Chase Offering Free Instacart Express Until April 2022 [Plus a $10 Discount]

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Chase has partnered with Instacart to offer a free Instacart Express membership with an eligible Chase credit card until April 30, 2022.

Here’s a quick overview of what Instacart Express can offer to you, and what Chase-issued credit cards are eligible for this promotion.

Free Instacart Express Membership

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So what exactly can an Instacart Express Membership offer you?

Well, if you aren’t already familiar, Instacart is the world’s largest online grocery service. It allows you to have items delivered right to your door from over 40,000 stores — and you can even get same-day delivery!

Of course, Instacart usually charges a fee for its delivery services. Typically, there’s a delivery fee of $3.99 for same-day orders over $35, along with a 5% service fee, though these can vary based on your location and the types of items you’ve ordered.

However, with an Instacart Express membership, you’ll receive free delivery on orders over $35, and the service fee is reduced to a much more reasonable 1.9% of your order. Plus, you’ll also get a $10 discount on your first order of $35 or more!

Instacart Express usually costs $99 per year, so not only will this promotion save you money on each Instacart order, but you’ll get to try the service out free of charge for several months — a significant savings in and of itself.

What Chase Credit Cards Are Eligible?

Good news — if you hold virtually any travel-related Chase credit card, then you’re eligible for the Instacart Express offer!

Here’s a full list of every eligible Chase card.

Chase Credit Cards Eligible for Instacart Express Offer
Aer Lingus Visa Signature® CardIberia Visa Signature® CardSouthwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card
British Airways Visa Signature® CardIHG® Rewards Club Classic Credit CardSouthwest® Rapid Rewards® Premier Business Credit Card
Chase Freedom Flex℠ Credit CardIHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit CardSouthwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card
Chase Freedom Unlimited®IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit CardSouthwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card
Chase Freedom® cardIHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit CardStarbucks® Rewards Visa® Card
Chase Freedom® Student Credit CardJ.P. Morgan Reserve CardThe Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card
Chase Sapphire Preferred® CardMarriott Bonvoy Bold® Credit CardUnited Club℠ Card
Chase Sapphire Reserve®Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit CardUnited MileagePlus® Awards Card
Disney Rewards Visa cardMarriott Bonvoy™ Premier Credit CardUnited MileagePlus® Card
Disney® Premier Visa® cardSouthwest® Rapid Rewards® Performance Business Credit CardUnited℠ Explorer Card

How To Claim the Instacart Express Offer

If you have an eligible Chase card, here’s how you can claim your new Instacart Express membership:

  1. Go to instacart.com/chase.
  2. Select Get Started to create your account.
  3. From there, select the Redeem Offer button.
  4. Select the Chase credit card attached to your account, or input your Chase credit card information.
  5. After that, select Start Membership to begin your free Instacart Express membership.

Final Thoughts

If you’re someone who orders items regularly from Instacart, having an Instacart Express membership will offer significant savings for you — an average of $7 per order according to Instacart.

But now you can try the service out for no upfront cost through the end of April 2022 with your eligible Chase card as long as you register by January 31, 2022.


The information regarding the Chase Freedom Flex℠ Credit Card, Chase Freedom Unlimited®, Chase Freedom® card, Chase Freedom® Student Credit Card, Disney Rewards Visa card, Disney® Premier Visa® card, IHG® Rewards Club Classic Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card, J.P. Morgan Reserve Card, J.P. Morgan Reserve Card, Marriott Bonvoy™ Premier Credit Card, Starbucks® Rewards Visa® Card, The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card, United Club℠ Card, United MileagePlus® Awards Card, and United MileagePlus® Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer. 


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