Published on December 7th, 2016 | by William Charles22
Haven’t Used Your Chase Ritz-Carlton $300 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
The Chase Ritz-Carlton card offers a $300 travel credit that can be used for airline incidentals per calendar year. Like the American Express travel credits this calendar year is based on a true calendar year (e.g January 1st – December 1st) rather than a statement calendar year (e.g January statement – December statement, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve & Citi Prestige).
This means that your purchase must POST to your account before December 31st to be eligible. Also keep in mind that you need to call the number on the back of your card to get eligible purchases reimbursed, this must be done within 4 billing cycles to be eligible.
The following purchases officially count:
Only the following types of non-ticket purchases qualify for this offer: airline lounge day pass, or towards a yearly lounge membership of your choice; airline seat upgrades; airline baggage fees; in-flight Internet/entertainment; in-flight meals
We’ve tried to keep the following page updated with what is still working/not working. I’d recommend reading that in full and also sharing your data points in the comments to make it a more useful resource for everybody.
As always, if you have any questions about this credit please let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer them for you. You can view other posts in this series:
- Haven’t Used Your American Express $200/$100 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
- Haven’t Used Your Citi Prestige $250 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know
- Haven’t Used Your Chase Sapphire Reserve $300 Travel Credit? Here’s What To Know