(EXPIRED) 10% back at TheHomeDepot.com w/ Chase Offer (up to $25 back)

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There’s a new Chase Offer out today that’s good for 10% back at TheHomeDepot.com, up to $25 in cumulative cash back. Notable here is that unlike many previous offers that have been one-and-done, this offer clearly states that it is valid until you’ve reached $25 in cash back (or it expires).

The Deal

  • A new Chase Offer out today is good for 10% back at TheHomeDepot.com, up to $25 in cumulative cash back

Key Terms

  • Expires 8/28/20
  • Valid online only (not valid in-store)
  • Valid on cumulative purchases until $25 cash back has been reached

Quick Thoughts

Chase Offers are nice because they are linked to the card, which presumably means that they could be stacked with a shopping portal, other card-linked programs, and any coupons/sales you find. If you have this offer on a Chase Sapphire Reserve card, you may even be able to reimburse your purchase with the Pay Yourself Back feature and still trigger this offer (YMMV). It may also stack with the 11% rebate offer for those in eligible states. Never mind, that’s in-store only.

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Geoff

It shouldnt stack with 11% rebate because that’s only in store right?