Chase Offers: Get Up to 10% Cashback on Alaska and Airbnb

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While not as well-known as Amex Offers, Chase Offers give Chase cardholders the chance to earn cashback when making purchases with select merchants. And now is a great time for travelers to check your Chase Offers, as there are currently several travel-related Chase Offers.

Here's a roundup of the airline and hotel offers that we are finding in our Chase accounts. Keep in mind that Chase Offers are targeted, so you may not see all of these offers. Also, as you'll see, the cashback rate varies between cardholders.

Save 10% on Alaska Airlines

  • Get 10% cashback when you spend $50 or more on an Alaska Airlines airfare purchase
  • Reward capped at $31. Max out this offer by spending $310 on a single purchase
  • One-time use only
  • Offer expires October 18, 2020

Save 5% on Airbnb

  • Earn 5% cashback on Airbnb stays
  • $28 maximum cashback
  • Payments must be made on or before September 30, 2020
  • You must check-in for your stay by November 29, 2020

Our Take

If you're unfamiliar with Chase Offers, make sure to read our guide on how to find out if you're targeted for a Chase Offer. As we pointed out, the cashback rate may vary between cardholders for these offers. You'll need to log into your account to see which one (if any) you're targeted for. Also, don't forget to check Cashback Monitor to ensure you're getting the best deal at each of these merchants.

If you're targeted, it's worth enrolling in the offer—even if you aren't sure whether or not you'll use it. Just make sure to jot down a reminder to use your Chase credit card if you do end up booking a trip.

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  • I have such bad luck with being targeted for these!

  • How do you get Targeted for offers? I rarely ever have more than 4 and many times it’s 5% back at Starbucks with a cap of $1.50…

    • Following to see if anyone knows the answer to this. I was wondering the same thing.

      Maybe it’s based on an analysis of your card usage?

      • If it works the way AmEx Offers seems to work, start by always adding any offers you get to you card, even if they aren’t at all of interest to you. That should prompt more and different offers to follow. Hope that helps!

  • Nancy Hiatt says:

    Just applied for a Chase Freedom Unlimited card and was rejected – whaaat?? I have a Chase SWA card, and 2 Ink Business Cards, among others.

    What did they tell me?
    – too many applications for cards in the past TWELVE months – I got Alaska Airlines (Bank of America) card. And 2 cards the year before
    – no loans with Chase (#1 – no Chase offices in my city, and #2 I don’t need a loan!)
    – delinquency – yes I took a settlement with Chase THIRTEEN YEARS ago – because they upped my rate to 30% even though I NEVER missed a payment. I have been current on all my credit cards since 2009.

    – and to top it off my credit score is very high.

    What’s the deal?? How can I find the reconsideration number?

    Any of y’all having the same issues??

    • Hey Nancy, I’m sorry to hear about that. You can contact the lending team at (888) 609-7805 to discuss your application. We’ve seen evidence that nearly all CC issuers have tightened application standards since the pandemic started. Hopefully, reconsideration will help. But if not, I suspect the approval criteria will eventually loosen when the economy stabilizes.

  • Sigh…international travel is still far far away and I can’t use any of these sweet offers.

  • Some of these might actually be useful. In the past, I’ve found AMEX offers much more useful than Chase offers.

  • This is a great promo for Chase to have. Right now a lot of ppl are looking at holiday travel so they might be able to take advantage. Now I just have to hope they have a promo in oct. As we get closer to the holidays I am hoping they will have some promos and maybe think up some different ways to offer benefit to the cards.

  • These are good offers by chase, its just that the threshold amount of the discount is so low on these offers.

  • Two good resources that I use regularly: Chase Offers and Cashback Monitor.

  • It looks like you can take $150 off from a $1000 domestic long weekend vacation.

  • HYATT is the most love hotels for me to stay. It’s a good offer for me. Thanks this info.

  • The discounts are perfect for domestic getaways.

  • Good promo, I am ready to have a travel with my wife next weekend to stay at Marriott, Can be help me save more money.

  • This will save us a good deal of cash as we are vacationing by car and staying at chain hotels. Thank you!

    • Monica Samezuk says:

      Only for Us cardholders. Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton are global companies. When a card for those who does not apply tor any of those offers

  • Those are some pretty high offers!

  • I’ve been targeted for a few of these offers. I learned the hard way that you have to make sure you are spending the minimum amount. Definitely double check that if you are hoping to qualify for the offer.

  • I noticed that the Hyatt offer was on both my Hyatt and CSR.
    These offers have been a pleasant surprise since they started. Already saved the cost of the AF, on all of my premium cards this year, by strategically using them.

  • A shot at free money? Yeah, nothing to lose here. Thanks.

  • Thanks for the reminder, I forget about Chase offers all the time…