Update 7/9/21: Just a quick update to confirm that two $50 payments to my existing T-Mobile account did trigger this offer for $100 back. The expiration date on my offer was 7/9/21, so if you have the offer and haven’t yet made a payment, don’t forget to do so.
There is a potentially awesome new offer out today on some business and personal credit cards that’s good for $100 back when you spend $50 or more in each of up to two transactions at T-Mobile. Check your logins for this targeted Chase Offer (perhaps some will also find it on Bank of America cards?. The offer says it is for those who switch to T-Mobile, though I’ll be curious to see if it works for existing customers since I can’t imagine there is a difference in how payments are processed.
- There is a new Chase Offer out on some business and consumer cards that is good for $100 back “when you switch to T-Mobile and make two transactions of at least $50 each”.
- Expires 7/9/21
- Must make two payments of $50+ by 9/7/21
- If cancelled, credits may stop
- Max 4/acct
- Offer valid one time only (note that this isn’t actually a contradiction since you have to make two transactions to trigger the $100 one time).
The offer details say that you earn $100 back when you switch to T-Mobile and make two transactions of at least $50 each. I’m not really sure how they would enforce that, though farther down in the terms it does say a max of 4/acct, so maybe T-Mobile is financing this (hence the limited number of times it works per T-Mobile account) and as such I suppose they could be reporting whether an account is new or not. That might explain why it says it expires 7/9 but then says you need to make two payments by 9/7.
Still, I’m going to give this a shot as I’d be happy to save $100 on my T-Mobile bill if I can. The worst case scenario here is that I end up with 5x on my Chase Ink Plus card, so I won’t have lost much. Unfortunately, Chase Offers tend to be quite slow to post, so I’m not sure we’ll know whether or not it works for paying an existing customer’s bill before the offer “expires”. Like I said, I think it’s worth a shot and we’ll see what happens.
H/T: Doctor of Credit