Credit card issuers have been offering all kinds of additional perks and bonuses on spending in order to keep cardmembers engaged in these difficult times.
For the past few quarters, Chase has been offering limited time, targeted spending bonuses on select cards. That trend is continuing, as Chase seems to have just rolled out new spending bonuses for the second quarter.
Chase’s card spending bonuses for 2021
Chase is offering targeted spending bonuses on many of its card products, with registration being required. It’s always worth checking periodically to see if your cards are eligible, since sometimes offers are added even after the start of the promotion period.
To see if you’re eligible, just visit chase.com/mybonus and enter your last name, zip code, and the last four digits of your card number. If you have multiple Chase cards you’ll have to check your eligibility for each card individually.
The current round of bonuses seem to be valid for purchases between April 1 and June 30, 2021.
What kind of bonuses should you expect?
Different co-brand cards are offering different bonuses. You can check what each card is eligible for at this link. These bonuses are targeted — not everyone will b eligible, and even those who are eligible may be presented with different offers. It looks like these bonuses are specific to co-brand cards, so let me share some of the offers I’m seeing on my cards.
The IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card (review) and IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card (review) are offering 5x IHG Rewards Club points at grocery stores, gas stations, and drugstores, on up to $1,500 in combined purchases.
The British Airways Visa Signature® Card (review), Iberia Visa Signature® Card (review), and Aer Lingus Visa Signature® Card (review), are offering 5x Avios at grocery stores, gas stations, and drugstores, on up to $1,500 in combined purchases.
Earn bonus World of Hyatt points for credit card spending
Chase has some new targeted spending bonuses on cards between April 1 and June 30, and you can check your eligibility here. I’m guessing most card members should be eligible, though it’s possible that these offers are targeted for now.
Frankly keeping track of the best credit cards to use at the moment can be a daunting task, given just how competitive temporary bonus categories have become. Some of these bonus categories are great — for example, I’ll definitely take advantage of the bonus on the World of Hyatt Card.
Were you targeted for Chase spending bonuses, and if so, do you plan on taking advantage of them?