GoPuff is an on-demand delivery service for groceries, food, and other items like tooth paste, cell phone charges, or over the counter medicines. Nearly all Chase consumer cards now have a $10 per month credit with GoPuff on purchase of $10 or more.
This offer runs through December 31, 2023 so potentially $10 per month per eligible card for over 24 months. Deliveries cost $1.95, so you need to buy something over $9 to get the credit. No registration is required.
This gets even better because you can get $15 additional credit with your first GoPuff order by going through the Swagbucks shopping portal, and these offers stack.
I currently have 6 open Chase consumer cards, so could see myself making a bunch of small orders every much, but even though I live about 12 minutes from downtown Austin my home is outside of their delivery area. I could do this while I’m traveling in a major city but I’m not certain that I will.
One saving grace may be that there’s a report of the credit working with gift card purchases, though the offer’s terms explicitly exclude this so I can’t promise it’ll work for you or if it does that it will continue working.
I hadn’t even heard of GoPuff until Hyatt announced a pilot partnership with them at a handful of Hyatt Place hotels. These GoPuff deals are perfect examples of merchant-funded offers that, when offered through a credit card, never last. You’ll note that the Chase offer has a defined end date (December 31, 2023). A hotel partnership could last longer because each Hyatt Place property is continually getting new guests at a more rapid rate than cardmembership turns over, so it isn’t just introducing the same customers to the brand.