Chase Adds $10 Monthly Credits for Gopuff on Most Cards Through 2023 Chase Adds $10 Monthly Credits for Gopuff on Most Cards Through 2023

Chase Adds $10 Monthly Credits for Gopuff on Most Cards Through 2023

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Great news Chase cardholders! You now get $10 in monthly statement credits for Gopuff — a delivery service. Normally, “limited-time” credits are for a few months. However, this perk will last through all of 2023 and is available on all Chase credit cards. Here are the details.

What is Gopuff?

Chase cardholders can now get $10 free Gopuff

Gopuff describes itself as delivering “daily essentials in minutes—food delivery, home essentials, baby items, pet products and alcohol in select markets.”

That means the service isn't available in all markets. I searched for deliveries to the medium-sized town where my parents live, and there's nothing available.

Chase cardholders won't be able to use this Gopuff credit in all markets

However, larger cities showed tons of options for Gopuff deliveries when I created an account and browsed my options.

New Monthly Benefit for Chase $10 Gopuff Credits

The new benefit for those with U.S.-issued Chase credit cards offers a $10 monthly statement credit. That means you make a purchase from the Gopuff website, and then Chase will give you a $10 credit on your monthly credit card bill. It's not a coupon or a discount on your purchase.

Key terms:

  • Full terms are available on the landing page here.
  • No enrollment or pre-registration is required with Chase, but you will need to make an account with Gopuff.
  • You must make a qualifying purchase of at least $10.
  • The terms reference “purchase” instead of “purchases” — so you likely need to spend the $10 in one transaction.
  • The terms state that gift cards are not eligible for the statement credits in this promotion.
  • Statement credits should appear within 1-2 billing cycles.
  • Your credit card account must be open and in good standing when the statement credit posts, or you will not receive it.
  • Order minimums and delivery fees may apply, depending on what you order and where you live.
  • Not all services are available in all areas.

If you are interested, Doctor of Credit is collecting data points from users on which purchases are triggering the Gopuff credits on Chase cards. If in doubt, you can check other users' experiences before making a purchase to see whether you are likely to get the $10 statement credit or not.

Eligible credit cards:

  • All personal (consumer) Chase credit cards.
  • Only one business credit card is eligible, which is a Southwest Airlines co-branded card.
  • The full list of eligible cards is here.

Unfortunately, you can't use more than one credit card on one order. That means you'll maximize your Chase Gopuff credits by placing several small orders across your eligible Chase credit cards.

Our Take

Chase has made a lot of changes this year, such as adding perks to cards, extending its Pay Yourself Back program, and now this. Now through the end of 2023, you can get $10 of monthly statement credits for Gopuff purchases. That's a little more than 2 years to take advantage of this benefit.

It's a “limited-time perk”, but that's quite the limit. If you use this credit each month from now through December of 2023, that's a total of $260 in credits on one credit card. Multiply that by how many eligible cards you have with Chase, and it can really add up.

Is Gopuff available in your area? Are you excited about this perk?

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