Chase Pay Yourself Back: What You Need to Know

Chase’s Pay Yourself Back is now a staple for redeeming Ultimate Rewards points. Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Ink-branded cards can all use Pay Yourself Back to offset eligible purchases with a bonus. However, as of January 1, 2022, the eligible categories have changed. Here’s what you need to know about the changes to this popular redemption option.

Earn 10X Points on Purchases Through Chase Dining

The Chase Sapphire Reserve® now offers 10X points on purchases made through the Chase Dining platform. For frequent diners who live in an area with an ample selection of participating restaurants, this is a huge return on spending. But you can’t just walk up to your favorite neighborhood eatery and swipe your card for 10X points. Here’s what you need to know to take advantage of this perk.

Chase Co-Brand Cardmembers Get a $10 DoorDash Credit with DashPass Activation

Chase is now offering a $10 DoorDash credit to cardholders who activate a free DashPass membership. If you have a Chase co-branded card and are planning to activate your free DoorDash membership, this promotion is for you. But you have to act before September 30, 2021 – even though you can claim your free DoorDash membership through March 31, 2022 (originally December 31, 2021).

Should You Get the Chase Freedom Flex?

The Chase Freedom Flex℠ is the latest addition to the Ultimate Rewards family of cards. It offers many of the best benefits of the Chase Freedom® and the recently improved Chase Freedom Unlimited®—including no annual fee and generous spending categories. In addition, the Freedom Flex comes with a unique set of benefits, from complimentary cell phone protection to savings with Lyft and DoorDash.