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Earn 10X at Best Buy with Chase Pay
UPDATE: Chase has announced the $400 promo went out in error, the maximum amount for the promo is now $300.
Doctor of Credit is also reporting that the promo may be extending to the Sapphire product line as well. One of their readers also reported the promo working on the Freedom Unlimited card. Something to consider if you have already maxed out your regular Freedom card.
There may be some gift card deals in store that you can use to maximize the offer.
Chase is offering again 10X at Best Buy when you pay with Chase Pay. The fine print mentions that promotional offer is non-transferable, but it should be available to all cardholders, same as last time.
Get 10% Cash Back When You Use Chase Pay at Best Buy. 10% back per dollar spent on up to $300 in purchases. This promotion it’s showing up for the Freedom card only as of now, but it will most likely be available for Freedom Unlimited, Sapphire, Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve as well.
- Offer valid in-store only.
- Promotional period runs January 15, 2018, to February 4, 2018
- Bonus cash back will post to your account within a week of the transaction posting, and will appear on your monthly credit card billing statement and be available for use within 1–2 billing cycles.
- This promotional offer is non-transferable.
This is a great offer that can be easily maximized. The offer is available for in-store purchases only and they do sell a wide variety of gift cards. Let me know if you you have the offer for other Chase cards as well.
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