Chase Offers, Get $25/$50 When You Make Two Xfinity Mobile Payments

There’s a new Chase Offer for Xfinity Mobile customers. Make two separate transactions with Xfinity Mobile on the card associated with the offer and you will receive $25 or $50 cash back. There’s two different offers. Good offers for those with Xfinity Mobile service, but I’m not sure if it can be used somehow by others.

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Chase Offers

Chase Offers were recently added to Chase cards. The are similar to Amex Offers as they usually give you cashback when you use your eligible Chase credit card to shop at a participating store. You can see your offers in the Chase app. Just scroll all the way down after you log in. You need to have the latest update of the app to see the offers.

Chase Offers could be targeted to certain accounts, so not every offer will be available for everyone. It’s best to just add all the offers that you see listed. Usually the same offers will also show up in Bank of America, Suntrust and BB&T account.

Offer Terms

  • Offer expires ?
  • Must make two Xfinity Mobile payments by 2/29/2020
  • You will receive cash back 30 days after second monthly service bill is paid

Guru’s Wrap-Up

The offer is targeted. Check your Chase account to see if you have it. You could see an offer for $25 or $50, but this is easy money regardless.


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