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One of our readers, @donctx, replied to my post the other day regarding the Chase IHG 500 bonus points offer when you go paperlessHe wasn’t targeted for the Chase IHG Go Paperless offer, but shared with me that he received a targeted offer to go paperless with the Chase Marriott Rewards Card.

What’s the deal

  • Targeted offer
  • Go paperless on your Chase Marriott statements
  • Earn 500 bonus points
  • Changes have to be submitted by 5/29/2018

For instructions on how to go about this, please review the promo below:

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This is a targeted offer. So if you’re not targeted and decide to go paperless, you will not earn the 500 bonus points. Let me know if you were targeted to take advantage of this promotion.

Thanks again, @donctx, for sharing this tip.

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