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Chase is offering 10x points or 10% cash back when you use Chase Pay to make purchases from Walmart.com. The promo is specifically for members who hold personal Ultimate Rewards earning credit cards and runs through August 31, 2017.
Details of the Promotion
- Offer valid for purchases made through August 31, 2017
- Earn 10X points or 10% cash back (depending on your card) on purchases up to a total of $250 (2,500 points or $25 maximum bonus for the entire promotion) – You earn 9x, or 9% bonus in addition to your base earn.
- Valid at Walmart.com (in store purchases do not count)
- You must use Chase Pay when you check out
- No registration is necessary
How it Works
The graphic below covers the process, but it is super easy. Go to Walmart.com, select what you want to purchase and proceed to check out. When it comes time to choose a payment method, select the “+ More” option and click the Chase Pay button. You'll be prompted to enter your Chase.com credentials, and the charge will show up on your card as normal. The additional points or cash back will be credited to your account automatically.
Promos that require no registration are our favorite — especially if its extra points or cash back for something we'd already do. Sure, you'll need to slightly alter your check out process, but for 9x additional points or a bonus 9% cash back, this is a win.
If you have multiple cards, you should be able to earn the bonus on each of them! With points that don’t expire, and plenty of hotels and airline frequent flyer programs you can transfer your Ultimate Rewards Points to, there is plenty of value to be had here for minimal effort; every point counts!
Source: Frequent Miler
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