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Prime Day is October 13-14, and there will be some great deals available. Doctor of Credit has listed multiple ways to add to your savings when making purchases at Amazon as well. While it won’t be available to everyone, the best offer DoC highlighted was $15 off $50 when you redeem at least one Chase Ultimate Rewards point for a purchase. Being that UR is a common currency, this should be an easy opportunity for most people.
Now through October 31, you can get a $15 promotional credit when using at least one Chase Ultimate Rewards point at checkout. You will need to make an eligible purchase of at least $50 to qualify. Check the terms and conditions here.
How Do I Sign Up?
The process is simple and can be completed in 3 easy steps. Follow this link to enroll. Make sure to do it now because the offer ends on 10/31/2020 or after 66,667 customers have redeemed the offer!
An Easy $15
This is a really nice offer and should be fairly simple for most Chase cardholders to benefit. Now that Prime Day is here and some great deals will be on offer, this is a way to save even more money. Just make sure to sign up now before you make a purchase, and remember that it is probably best to use a single Ultimate Rewards point if possible since they are more valuable with the “Pay Yourself Back” option.
Where you able to take advantage of this offer? Let us know in the comments below!
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