If You Have a Chase Card, You Should Really Spend $20 during eBags Right Now

$20 Cash Back/2,000 Points during eBags.com with Chase Pay and Chase Freedom/Freedom Unlimited/Sapphire Preferred Card. Details here.

Similar to a special Walmart and Best Buy Chase Pay promotions we common a few weeks ago, we can now get 2,000 Chase points (worth $20 in money behind during a unclothed minimum) when we spend $20 during eBags and use Chase Pay to check out. Terms and conditions here and here.

At a bottom level, if we find something for around $20—like this TRTL transport pillow, or these make-up cubes—and use this promotion, you’ll roughly be removing your squeeze for free.


But if we have possibly a Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve card, a points we acquire from this graduation can be used for transport rather than money back, definition they could be value a lot some-more than $20. For instance a Sapphire Reserve allows we to book transport directly during a rate of 1.5 cents per point, creation this graduation value a smallest of $30 in travel. And if we find a unequivocally good partner emancipation (like we did for my outing to Hawaii), it could be value a lot more.

Just be certain to strike a Chase Pay symbol during checkout, and use possibly a Chase Freedom, a Freedom Unlimited, or a Sapphire Preferred label to pay. It doesn’t seem that a Sapphire Reserve is eligible, yet once we get a points, we can send them into your Reserve comment for transport emancipation purposes.

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