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Staples Chase Offer
Chase Offers is still a relatively new program, but one that has shown some promise. While we haven’t had any truly homerun deals, there is definitely some value. Today’s targeted Staples deal is a great example of that. Let’s take a look!
The Staples Chase Offer
Earn 30% back on your Staples purchase with a $19 back maximum.
- Expires 1/24/2019
- Valid one-time only
- Offer not valid on third party purchases
- Credit appears on your statement within 14 business days
How to Load the Staples Chase Offer
If you are targeted, then this offer will show up on the Chase Offers section of your account. The easiest way to find your offers is to use the Chase app and select a credit card account. Once in the account you’ll see the available offers towards the bottom.
This is a great deal, especially considering gift cards are not excluded. Given the $19 limit, a purchase of $63.35 will max out the offer, but there is potential to do even better. Look below!
Stack with 10% Offer?
There is an additional Staples offer for 10% back with a maximum of $6 cashback. On one of my cards I have both offers loaded and available. I suspect that I’ll be able to double dip and combine both offers. Buying a $63.35 gift card should earn me $19 cashback from the first offer and $6 cashback from the second. If it works, that would amount to a 39.5% discount!
It’s always nice when a bank adds value to your already existing relationship. While I only have these offers on one card (I do have the 10% offer on a few cards), it’s still a nice little Christmas gift!
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