Chase Pay Promo, Earn 10x UR Points On Up To $400 ($300 Now) At Best Buy

Update: Limit has been lowered to $300 spending.


The Chase Pay Best Buy promo is back again. You can get 10% Cash Back when you use Chase Pay at Best Buy. 10% back per dollar spent on up to $400 in purchases. This promotion it’s showing up for the Freedom card only as of now, but it will most likely be available for Freedom Unlimited, Sapphire, Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve as well.

Promo Page

Chase Pay Best Buy

Offer Terms

  • Offer valid in-store only.
  • Promotional period runs January 15, 2018, to February 4, 2018
  • Bonus cash back will post to your account within a week of the transaction posting, and will appear on your monthly credit card billing statement and be available for use within 1ÔÇô2 billing cycles.
  • This promotional offer is non-transferable.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

This is a great offer that can be easily maximized at Best Buy. The offer is available for in-store purchases only and they do sell a wide variety of gift cards. Hopefully they also have some kind of sale soon to stack with this promotion.

Terms state that offer is non-transferable, but that was the case last time also and everyone qualified. Let me know if you you have links for other Chase cards as well.

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9 thoughts on “Chase Pay Promo, Earn 10x UR Points On Up To $400 ($300 Now) At Best Buy

  1. I just received an email from Chase. It’s now active for the Sapphire Reserve card for 10X up to $300.00 ­čÖé

      • No link.

        DON’T
        BE A ROOKIE.
        EARN 10X POINTS.
        Use your Sapphire┬« card at Best Buy┬« for the big game. Check out using the Chase Pay app and you’ll automatically earn a total of 10 points per $1 spent on up to $300 maximum in purchases.1

        That’s 9 extra points in addition to the 1 point you always earn on purchases at Best Buy. Offer valid in-store only from January 15th to February 4th.

  2. Did the promo change? When I click on it, the small print says “10% back per dollar spent on up to $300 in purchases.” So is it “up to $400” or “up to $300”?

    • The email i received from best buy today said $300 also. Not sure. I’ll contact chase and see if they can clarify.

      • Thanks, DDG! I read the thread on DoC and it looks like it may have changed. Lots of people commenting earlier today that it looks like it went from $400 down to $300.

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