Chase Now Offers Instacart Statement Credits For Sapphire And Freedom Cards

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Chase now issues an Instacart credit card. And their partnership extends to introducing customers of other own-branded cards to the Instacart product. That includes Instacart+ membership and also now statement credits as well. Enrollment is required by July 31, 2024 to take advantage of these benefits.

  • Chase Sapphire Reserve®: 1-year Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $15/month in statement credits on purchases

  • Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card: 6 months Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $15/quarter in statement credits on purchases

  • Chase Freedom Unlimited®, Chase Freedom® Student credit card and legacy Chase Freedom: 3 months Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $10/quarter in statement credits on purchases

The Chase Slate also currently offers 3 months of Instacart+ free. Instacart+ provides free delivery on orders over a certain size; reduced Instacart service fees; and credit back on eligible Pickup orders.

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  1. Interesting. Since they are statement credits, they should “stack” if people have multiple cards that get the credit, although that might not be all that easy to use since I think it’s hard to split payments on instacart.

  2. Signed up and placed my first order.

    There’s an FAQ page easily found by searching “instacart chase offer” online.

    And I’ve set up a reminder to cancel Instacart+ just before it renews on a paid basis.

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