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Update 6/20/20: Extended to June 24, 2020.
Update 6/13/20: Thanks again to Jeph36 for advising that this has been extended to June 20. It’s interesting that this is an extension of only 6 days versus 7 days as in the past, so maybe this is the last extension?
Update 6/7/20: Jeph36 has confirmed that this offer has been extended again to June 14, 2020 if you’ve not used it yet.
Update 5/24/20: As per jeph36’s comment, this offer has been extended to June 7, 2020 if you haven’t used it already. This sometimes happens with Chase Offers, although there’s sadly no way of knowing right now if it’ll be extended beyond that date.
When checking the Chase Offers on my cards last night, I came across a nice one for Office Depot/OfficeMax. It’s giving 10% back as a statement credit and is good on up to $80 of spend, although it seems to be highly targeted.
- Earn 10% back as a statement credit at Office Depot/OfficeMax with a targeted Chase Offer.
May 25, 2020 June 7June 20, 2020.
- $8 back maximum.
- Offer valid one time only.
- Payment must be made directly with the merchant.
- Offer not valid on third-party delivery services.
This offer seems to be highly targeted as my wife and I only had it on one card between us. The great thing is that the card it appeared on is my Chase Ink Plus card, so not only will we earn 10% back on up to $80 but we’ll also get 5x on the spend too.
The offer is valid for the next few weeks, so it might be worth waiting a little while before using it if you don’t need to go to an Office Depot or OfficeMax store right now. Not only is that good from the standpoint of not making unnecessary trips, but you might also get to stack it with a Visa or Mastercard gift card deal in the future.
If one of those offers doesn’t appear, it might still be best to buy a Visa or Mastercard gift card anyway, especially if you have the offer on an Ink Plus or Ink Cash card. The $8 statement credit will more than offset the activation fee, plus you’ll earn extra points due to spending $206.95. If that spend is done on an Ink Plus or Ink Cash card, you’ll earn 1,035 Ultimate Rewards or $10.35. Those calculations are correct because Chase calculates points based on the spend before statement credits are taken into account, unlike Amex Offers where they only credit points based on the post-statement credit spend.