(EXPIRED) Best Buy Chase Offer: Get 10% Back On Up To $250 Spend (Targeted)

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There’s a new Best Buy Chase Offer that’s giving 10% back on up to $250 spend. It’s a targeted offer, but if you’re lucky enough to have it on more than one card, you can take advantage of the deal more than once.

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The Deal

  • Get 10% back on all your Best Buy purchases with a targeted Chase Offer. ($25 max cashback)

Key Terms

  • Expires September 28th, 2023.

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Quick Thoughts

These Best Buy Chase Offers come around every so often and have different spending limits. This latest offer is good on up to $250 spend which is a fairly good limit, although some past offers have been good on up to $440 of spend.

The nice thing about Chase Offers compared to Amex Offers is that if you’re targeted for the offer on more than one card, you can redeem it on each of those cards.

Even if you don’t need to purchase any kind of merchandise from Best Buy at the moment, this spending offer could still be worth making use of. That’s because Best Buy sells a range of gift cards online and in-store that’ll work to trigger the statement credit from this offer. These are the types of gift cards you can buy:

  • In-store
    • Best Buy gift cards
    • Third party gift cards (e.g. Amazon)
  • Online
    • Third party gift cards

The only kind of gift cards that aren’t eligible for this offer are Best Buy eGift cards; those don’t work because payment is processed by CashStar rather than Best Buy.

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[…] 6/6/2023: Check your Chase Offers. Tim at Frequent Miler points out that there is a new targeted Chase offer out for 10% back on up to $250 in spending at […]


What’s this have to do with travel and why is this post on Boarding Area? It’s about as relevant as you posting about sports or politics.

Stephen Pepper

Best Buy sells a wide range of travel gift cards – Delta, Southwest, Lyft, Uber, Shell, Amtrak, Airbnb, etc. – so these Chase Offers and similar Best Buy Amex Offers can be a good way to save on those.

Dugroz Reports

In addition to what Stephen wrote, many of us consider cash-back to be part of the “mix” in our travel budget. So, if I can save $25 on normal expenses (by buying an Amazon gift card, gas card, etc), that’s $25 I can put into my travel savings account to spend on things I can’t generally buy directly with points and miles! (Meals, tours, etc.)


Any idea if purchases at BestBuy Canada stores would trigger this? I have 20% back offer on Marriott card (good for $25 back), so am curious. The terms don’t say it’s valid only at US stores.

Stephen Pepper

It’s hard to know with Chase Offers. With Amex Offers, there’s usually an exclusion stating that charges have to be in USD, but perhaps CAD charges will work with Chase Offers.


I took one for the team and bought C$150 (~US$113) worth of grocery store gift card from my local BB store. the transaction recorded as Best Buy #<insert store number> without any reference to it being a US or a Canadian store. Of course the payment will be processed in CAD, so Chase’s system will know the transaction was at a non-US store. Will report back on whether this triggers the credit or not, sometime next week.

FWIW, I have been targeted for the grocery/restaurant offers on various chase cards for the past couple of months and all international spends have triggered those offer credits, so I am 99% sure this BB credit will post too. But, like they say – YMMV!

Last edited 1 year ago by DMoney

I checked this morning and while the statement credit hasn’t posted yet, the offer has moved to my “redeemed” offers section with a redemption value of US$22.50 (exactly what is should have). So, I can confirm that this works on international BB stores and should work no matter what you buy, including physical BB gift cards.