$10 monthly GoPuff credit with Chase cards

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Chase and delivery service GoPuff are teaming up to offer a monthly $10 statement credit for purchases of $10 or more through December 31, 2023. While GoPuff won’t be of much use to me since they don’t have service where I live, I gave the service a test drive in New York City last month and it was about as convenient as other delivery apps. With this $10 credit, I would probably use it again.

The Deal

  • Chase and GoPuff are teaming up to offer a $10 statement credit in each month youmake a Gopuff purchase of $10 or more through 12/31/23. The list of eligible cards is under “Key Terms” and within the post below.
  • Direct link to this promotion

Key Terms

  • $10 Monthly Gopuff Statement Credit: You will receive a $10 statement credit each month you make a qualifying Gopuff purchase of at least $10 through 12/31/23.
  • Qualifying Gopuff purchases include only those made by you, or an authorized user, with your eligible credit card through gopuff.com or the Gopuff mobile application (excluding gift card purchases).
  • We do not determine whether merchants correctly identify and bill transactions as being of a certain type. Payment through third-party payment accounts, or online or mobile digital wallets (like Apple Pay and Google Pay), or purchased through third parties are excluded from this offer.
  • Statement credit will appear on your monthly credit card billing statement within 1-2 billing cycles after your qualifying Gopuff purchase posts to your account.
  • Account must be open and not in default at the time the statement credit is posted to your account. Chase is only responsible for posting the statement credit to your credit card account, based on information supplied by Gopuff.
  • Chase is not responsible for the provision of, or the failure to provide, Gopuff benefits and services. Additional fees, terms and conditions may apply. Order minimums may apply.
  • Gopuff delivery not available in all markets.
  • Must be 21 or older to purchase certain products.
  • Eligible credit cards: Chase Freedom card, Chase Freedom Unlimited card, Chase Freedom Student card, Chase Freedom Flex card, Chase Sapphire card, Chase Sapphire Preferred card, Chase Sapphire Reserve card, J.P. Morgan Reserve card, Aer Lingus Visa Signature® Card, British Airways Visa Card, British Airways Visa Signature® Card, Disney® Premier Visa® Card, Disney® Visa® Card, World of Hyatt Credit Card, Iberia Visa Signature® Card, IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Classic Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy™ Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy™ Premier Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy BoldTM Credit Card, The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Employee Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Performance Business Credit Card, Starbucks® Rewards Visa® Card, United ClubSM Card, UnitedSM Presidential PlusSM Card, United MileagePlus® Select Card, United MileagePlus® Awards Card, United MileagePlus® Card or UnitedSM Explorer Card.

Quick Thoughts

As noted at the top, GoPuff is a delivery service. Think like DoorDash or UberEats but with household needs / grocery-like products. GoPuff bills it covering “From cleaning supplies & over-the-counter medicine to food, drinks, electronics, baby essentials and more.” Rather than fulfilling from a store, they fulfill from their own micro-fulfillment centers. Just based on the items I saw, I imagined them to have a space the size of a 7-11 and a Walgreens but with no physical storefront.

Delivery was fast. Hyatt had provided us with a GoPuff credit a few months ago to try the service out when they launched a partnership with a few Hyatt Place properties. I finally got a chance to try that in New York City last month. I ordered diapers and some snacks and my order was delivered at the Andaz 5th Ave in just 14 minutes – ahead of the delivery estimate provided in the app.

I didn’t personally find the app particularly intuitive, but I can’t put my finger on why. Perhaps it is because I have been trained by apps like DoorDash and UberEats to select a store first and then to expect to see that store’s inventory. I don’t know as though that makes sense as it is almost similar to Amazon but for just convenience store and pharmacy type stuff. Stephen didn’t love it either and made the point that in some cases product offers didn’t make a lot of sense, like having hot dogs available but not hot dog buns. YMMV, but it’s worth reading his post to get his impression also.

I was happy enough with the experience that I wouldn’t mind using the service again, though at the time I figured I probably wouldn’t just because I already have enough delivery apps on my phone and I didn’t see a remarkable advantage. That said, the advantage is probably in range of products available from a single store. With this $10 monthly credit, I am much more likely to try the service again despite the $1.95 delivery fee. To be clear, after delivery fee and tip this won’t be cheaper than going to the store yourself. This kind of service is about convenience. I wish I had thought to use it the night before I did – when we needed milk for our son and the first nearby store I tried was closed and the second had broken coolers and had to throw out their milk that day. I could have skipped the running around.

Anyway, this is a nice enhancement, particularly on the many qualifying fee-free Chase cards included in the list of eligible cards:

  • Eligible credit cards: Chase Freedom card, Chase Freedom Unlimited card, Chase Freedom Student card, Chase Freedom Flex card, Chase Sapphire card, Chase Sapphire Preferred card, Chase Sapphire Reserve card, J.P. Morgan Reserve card, Aer Lingus Visa Signature® Card, British Airways Visa Card, British Airways Visa Signature® Card, Disney® Premier Visa® Card, Disney® Visa® Card, World of Hyatt Credit Card, Iberia Visa Signature® Card, IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Classic Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy™ Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy™ Premier Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card, Marriott Bonvoy BoldTM Credit Card, The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Employee Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Performance Business Credit Card, Starbucks® Rewards Visa® Card, United ClubSM Card, UnitedSM Presidential PlusSM Card, United MileagePlus® Select Card, United MileagePlus® Awards Card, United MileagePlus® Card or UnitedSM Explorer Card.

You’ll note that the list includes both cards with no annual fee and several cards that are no longer available for new applicants. Even if you only use this now and then, it is a nice little value-add.

The terms indicate that you need to have a Chase card as your primary payment method on GoPuff and you can receive up to one $10 statement, so I don’t think you’ll get this with multiple cards.

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Kent

“you can receive up to one $10 statement, so I don’t think you’ll get this with multiple cards.”

I haven’t tried using this credit, but comments elsewhere strongly suggest it’s $10 per Chase card per month. Maybe you mean authorized user cards?