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News: Save Money When Ordering ahead with Chase Pay -

Chase Pay is getting cardholders off to a good start in 2019, by offering them some money saving promotions during January when they use the mobile wallet. First things first people who have never used the Chase Pay app to order breakfast, lunch or dinner ahead of time from a restaurant can now get a $5 credit for giving it a test drive. This offer expires on January 31st.

Next up is a promotion offering people who use the Chase Pay app three times to pay ahead of time for their meal a $10 credit. To take advantage of this offer they must place three separate orders totaling $5 or more. They can order ahead of time, or opt to scan the QR code when ordering from restaurants. The QR codes are found in the “Nearby” tab in the app. Once the cardholder places their third order, they should find credit in the app. It usually takes a full day for it to show up. This app is set to expire on January 31st too.

The scoop on Chase pay

Using Chase Pay is pretty simple, and to get started people simply download the app into their smartphone via the App Store or Google Play depending upon the phone they have.

Once that is done they set up their account and add in their Chase payment card. At that point, they are ready to get started using the mobile wallet to make payments and check out the promotions being offered.

Getting the most out of your promotion

With Chase Pay, people can load most if not all of their Chase credit cards, and still earn points while using the mobile wallet to make payments. When using the app it can pay to team up promotions with credit cards that earn points and miles.

For instance, with the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cards people earn triple points when eating at restaurants, while the World of Hyatt Credit Card and the Chase Sapphire Preferred offer double points when eating out.

Other cards let people earn rewards for all spends, including the Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card offering 1.5% cash back.

To get more information on Chase Pay people can visit the website.