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New Chase Targeted AT&T Cash Back Offer

Targeted offers are something with which many rewards cardholders are familiar. These special deals let users earn additional points, miles, and other awards for meeting specific criteria. Chase is currently offering select credit cardholders cash back savings on AT&T purchases. Here’s what you need to know about the Chase targeted AT&T cash back offer.

Chase Targeted Offer Details

Chase is targeting some cardholders with the prospect of $35 in cash back after making two separate transactions with AT&T. These transactions must be of at least $15 each, and on AT&T wireless products or services. Those targeted must also use their Chase credit card to make the purchases before the end of the promotion: July 11, 2020.

Amex “At Home” Benefits

The newest Chase offer comes on the heels of Amex adding “at home” perks to travel rewards credit card members. Platinum Card and Amex Green Cardholders can now receive statement credits towards streaming and mobile phone services transactions. These perks break down as $20 per service per month through December 2020 for Platinum Cardholders, and $10 per service per month for Green Cardholders. In total, Green card members get $160 in credits, while Platinum customers receive $320 in statement credits.

Other Card Issuers Also Offering Similar Deals

This offer from Chase isn’t as “new” as it seems. The card issuer has repeatedly rolled out the promotion, with posters on the popular resource, Doctor of Credit, noting at least nine occurrences.

The promotion also isn’t unique to Chase. Many card issuers use the same targeting interface as Chase, meaning they provide similar offers. Some of the banks that are also currently targeting users for similar AT&T cash back are:

  • Bank of America
  • BB&T
  • BBVA
  • PNC Bank
  • Regions Bank
  • SunTrust
  • Wells Fargo

If you have a rewards credit card with one of these issuers, log in to your account to see if you currently have the offer.

While $35 back for two purchases of $15 or more doesn’t sound like much, it is free money. Sticking to the lower limit of $15 on each transaction results in a net gain of $5. And with multiple cards targeted, there is an opportunity for people with several cards from the same issuer to earn additional rewards.

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