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I recently decided to apply for the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Business Card primarily because it has an unclear future with the SPG merger and related co-branded credit card shake-up and I didn’t want to miss out on the sign-up bonus points. You can transfer Marriott Rewards points to Starwood and a 3:1 ratio, and I desperately need to beef my SPG account balance back up a bit after making some award reservations in advance of the impending annual SPG award chart shuffle.
While it wasn’t the primary reason I applied for this card, another perk of going for one of the Chase Marriott credit cards is that they are eligible for the relatively new Chase Offers program where you can earn statement credits for making specific purchases on the cards, very similar to Amex Offers. The main difference between Chase Offers and Amex Offers is that this program is newer to Chase, and it is only available at the moment on the Marriott and Slate Visa credit cards.
Once you register your eligible card(s) for the Chase Offers program using the links above, you can register for any available offers that may save you some cash. After you add the offers to your card there’s nothing left for you to do but make eligible purchases and receive the statement credits.
I promptly added an offer to get a $10 statement credit on a $25+ Whole Foods purchase to my Marriott card and used it that afternoon to save on our grocery shopping. Offers like these can make the annual fees on my cards worth it even outside of the miles and points. I did notice that you need to play around with the location feature in Chase Offers in order to find all available offers, so try some big cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Miami in addition to your actual hometown so you don’t miss our anything.
In addition to the Whole Foods offer, here are some other Chase Offers that were available on my Chase Marriott Business Card.
- StubHub – $10 back on your online purchase of $100 or more
- 1800Flowers.com – $10 back on your online purchase of $40 or more
- Hulu with Live TV – $20 back on Hulu with Live TV subscription
- Cinemark Theatres – $5 off your next purchase of $20 or more
- Wayfair – $15 back on your online purchase of $100 or more
- Banana Republic – $10 back on your next purchase of $50 or more
- Papa John’s Pizza – 10% back (up to $25) on your next purchase
- Lowe’s – $10 back on your in-store purchase of $50 or more
- Gap – $10 back on your in-store purchase of $50 or more
I believe there was a Nordstrom offer a few months ago that has now ended, so I’m bummed to have missed that one, but glad that they are mixing up some different retailers even though the offers are still far more limited than via Amex. Even if you don’t normally shop at these places, remember that some of these retailers sell gift cards to other retailers. For example, Lowe’s has a very robust gift card section, as does Whole Foods. I’ve read success stories of folks buying a $50 retailer gift card at Lowe’s and getting the $10 statement credit, though I haven’t made it over there myself to try it out.
Chase Offers probably won’t change your life, but they can put a few more dollars in your pocket, so don’t forget to check them out if you have a Chase Marriott or Slate credit card. Has Chase Offers already saved your family a few dollars?
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