Posted by Chuck on April 10, 2018

Published on April 10th, 2018 | by Chuck


[Expired] [Targeted] Chase Freedom 10% Back at Starbucks, Max $5

This deal has expired, view more Chase deals here or Starbucks deals here.

The Offer

Check your emails for an offer for Starbucks on your Chase Freedom and Freedom Unlimited cards:

  • Get 10% back at Starbucks as a statement credit, max $5 in credits

Image from DDG

The Fine Print

  • Expires May 15th, 2018.
  • Excludes Starbucks® locations within the following locations: retail stores, department stores, supermarkets, malls, outlet malls, hotels, resorts, casinos, convention centers, cruise ships, theme parks, train/bus stations, hospitals, military bases, office buildings, and university/college campuses.
  • You don’t have to sign up for this offer — you’ll automatically get credit for all your purchases made with your card at participating Starbucks® locations.
  • Valid in-store only at participating Starbucks® locations during the promotional period with a Chase Freedom credit card or through digital wallets such as Chase Pay®, Apple Pay®, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.
  • Not valid for online purchases or mobile app reloads.
  • Valid at participating locations in U.S. only.
  • Offer is nontransferable.
  • Statement credit will post to your credit card account up to 8 weeks after the transaction posts to your account.

Our Verdict

I’m assuming this is a targeted offer only, let us know if you find a public landing page. You’ll have to pay directly to get the 10% discount, mobile reloads won’t work. Use Chase Pay to stack this with the 5% quarterly category if you haven’t maxed that out yet.

You can do better by using the Amex Offer deal for 15% off at Starbucks if you were targeted for that. 

Hat tip to DDG

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Got it for CFU.


There is a 15% back up to $5 amex offer.. I’d use that first before this one.


Have months of half price starbucks saved with that half price groupon, that this one is nothing more than a blah!


I never get these targeted offers 🙁

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