- Chase is offer some cardholders who are also Chase checking customers a $50 (or 5,000 Ultimate Rewards points) bonus when they pay their credit card from their checking account three times.
The Fine Print
- You will qualify for and receive 5,000 bonus points if you make 3 on-time monthly payments for the credit card account listed in this offer, equal to or greater than your minimum payment due, from a Chase checking account through chase.com or the Chase Mobile app (including one-time and automatic payments) between 04/01/21 and 07/31/21 11:59 p.m. ET.
- Please allow up to 8 weeks after the last day of the promotional period for 5,000 bonus points to post to your account.
- Only one bonus per eligible account.
- To qualify for this bonus offer, account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment.
- This promotional offer is non-transferable.
- The value of this offer or program may result in miscellaneous income received from Chase and we may be required to send you, and file with the IRS, a Form 1099-MISC (Miscellaneous Income) or Form 1042-S (Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding) for the year in which you participate and are awarded the benefits of the offer/program. You are responsible for any tax liability related to participating in the offer/program. Please consult your personal tax advisor if you have any questions about how this could affect your taxes.
Reader RB forwarded us this offer a few weeks ago which they got via email on the Sapphire Preferred card (which would get 5,000 UR points), and today reader mothman69 sent this in which they got on the Chase Amazon card (which would get $50). Interestingly, they sent in a public link for the Amazon cardholder offer, so maybe it’s available to everyone? It does say ‘nontransferable’ there which might mean it’s targeted to those who received the offer via email. Maybe the Amazon offer is public and on other cards it’s targeted? I’m not entirely sure.
You’ll want to get started on this ASAP since you need to make three payments from bills which generated a balance, as I understand.