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There’s a new targeted offer available from Chase, allowing you to earn up to 7,000 points by booking a flight and hotel through Chase Travel.
Here are the details of this new offer.
There’s a new targeted promotion from Chase offering bonus points for booking a hotel and flight totaling at least $105 through Chase Travel. This could be a great opportunity to get some extra points if your trip qualifies for this promotion.
To check to see if you’re eligible for this offer and to activate it, head to chase.com/mybonnus and enter your last name, the last 4 digits of your credit card number, and your zip code.
The following Chase credit cards are eligible for this promotion.
There are 2 tiers to this promotion offering either 5,000 or 7,000 points. The tier you’ll qualify for is based on whether you’ve booked travel through Chase in the last year.
If you’re considered a “new booker” you have the opportunity to earn 7,000 bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards points. A “new booker” is one who hasn’t booked travel through the Chase travel portal since September 30, 2022 (not including Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection bookings.)
Anyone who has booked travel through Chase since September 30, 2022, (not including Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection bookings), is considered a “previous booker” and is therefore eligible to earn 5,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points through this promotion.
Both tiers of this offer have a decent amount of fine print you’ll want to keep in mind.
We value Chase Ultimate Rewards points at 2 cents each, making this bonus worth $100 (5,000 points) or $140 (7,000 points). That’s a nice rebate, especially if your hotel and flight cost is low. However, it’s always a good idea to compare Chase Travel’s prices to booking directly or booking through other online travel agencies to ensure you’re getting a good deal.
You’ll also want to consider that booking a hotel through a third-party website, like Chase Travel, will usually negate any hotel loyalty program benefits you may be eligible for. If you have elite status and count on benefits like free breakfast or upgrades, it’s usually better to book directly with the hotel.
A new targeted deal on select Chase credit cards offers a 5,000- or 7,000-point bonus after booking a flight and hotel through Chase Travel that totals at least $105. To earn the bonus points, your travel must be completed by January 31, 2024.
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