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New Chase Offers Including Sam’s Club
In November, Chase began a new feature for selected cards, Chase Offers. Chase has released new offers for both Chase Slate and Marriott cardholders. You can register for the program with the Marriott Business Card as well. New offers include Sam’s Club, Build.com, Etsy and eBags.com. It’s always nice to see offers for popular merchants. You must login and activate the offer on each account in order to get the credit for using it.
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Sam’s Club Offer Details
Get $10 for new Sam’s Club Membership of $45. Valid for new Sam’s Club membership purchase in-store or online at www.samsclub.com. I’m not quite sure how they would track whether you purchased a membership in store. Check out our previous post about stacking deals to get a heavily discounted membership.
eBags- $20 back on your online purchase of $100 or more
Etsy- $10 back on your online purchase of $40 or more
Nectar- $50 back on your online purchase of $500 or more
Build.com- 50% back (up to $25) on your next online purchase
What do we know about how these Offers Work?
Most offers say Gift Cards are excluded, but I’m not sure that limitation is enforced since a lot of them are restricted to in-store use. Another interesting tidbit is that there have been reports that if you previously used an offer it may not show up for you again. I wonder if some Chase offers are rolling until you use them because it seems the expiration date keeps getting extended on some of my offers. I also find it interesting that you can change your location and different offers may show for you. I would love to hear some of your experiences!
Chase Offers have included some of the best and most popular stores. This is not the best round-up of offers we’ve seen, especially the Sam’s Club offer. There was an Amex offer for Sam’s Club recently that offered $25 cashback instead. I’m interested to see how the program evolves over time and whether it expands enough to become a true competitor for Amex Offers.
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