Chase Automatically Extending Spending Period for Some Cardholders
Update 4/13/2020: Chase reached out to correct a mistake in the offer to extend the spending period.
- We are automatically extending the time frame for new cardmembers to earn their points-based welcome offer – and that’s for those who opened an account from January 1 – March 31. The extension will be for 3 months.
So the automatic extension if for those who opened an account from January 1 – March 31 and for those who have not met their minimum spend from January – March 31. Chase also clarified that this offer does not apply to tiered bonuses yet. “We’re still trying to figure that one out” they said.
I wrote two days ago about several positive data points where people have successfully been able to extend the spending period from three months to six months. Now Miles to Memories posted more information from Chase regarding an automatic extension for customers who have not met their minimum spend from January – March 31.
I wanted to let you know that we are actually automatically giving extensions to those customers who have not met their minimum spend from January – March 31, so no reason for them to call in. More information below:
- For cardmembers who did not meet their spending requirements for new account point bonuses between January and March 31, we are automatically extending the time to meet those minimums by three months for all Chase cardmembers.
- If a cardmember didn’t meet their spend threshold between January and March 31, you’ll automatically be granted an extra 3 months, no action needed. We plan to share these details with impacted cardmembers in the next few weeks.
- For your background, this is for customers who do not have tiered offers (e.g. spend x in first three months for the first bonus and then spend x in the next year for an additional bonus). If a cardmember received a tiered offer, we’re working on a solve for that and I’ll get back to you with those details soon.