Add Your Chase Card to PayPal and Make a Purchase to Get $10 Cashback

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Some Chase cardholders have received an email offering them $10 cashback on a PayPal purchase after linking their card. This is a targeted offer.

$10 Cashback Promotion

Check your email to see if you received an email from Chase offering you $10 cashback when linking your card to PayPal. The subject of the email should be “Activation required: <name>, your card is eligible for a fall promotion”. While it's always a good idea to register, Miles to Memories found that registration isn't required.

If you were targeted, you'll need to link your Chase card to PayPal, and then make a $20 purchase with that card through PayPal before December 31, 2021. Just note that some cardholders reported that this promotion didn't work for them as the card was already linked to PayPal.

This promotion comes at a good time, as Chase's Q4 2021 5% categories are PayPal and Walmart. Perhaps these promotions will stack, meaning you'd get 55% back on a $20 PayPal purchase.

Our Take

Chase isn't the first card issuer to offer a promotion with PayPal. Earlier this year, some Amex cardholders were able to get a $30 monthly PayPal credit to use for six months, totaling $180 in credit.

This is a nice little promotion for those who were targeted. Unfortunately, not all Chase cardholders are targeted, and some who were had already their Chase card linked to PayPal. One cardholder mentioned that the $10 promotion was listed at the bottom of another email.

Did you get targeted with this $10 cashback promotion, and if so, did you run into any difficulty redeeming it? Also, let us know if there really was activation required.

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