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Old Nov 14, 17, 5:21 pm
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"Chase Offers" (Shopping/bonus incentives for various Cards)

First I heard of Chase Offer I saw on: http://viewfromthewing.boardingarea....371.1488278343

Its pretty much similar to amex offers but with your Chase Marriott. I can't find any info about this but I like it since I recently got my Chase Marriott card. I would actually use some of the offers.
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Old Nov 14, 17, 7:33 pm
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And Chase's slash and burn pursuit of AMEX continues.....
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Old Nov 14, 17, 9:31 pm
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Chase Offers appears to be available on the business version of the Marriott Rewards card as well. I was able to create an account and add offers to my business card.
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Old Nov 14, 17, 10:48 pm
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Signed up for the Whole Foods and Nordstrom offers. They're pretty generous.
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Old Nov 16, 17, 6:51 pm
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Some datapoints:
Bought Nordstrom gift cards online. It shows pending on my statement as CS *NORDSTROM GIFT CAR and I did not get an email confirmation about using my offer.
Bought Amazon gift cards in-store at Staples. Immediately got an email saying the credit would post in 3-10 days. Will report back.

Edit: No statement credit yet, but I got this email from Chase:

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Old Jan 12, 18, 12:36 pm
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I've added Starbucks 10% back (usual restrictions against supermarket, airport, etc. locations), as well as $10 back on a single $40 Etsy purchase. There's an item I want there for $15 + $5 shipping, so will look for another as well. Unfortunately, no PayPal transactions, which code as ... well ... PayPal instead. I'm hoping that shipping and tax qualify, so that's it's $40 net final charge, as with Amex and B of A schemes.

Also added Whole Foods $10 back on a single $25 minimum transaction.

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Old Jan 12, 18, 3:38 pm
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And Chase's slash and burn pursuit of AMEX continues.....
They have been pretty darned successful at it
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Old Jan 17, 18, 12:05 am
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Looks like you can add multiple cards to a single account - can you redeem an offer on both, or do you have to put them on separate accounts?

Also - any idea what the procedure is when a statement credit doesn't post?
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Old Jan 18, 18, 7:15 am
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At present, I'm finding that Chase offers are more relevant to me than Amex sync ones. Also, I like that Chase sends a confirming email when the credit is actually applied, not just triggered.
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Old Jan 18, 18, 4:06 pm
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Originally Posted by Points Scrounger View Post
At present, I'm finding that Chase offers are more relevant to me than Amex sync ones. Also, I like that Chase sends a confirming email when the credit is actually applied, not just triggered.
Me too. Hoping this expands beyond Marriott card here at some point soon
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Old Feb 15, 18, 11:46 am
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Any data points on Whole Foods being in one purchase or over time?
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Old Feb 17, 18, 11:24 am
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Any data points on Whole Foods being in one purchase or over time?
Which exact Whole Foods offer?

At Amex (where they've been offered for a long time), some have been one purchase and others have been cumulative purchases. You always need to read the T&Cs, and then if you're still not sure, post the T&Cs here for us to evaluate.

And not necessarily does everyone have the same offers.

The one that Points Scrounger mentioned a few posts above:

Originally Posted by Points Scrounger View Post
Also added Whole Foods $10 back on a single $25 minimum transaction.
that's clearly on a single transaction. (I just waited until they had a sale on non-perishable and/or frozen stuff I wanted to stock up on so that I could do a single purchase. But I used up mine a couple months ago, so I'm not sure if the one I used is the one you would see currently.)

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Old Feb 18, 18, 10:33 am
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Yeah - I saw that, the terms on mine are a little ambiguous, but I've actually spent two transcations separates over $25 in the last week, with nothing, so I'm just going to get some stuff like you said non-perishables on sale, to get it:

$10 back on your next purchase of $25 or more
Limit 1 per activation/account. See full terms.
Terms and Conditions
Must use registered Chase Marriott Visa card. Valid for in-store or online purchase of $25 or more. Not valid on gift card purchases. Not all merchant locations may be monitored by Visa. Limit 1 $10 statement credit redemption per activation/account.


Separately, whats the notification system like on these? Instant/near instant email like Amex or delayed or just a credit shows up whenever?

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Old Feb 18, 18, 8:23 pm
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Yeah - I saw that, the terms on mine are a little ambiguous, but I've actually spent two transcations separates over $25 in the last week, with nothing, so I'm just going to get some stuff like you said non-perishables on sale, to get it:

$10 back on your next purchase of $25 or more
Limit 1 per activation/account. See full terms.
Terms and Conditions
Must use registered Chase Marriott Visa card. Valid for in-store or online purchase of $25 or more. Not valid on gift card purchases. Not all merchant locations may be monitored by Visa. Limit 1 $10 statement credit redemption per activation/account.
Read that carefully. It says "purchase" (singular) in both places. That is the big clue that it has to be one purchase.

To me, because I look at the grammar carefully, I see nothing ambiguous about your T&Cs.

When an offer allows accumulated spend, it'll say something "$10 back on purchases of $25 or more" (plural "purchases"), or maybe even "$10 back on $25 or more in total purchases".

If you don't look at the grammar carefully, you run the danger of misinterpreting promos. The details are often spelled out only in the grammar!
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Old Feb 19, 18, 9:18 pm
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Does not seem to work on Ritz Carlton cards. (Before there are any snarky remarks, Ritz Carlton is part of Marriott.)
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