(EXPIRED) (Targeted) Chase: Spend $100 in select categories & get $15 back (insurance, utilities & more)

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Chase is out with a new round of targeted spending offers giving $15 back as a statement credit when spending $100 or more in one of five categories.

Chase spend $100 get $15 back select categories

The Deal

  • Spend $100+ in one of the following categories on a targeted Chase card & get $15 back as a statement credit:
    • Insurance
    • Utilities
    • Fitness clubs & gym memberships
    • Local transit & commuting
    • Phone, cable & internet services
  • Direct link to registration.

Key Terms

  • To be eligible for this bonus offer, you must activate by 06/30/24 11:59 p.m. E.T.
  • You will qualify for and receive your bonus if you make Purchases with your credit card that total an amount at or above the specified target amount during the promotional period in the following rewards categories: fitness club and gym memberships; utilities; internet, cable, and phone services; insurance; or/and local transit/commuting (excluding airline purchases). For more information about Chase rewards categories, see chase.com/RewardsCategoryFAQs.
  • Purchases posted to your account with a transaction date during the offer period are eligible for this offer. Delays by the merchant could extend the transaction date beyond the offer period.
  • Please allow up to 8 weeks after qualifying for statement credit to post to your account.
  • (“Purchases” do not include balance transfers, cash advances, travelers checks, foreign currency, money orders, wire transfers or similar cash-like transactions, lottery tickets, casino gaming chips, race track wagers or similar betting transactions, any checks that access your account, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, and fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable.)
  • To qualify for this bonus offer, account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment.
  • This bonus offer is non-transferable and applies only to cardmembers who receive marketing communications for this offer.

Quick Thoughts

This seems to be a highly targeted offer, although it appears that they’re slow-rolling activation emails about this. My wife initially got an email on one of her IHG cards this morning, but just moments ago she received a similar offer on her other IHG card. I’ve tried registering other cards on the registration page listed above, but alas – no luck.

It’s an easy win for anyone targeted as I imagine most people will be spending at least $100 in one of the eligible categories over the course of the next couple of months. For recurring bills, remember to change your payment method back to what it was before if you’re only wanting to switch which card you use this one time.

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The link you provided above just signed me up for HBO MAX! I need not want that and I’m. It sure how to get out of it


I meant to say I do not want HBO MAX.

Dave Hanson

Check the fine print for triggering amount!

I had this offer on 5 personal Chase cards. But one of the 5–the one on my Freedom card, as opposed to the 4 co-branded ones–had a $150 qualifying spend, not $50.


Random data point but I got these $15 off $100 offers through email on 3 Chase cards and simply went to my utility page and prepaid $100 on each of them for the easy credit … except after a week, I hadn’t seen the credit. Forgot that each requires activation from the email. Fortunately after I clicked the activation link, the credits all posted within a couple days.


HBO Max on all 7 of our Chase cards.


When I clicked the link it gave me an offer for HBO Max


I vaguely remember seeing the email and clicking through but now don’t recall which card. (It was late!) Can someone tell me or post what the email contained?


Prepaid utility bill for 101$ on Monday, today received 15$ credit on prime visa card


Interestingly, I received the offer for my Flex. But when I clicked on the link in this article, I got an offer for Max on my CSR. So I entered my Flex info, and received the Max offer. Wrong link?

Nancy Boucher

Tried my 8 Chase cards and still got “you have already enrolled in this offer’ even with the updated link per Stephen. Seems off. Also, after you enroll in one of these how can you go back and see it is attached to your card? I sometimes forget to screenshot offers, but really need to with Chase. In past have had them tell me I didn’t have an offer that I signed up for twice. Without the screenshots I would not have recd the bonus points


6 chase cards, 4 no offer available, 2 got MAX through September
not sure how everyone seems to get different results from the same link, so assuming it’s an offer link, not a specific link to a single deal?


I had same experience as Stephen 🙂 I usually pay utilities from my CFU. Yesterday morning my P2 got this offer for Amazon prime. Later, P2 also got for CFF. When I tried to register it said your card doesn’t have this offer .


Attempted to register for this offer on my 8 different Chase cards…response was “you registered for this offer already” each time, which makes me think the link is bad.




This took me to HBO max. Wrong link?


Signing up with this link just registered me for the HBO Max deal.


Can I use the credit card to spend $50 in insurance and $50 in utilities to get the $15 bonus?