Posted by William Charles on September 20, 2017
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Published on September 20th, 2017 | by William Charles

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[Expired] [YMMV] $5 For Using Chase Pay To Order Ahead For The First Time

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Offer is back with a new expiry date and new list of targeted people

The Offer

No direct link sent by e-mail (subject line is <name>, get $5 off the first time you order ahead with Chase Pay®)

  • Get $5 off the first time you use Chase Pay® to order ahead (or the amount of your order, if less than $5). Available offers in the app are automatically applied to your eligible orders at checkout. (Offer expires 5/15/17. 7/31/1711/30/17)

 

 

The Fine Print

  • Targeted offer, subject line is <name>, get $5 off the first time you order ahead with Chase Pay®
  • Offer expires 5/15/17 7/31/17 11/30/17

Our Verdict

Pretty weak offer, not sure $5 is worth installing the app and getting it set up unless you plan to use it anyway. Reader Kalvan also saw the offer after downloading the Chase Pay app and selecting offers

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Hat tip to readers James R & Kalvan



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David
David

Order what ahead?

Rudy
Rudy

Probably only Starbucks for most of us.

danda
danda

You can order from a range of restaurants for pick up near your location.

Ordered Chipotle the other day .. Worked like a charm

Jeff H
Jeff H

Does this apply to order ahead grocery pickup where they bring your order out to the car?

Ted
Ted

Easier way to figure out where you can use this — Chase Pay is using LevelUp’s Order Ahead system:
https://media.chase.com/content/pr/levelup-chasepay-enables-customers-to-order-ahead

Sam
Sam

Not seeing where I find the list.

DaWoodMan1
DaWoodMan1

I’ve ordered through Chase Pay to a restaurant and it went through Yelp’s Eat24 platform. Either multiple platforms or different geographies use different platforms.

I’m in Las Vegas.

MontyFC
MontyFC

Where do you see Offers inside Chase App on iPhone?

Nick
Nick

+1

MontyFC
MontyFC

Figured out how to check the offer in your account.

1. Launch the app and go to merchants
2. Look for merchants near you that have “Order Ahead” noted
3. Select one of those merchants and click “Order Ahead”
4. Look at Offers tab that now shows up

It showed up this offer in my account.

Starbucks didn’t have Order Ahead noted against it but some of the local eating places had that.

ppd
ppd

Very helpful hint.

Dumb thing is why can’t we literally Order Ahead, when the shops are closed?

Josh M
Josh M

I think they had a similar offer a few months ago, I used it to get $5 off a domino’s pizza, the only slightly annoying part was i only worked for carryout and not delivery, nice to get $5 off a shitty $8 pizza though.

mommafrica
mommafrica

Or use this for either Alaska’s Dash for Challenge or UA’s targeted 3 partner promo (same as Alaska’s). I earn 1500 UA miles on a $8 tuna sub with the final cost being $3. I’ll probably have this installed on the S/O’s mobile and see what comes up.
This can probably be used in combination with Groupon’s 20% Starbucks promo, which is why I am willing to load it onto my S/O’s mobile.

NinjaX
NinjaX

chase pay = ur shit gets fukd up. no thanks.

Santorini
Santorini

Is there a way to order ahead using Chase Pay on a desktop instead of the app or is this only an in-app option?

ppd
ppd

As long as the desktop version gives you the order summary before placing the order (like on the app version), you could see if the $5 discount is included.

ppd
ppd

The amounted charged to my Freedom card earned the 3Q 5% bonus points for the Restaurant category, which I didn’t even remember. Nice.

P
P

Just got this in my email today

Redacted
Redacted

Slickdeals thread still reporting that this works (for some, extreeme YMMV). I can’t get it to work – does it seem reasonable to hope that Chase might respond to a complaint by issuing a courtesy credit, or is that a lost cause since I’m sure they’re flooded with complaints.

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