New Chase Offers: IHG, Alaska Airlines & AC Hotels 10%-15% Off (Plus Tons of Older Ones!)

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New Chase Offers

New Chase Offers: IHG, Alaska Airlines & AC Hotels 10%-15% Off

Chase Offers are very similar to Amex Offers but not quite as robust.  Well they have some pretty decent ones this time around and they are giving American Express a run for their money.  These are usually targeted offers depending on what cards you have and who you.  So be sure to check all of your Chase credit cards.

New Chase Offers

New Chase Offers

AC Hotels

Get 10% (or 15%) back on your hotel stays at AC Hotels. Minimum spend of $100 and a maximum of $24 back. Valid until 10/11/2019.  (HT: DoC)

IHG Hotels

Earn 10% back on your IHG stay. Minimum spend of $100 and a maximum of $38 back. Valid until 9/27/19.  Works for the following brands (HT: FM):

  • Holiday Inn
  • Holiday Inn Express
  • Staybridge Suites
  • Candlewood Suites

Alaska Airlines

Earn 10% back on Alaska Airlines flights.  Minimum spend of $50 and maximum of $31 back. Valid until 9/27/19. HT FM

New Chase Offers

Deals Still Active

Here is a list of other deals that you should be sure to activate if you haven’t already:

Westin Chase Offer

Earn 15% back on your Westin Hotels & Resorts stay, when you spend $250.00 or more, with a $38.00 back maximum. Offer expires 09/20/19. Valid one time only.

Staples Chase Offer

You can see either one of these offers in your accounts:

  • Earn 25% back on your Staples purchase, with a $17.50 back maximum. OR
  • Earn 15% back on your Staples purchase, with a $10.50 back maximum. OR
  • Earn 10% back on your Staples purchase, with a $7.00 back maximum.
Here’s the terms:
  • Offer expires 9/15/19
  • Valid one time only
  • Not valid on third party purchases

Sam’s Club Chase Offer

Earn $10 back on your Sam’s Club membership purchase, when you spend $45 or more. The offer expires 9/25/2019.

Rite Aid Chase Offer

Earn 10% back on your Rite Aid or RiteAid.com purchase, with a $4.00 back maximum. There’s usually different versions of this one. Offer valid one time only and expires 10/15/19.

Final Thoughts

It is pretty easy to turn some of these Chase Offers into money makers.  They help you save money if nothing else so be sure to check your account to see if you were targeted for any of them.

 

 

 

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Chase offers may be more limited than you think. Only 3 of my 5 cards have any offers — and unfortunately NONE of the travel ones you mention. I was offered 5% back on airB&B to a max of $28. None of my wife’s 3 cards have ANY offers.

    Since our cards without offers all say, “Use your card and check back here for offers from various merchants,” maybe they are using past behavior to present offers. The three cards of mine that have offers all have one for 5% at Starbucks — maxing at $ 1.50. Is that what you mean by “not quite as robust as Amex”?

    Thanks for the post. It motivates me to take a look at what’s going on with all our cards.

    • I am not sure how they choose which cards get offers and which do not. Sometimes they don’t show online for my account (tied to business cards) but it will in the app so if you were checking on a computer then you may wanna try the app.

      Amex Offers seems to have more and better partners than Chase but they have been around a lot longer so it doesn’t surprise me.

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