The first-ever DoorDash credit card is coming to Chase. Chase and DoorDash, the local commerce platform, have announced plans for a new food delivery credit card, the DoorDash Rewards Mastercard. Here is everything we know about the upcoming Chase credit card:
Chase and DoorDash Announce New Credit Card Partnership
The DoorDash Rewards Mastercard will reshape how Americans pay for deliveries when ordering out – or at least that’s the hope of JP Morgan Chase. Chase and DoorDash have announced plans to launch a new co-branded credit card that will allow cardmembers to unlock benefits and earn rewards on purchases on the DoorDash platform –anywhere Mastercard is accepted worldwide.
The upcoming DoorDash Rewards Mastercard expands the current relationship between Chase, DoorDash, and Mastercard. Since January 2020, Chase and DoorDash have worked together to offer a range of complimentary DashPass membership perks to Sapphire®, Freedom®, and Slate® cardmembers and many Chase co-brands cardmembers. Mastercard and DoorDash first introduced card benefits together in April of 2021.
“Benefits that Add More Value to Everyday Life”
“Connecting people with the best of their neighborhoods is core to our mission, and we’re excited to unlock even more of that value for customers with this first-of-its-kind credit card,” said Usman Cheema, Senior Director of Global Partnerships at DoorDash in a press release. “We are thrilled to deepen our relationship with Chase and continue building more everyday shoppable moments for consumers on and off the platform while empowering the local communities we serve.”
“Chase and DoorDash have worked together since 2020, and we’re excited to provide exclusive benefits through their first-ever credit card,” added Ed Olebe, President of Chase Co-Brand Cards. “The new card is designed for those who love the convenience and options DoorDash provides and want to earn more where they are spending, whether ordering from the broad range of categories available on DoorDash or spending in-person at a favorite neighborhood store.”
“Mastercard recognizes that today, people are seeking out financial products, technology, and benefits that add more value to their everyday lives,” said Sherri Haymond, executive vice president of Digital Partnerships at Mastercard. “Chase and DoorDash share in this vision, and we’re delighted to extend our relationship to deliver a credit offering that meaningfully connects people to the businesses around them while also providing a one-of-a-kind payments experience.”
There is currently no date for the launch of the DoorDash Rewards Mastercard.
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