Chase and Mastercard are partnering up to give select Freedom Flex cardmembers the chance to plant up to three trees – just for using contact payments on their Chase credit card. The limited-time offer runs through March and is available to targeted Chase Freedom Flex World Elite Mastercard holders. Here is what you need to know about the special offer, Mastercard’s Priceless Planet Coalition, Conservation International, and how to take part in the promotion:
Chase and Mastercard Team Up to Plant 100 Million Trees By 2025
Chase provides special limited-time-only offers to select cardmembers via targeted emails. For March, the bank has a new offer for select Freedom Flex cardmembers who haven’t yet used their contactless card to tap to pay for purchases.
Targeted Flex cardmembers (those who have yet to use the tap and pay feature on their Freedom Flex) can plant three trees via a $6 donation to Conservation International, in support of the Priceless Planet Coalition, when cardmembers use their Flex to tap and pay three times between March 1 – May 31.
Mastercard’s $6 donation to Conservation International as part of its Priceless Planet Coalition. Mastercard’s Priceless Planet Coalition unites the efforts of merchants, banks, cities, and consumers to make meaningful investments to preserve the environment. Together with forestry experts, Conservation International, and World Resources Institute, the goal is to restore 100 million trees by 2025.
Alternative Tap and Pay Offers Available
Chase and Mastercard’s $6 donation to Conservation International is just one of two potential targeted offers from Chase. Some Freedom Flex cardmembers are receiving another $5 cash back bonus for completing the same Tap & Go transaction requirement. That 4% cash back bonus takes the form of 500 Ultimate Rewards points for making three Tap & Go transactions in March.
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