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New Chase Get More Now Program Launches

Last updated on March 19th, 2020

Chase credit cardholders can now get even more value from their cards thanks to Chase Get More Now. This new program provides longer-term perks for Chase customers who enroll and use their credit card for eligible deals.

How Chase Get More Now Compares to Chase Offers

The new program is like Chase Offers, a savings program the bank already provides. Chase Offers grants codes that a Chase account holder can then use at participating locations for on-the-spot discounts.

Chase Get More Now, on the other hand, provides much more significant savings over a longer period. These deals are only available to those customers with an eligible Chase credit card and require enrollment for each unique offer. And, unlike Chase Offers, Get More Now promotions aren’t targeted toward specific customers. Instead, they are available to all cardholders.

Program Eligibility

Eligibility in the Get More Now program requires a Chase-branded consumer credit card. This means that cardholders with a co-branded credit card from Chase, such as the Starbucks Rewards Visa Signature, won’t be able to receive these promotions. Business customers are also ineligible.

Current Chase credit cards eligible for Get More Now:

Current Chase Get More Now Deals

Currently, Chase Get More Now has only three offers, though this number will increase in the future. The current offers are:

  • Groupon – Get 10% back in Groupon Bucks every month for up to 12 months. This discount applies to up to $50 back max per month. This deal requires enrollment by February 28, 2021.
  • ShopRunner – Cardholders get a complimentary one-year membership in ShopRunner, including free two-day shipping and returns with over one hundred retailers. Cardholders must enroll by February 28, 2021.
  • Spotify Premium – Enroll by May 31, 2020 and receive a 5% monthly statement credit for six months on a Spotify Premium membership.

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