Amazon Free $15 When Use 1 Chase UR Point


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Some of the offers below may have expired or are unavailable on our site at this time.

This offer has been around but, was extended until June 15th. If you haven’t tried this offer to save at Amazon when using 1 UR point, see if you are targeted here.

Amazon Free $15 When Use 1 Chase UR Point

There is an offer on Amazon for Chase where you can score a free $15 off $60 when you use at least one Chase Ultimate Rewards point and enter the promo code URHOLIDAY.

The Deal

  • Add $60 to your cart (sold by Amazon.)
  • Make sure you have Chase card linked here.
  • Try promotion code: URHOLIDAY
  • $15 of savings will be reflected on the final order checkout page.

Amazon Free $15 When Use 1 Chase UR Point

These offers may be targeted, but it is definitely worth checking to see if you can get them to work!

Remember, this offer will only work if you have Chase cards that earn Ultimate Rewards points linked in Amazon,here.

Examples Of Chase Cards that earn UR Points:

Happy Shopping!

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