Chase confirmed that the $10 Gopuff credit on many of its cards expired on Dec. 31, 2023, and won’t return for the new year. It’s a credit I’ve been using religiously since the deal was announced in 2021.
Chase told TPG it was “Confirming that the Gopuff offer for eligible Chase cardmembers ended on December 31, 2023.”
Gopuff is a delivery service that brings groceries and other household items right to your door — usually within 40 minutes, in my experience. The company offered Chase cardholders $10 in a monthly credit card statement credit on each of the Chase cards they registered. That meant I was getting $10 back on orders over $10 on three of my personal Chase cards.
Every month, I placed three separate orders and received the statement credit on my Chase Sapphire Preferred, my World of Hyatt Credit Card and my IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card (no longer available to new applicants).
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I found I was using these offers pretty regularly, and I’m disappointed to see this deal go away for 2024. Here’s just one example from my Chase Sapphire card. I spent $22.54 at Gopuff and got $10 in statement credits.
It could still make sense to use Gopuff for some items, since you can get stuff delivered for a flat fee of as low as $3.95, and the site often has sales. Gopuff is in more than 1,000 markets right now.
Unfortunately, it has also ditched a once-lucrative rewards program. Gopuff announced it was “… sunsetting the Puff Points program effective Jan. 31, 2024.”
I’d been able to use my Puff Points to take set dollar amounts off future deliveries. For example, I used my last points to redeem an offer for $3 off before the promotion ends later this month.
I will not likely continue to use the service regularly without the Chase credit. In fact, I’ve canceled my monthly “Fam” membership that gave me free delivery, but had gone up to $7.99 recently. The company said I’d saved $138 via my service over the past few years, but without the $10 per card per month via Chase, it no longer makes much sense for me personally.
Remember there are still many ways to save money on your Chase cards. If you’re unfamiliar, the program is similar to Amex Offers. You can add special cash back of other offers to your online accounts on Chase-issued debit and credit cards. Our complete guide to Chase Offers is here.
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