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Chase Freedom Cardholders, $10 Credit Plus Free DashPass
Chase has sent out emails to Chase Freedom and Chase Freedom Unlimited cardholders with an offer to get $10 DoorDash credit in addition to the previously announced 3-months of free DashPass. DashPass, DoorDash‘s subscription service, provides unlimited deliveries with a $0 delivery fee and reduced service fees on eligible orders over $12. Members save an average of $4 to $5 per order.
Activate your complimentary 3 months of DashPass by 9/30/20 and automatically receive a $10 credit toward your next order. After 3 months, you are automatically enrolled in DashPass at half off for the next 9 months.
You can still activate your complimentary subscription with your Freedom card before 12/31/21, but you will need to do it before 9/30/20 to get the $10 credit.
How to Activate DashPass
- Create a DoorDash account if you don’t already have one.
- Add your Freedom Unlimited card as your default payment method directly into the app. If you use a third-party wallet, we will not be able to offer you the complimentary subscription.
- Activate your complimentary subscription when prompted, and enjoy!
Some added benefits for Freedom cardholders. If you have yet to activate DashPass, you can now do so and also receive a $10 credit. Right now there are also two greatly improved welcome bonuses for Chase Freedom and Chase Freedom Unlimited. You can read more about those offers here.
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