluded…the page load time was def annoying tho

      • sw2tched says:

        Hmm well at least I’m not alone. Yea I put in my email, then clicked the emailed link, then input my pw. Then after I logged in I get the spin. And I get the spin on every tab (My Offers, Help, My Account, etc). New system bugs or high demand i’m guessing. Clicking Refresh on the Help and My Account page got them to load, but that’s all so far for me

  9. Bear says:

    Any DPs whether WFM GCs will get the $10 credit?

  10. Austin Auclair says:

    this work with a chase debit?

  11. Bill M says:

    You can temporarily change your location and see other offers. It seems some of the offers are regional. For example, 10% off at Einstein Bros. Bagels shows up under Miami but not New Orleans. I checked a bunch of cities but didn’t see much else.

  12. Mike L says:

    My PNC offers are pretty bad. It’s like $50 back when you sign up for some scammy ADT dealer and 10% back on a VUDU signup. Hopefully Chase rolls this out to the rest of their cards and the offers are similar to that’s listed in the post.

  13. Nancy says:

    “Once you have successfully registered with one card and signed in, you can add up to 4 more eligible Chase Marriott Rewards Visa credit cards by following the instructions under ‘Add Card’ in ‘My Account’. An eligible Chase Marriott Rewards Visa credit card account number may be registered in the Chase Offers accounts of more than one authorized user of that card but an individual offer may be activated only once per card across all authorized users’ Chase Offers accounts. You may remove a Registered Card from your account at any time, however once you remove a Registered Card, purchases made on that card will not be considered Qualifying Purchases and you will not be able to redeem offers with that card. There must be at least one Registered Card on the account at all times.”

    Does this mean the authorized user on a Marriott biz card with a unique card number cannot get an offer in addition to the primary card member’s?

  14. J says:

    Was able to register my Marriott Biz

  15. ymx says:

    If I have three cards registered – can I utilize the promotion 3x (once on each of the cards)? Or are you limited to one promo per login?

  16. Drivesabrowntruck says:

    QuikTrip 10% back instore only, up to $10. Buying a $100 gift card to use at the pump solves that.

  17. Curmudgeon says:

    I think this is a great idea for Chase, especially for the Marriott cards. For anyone who has the SPG Amex, spending ANYTHING on a Marriott card is a bad deal since you’ll get more points from SPG.

  18. Linda says:

    I hadn’t intended to use my Chase Slate for anything other than the 0%/0 fee balance transfer, but this makes it more useful. I wish I’d had the Lowe’s offer last week when I had to replace two faucets.

  19. Drivesabrowntruck says:

    Just used a Chase offer for Lowe’s $10 off $50, bought a Kroger gift card. Got an email regarding it. I’ll post back when I get credited.

    • Drivesabrowntruck says:

      Just to report back, received a statement credit for the Lowe’s offer, posted as Chase offers – Lowes 10.00. The charge date was for the 20th, statement credit posted as 22nd. So much like Amex Offers, they seem to post very quickly after the charge posts to your account.

  20. gohawks says:

    for the nordstrom offer, do we need to go to the store to buy GC, or can we buy GC online? (thought thats through cashstar)

  21. Avi says:

    Yesterday I spent $50 at Lowes on gift cards ($25 Amazon and $25 Shell), immediately received a confirmation via email (similar to Amex offers), and then today received a follow-up email confirming my $10 statement credit and that I should receive it in 3-10 business days. Looks promising that the offer works for gift cards despite explicitly saying otherwise in the terms.

  22. Kaz says:

    DP for Staples. Purchased $20 gift card for Home Depot and $100 gift card for Amazon and was credited the 10%.

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