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Select Chase cards offering free DashPass membership for cheaper food delivery

The program, typically $9.99 per month, waives delivery fees on select orders

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Select Chase cardholders can now enjoy a free DashPass membership for a limited time – saving on delivery and service fees.

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Chase has launched a unique program with food delivery platform DoorDash, offering select cardholders a discount on the service’s DashPass option. With DashPass, members won’t have to pay a delivery fee on orders over $12, and service fees are much lower. Typically $9.99 a month, DoorDash estimates most DashPass members can save $4 or $5 for every order.

Cardholders of the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Slate, Chase Freedom® and Chase Freedom Unlimited® can all enroll in DashPass for free for a limited time.

Sapphire cardholders qualify for free DashPass for an entire year, while Freedom and Slate cardholders get a free membership for the first three months, followed by 50% off their next nine months of membership. Through Dec. 31, 2021, qualifying cardholders can enroll in DashPass online or in the mobile app and set their participating Chase card as their primary payment method to activate the deal.

“Across Chase branded cards, we’ve seen spending with food delivery more than double in the last year, and the majority of those cardmembers are ordering-in on average at least one time per month,” Catherine Hogan, president of Chase Branded Cards, said in a press release. “We’re excited to team up with DoorDash to bring their industry-leading selection of restaurants to our cardmembers with an added perk to make dining in more rewarding.”

If you aren’t sure if your Chase card comes with this new benefit, you can check for the perk under the featured benefits section of your Ultimate Rewards portal.

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Dining benefits a top priority for credit card holders

This new DashPass deal will easily offer plenty of value for Chase cardholders. Beyond saving members $9.99 a month on DashPass, foodies who often order out will save even more on their delivery and service fees.

Dining perks like this one have already proven to be favorites of credit card holders. Last year, the Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card boasted a similar promotion for Postmates Unlimited – though the offer has since expired.

It is clear that the top rewards credit cards are taking a look at dining when it comes to ways to add new and unique value to their programs. This is great news for foodies, as you can look beyond a high rewards rate on dining or grocery purchases for perks that can save you even more when you eat out or order in.

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