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Amazon and Grocery Bonuses on Co-Branded Chase Cards!

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If you hold a co-branded Chase credit card (e.g. IHG Premier, World of Hyatt, Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus, etc.), you might be able to snag up bonus points on Amazon and grocery purchases during a special promotion!

To see if your cards are eligible, visit this link. You’ll input:

  • Your last name
  • Last four digits of your applicable card
  • Your billing zip code

I received 5X offers for Amazon and 3X for groceries on these cards:

My offers are valid for up to $1,500 in combined spending each month in November and December.

Amazon-wise, I’ve just about maxed out the Amazon Amex Offer for 6X Membership Rewards points. When that wraps up, my wife and I will use her new Chase Ink Cash, just to hit any remaining minimum spend. But after that, we’ll start using the Hyatt card.

In terms of grocery store and supermarket purchases, we likely won’t use the co-branded cards. We’ve just about reached our Blue Cash Preferred‘s $6,000 yearly spend limit for 6% cashback. Then we’ll move on to the Chase Sapphire Reserve, which gives us 4.5X cashback with the Pay Yourself Back feature.


Frequent Miler has a fairly comprehensive list of which cards and bonuses are showing up.

Final Approach

If you signed up for a new Chase co-branded card — especially one with a big welcome bonus like the now-expired five nights free promotion with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless or still-alive 140,000 points IHG Rewards Club Premier — this can add even more value while reaching your minimum spend.

It’s also a nice way to get a few extra points with Amazon purchases, too.

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Rene’s Points For Better Travel, a division of Chatterbox Entertainment, Inc. has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Rene’s Points For Better Travel and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. Opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, endorsed or approved by any of these entities. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


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3 Comments

  1. The terms and condition of my wife’s offer on her old Hyatt card made it seem as if the 5x offer on Amazon applied to Whole Foods as well since it is owned by Amazon. If so, that is great since the majority of our food purchases are at WF

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