Get DoorDash Perks With Chase Credit Cards

Get DoorDash Perks With Chase Credit Cards

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In early 2020, Chase and DoorDash launched a partnership, offering perks (including a DoorDash DashPass) for those with Chase credit cards. This was initially supposed to end in early 2022, but has now been extended for a few more years. As of the beginning of April 2022 even more perks are live, so I wanted to recap all the details of the partnership.

What is DoorDash DashPass?

For those of you not familiar with DoorDash, it’s a delivery service available in hundreds of cities in the United States. DoorDash primarily offers food delivery from restaurants, but also offers deliveries from grocery stores, convenience stores, pet stores, and more.

DoorDash DashPass is a membership service that ordinarily costs $9.99 per month. This offers several perks, the most significant of which is $0 delivery fees on eligible restaurant and grocery store deliveries (generally you need to spend at least $12 with a restaurant or $25 with a grocery store). There is still a service charge, and on top of that you’re expected to tip.

Long story short, if you use DoorDash multiple times per month, a DashPass membership is probably worth it, since these fees are otherwise an average of $4-5 per order. Fortunately there are ways to get this other than outright paying, especially if you have a Chase credit card.

DoorDash is useful for food and grocery deliveries

What DoorDash perks do Chase cards offer?

Several Chase credit cards have new and extended DoorDash perks, valid all the way through 2024, which is pretty awesome. While so many credit card perks nowadays are temporary, at least this one is valid for a few years. Let’s go over the perks that are available by card type.

Chase Sapphire DoorDash DashPass benefits

The Chase Sapphire Reserve® (review) and Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card (review) offer a complimentary DoorDash DashPass through December 31, 2024. That’s right, you can get nearly three additional years of a DashPass membership. The pass is also available for a minimum of 12 months, so if you wait all the way until 2024 to sign-up, the membership could potentially be valid into 2025.

Even those who have the above cards but canceled their memberships are eligible to re-enroll.

Chase Sapphire Reserve monthly DoorDash credit

When this partnership launched, the Chase Sapphire Reserve® offered a $60 annual DoorDash credit in both 2020 and 2021. While that lump sum won’t be making a comeback, there are now once again credits in a different form:

  • The card offers a $5 monthly DoorDash credit
  • This is valid between April 1, 2022, and December 31, 2024
  • This isn’t a statement credit, but rather you’ll see a $5 monthly credit in your DoorDash account when you link your card, and it will automatically be applied to your next eligible order
  • The credits only expire after three months, so in theory you could use a single $15 credit every three months, if you wanted to

As you can see, you’re potentially looking at up to $60 in annual DoorDash credits, though you’ll have to use them a minimum of four times annually to maximize value.

Chase Freedom DoorDash DashPass benefits

The Chase Freedom FlexSM (review) and Chase Freedom Unlimited® (review) now also offer a complimentary DoorDash DashPass membership for a period of three months:

  • This is available for sign-up between April 1, 2022, and December 31, 2024
  • This is only available to those who haven’t used the benefit before
  • You only get a DashPass membership for three months, but then you can get a 50% discount for an additional nine months, bringing the cost for that period to under $5 per month

Chase co-branded card DoorDash DashPass benefits

Several co-branded Chase credit cards are offering a complimentary DoorDash DashPass membership for a period of 12 months:

  • This is only valid for those who haven’t previously used the Chase DashPass benefit
  • Enrollment is required by December 31, 2024, and once enrolled you get a one year DashPass

This feature is valid on the following co-branded credit cards:

How do you activate Chase DoorDash benefits?

The process of enrolling a Chase credit card for DoorDash benefits is quite easy. Just create a DoorDash account (if you don’t have one already). Then for your payment method, enter an eligible Chase credit card number. Once you do that, you should see the option to activate the above perks. There really aren’t many hoops to jump through.

Enrolling for these benefits is quite easy

If you do link a Chase Sapphire Reserve, the $5 monthly credit should also show in your account, under the “Payment” section of your account.

DoorDash Chase Sapphire Reserve credit

Bottom line

In recent years we’ve seen so many limited time credit card perks introduced. Obviously it’s a mutually beneficial arrangement, whereby credit card issuers can offer more perks, and other companies can get access to a lucrative customer base.

It’s nice to see the partnership between Chase and DoorDash extended all the way through the end of 2024, giving Chase Sapphire cardmembers access to a DashPass membership that entire time. Furthermore, those with the Chase Sapphire Reserve® can now receive a $5 monthly DoorDash credit. You’ll be able to redeem up to three at a time, given that each credit will be valid for three months. Lastly, some other Chase cardmembers can enjoy a more limited time DashPass membership.

Have you gotten value out of the partnership between Chase and DoorDash?

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  1. TravelerMike Guest

    So, I have the CSR and just looked at my DoorDash app and noticed that I only have $5 available in credits. I did not use DoorDash during the month of April. Do I not get the additional $5 (for May) until I spend the April credit? Or do they expire at the end of the month? —Confused??

  2. Jj Guest

    Can i stack two card into on dd account? And get 10bucks per month

  3. Ak Guest

    How do
    You redeem the 5.00 from
    Chase saphire reserve? How do I know I wil
    Get credit
    For 3
    Months worth?

  4. Sharon Guest

    I signed up for doordash 4/2 using my CSR card. Where can I see the $5 doordash credit? I can't find it in my Doordash or my Chase site. I did a test order and didn't see it there either. Did I miss the 4/1 credit? Thanks in advance.

    1. Pam Guest

      I added my CSR as a pmt method but see no credit either

  5. Pam Guest

    Do you have to PAY with the CSR to get the new credit? Do you have to add it as a payment method even or does DoorDash know you have a CSR already?

    I’d like to use my hubs CSP to pay (& its own membership) for the 10% points credit but also get my $5/mth CSR credit…any way to do both?

  6. Alonzo Diamond

    Doordash sent an email saying only 1 order gets $5 off now. Before it was two.

  7. Ian Guest

    Is there any mention on Chase's website about the $5 credit? I used up the initial reserve dash pass. Cancelled at the end and did a new one with United card. I can't find any information from Chase about the new $5 benefit. It seems weird that they wouldn't send out an email to Reserve holders?

  8. East2West Member

    Delivery fee waived if you spend a certain amount but you still have a service fee. It’s like a hotel selling a membership that waives a “destination fee” that they made up if you spend a certain amount but you still have to pay the “resort fee” that they also made up. Door Dash, Uber Eats etc are rip offs.

  9. Andy 11235 Guest

    After recently using uber for the first time in a million years, I got a coupon for uber eats. $25 off sounded really generous, so we tried it. Except between the delivery fees, service charges, and tip, $25 barely covered the extra cost. At this point in the pandemic I have found that all the restaurants we frequent have set up their own online ordering platforms. We tried doordash a few times to use the...

    After recently using uber for the first time in a million years, I got a coupon for uber eats. $25 off sounded really generous, so we tried it. Except between the delivery fees, service charges, and tip, $25 barely covered the extra cost. At this point in the pandemic I have found that all the restaurants we frequent have set up their own online ordering platforms. We tried doordash a few times to use the $60 credits, and the "dashpass" definitely did help with the fees. However, it does make me question the model, since ordering directly from a restaurant generally only costs the tip.

    1. Chris Guest

      Great comment, thanks

    2. John Lennon Guest

      hmm...what do you mean? all the restaurants you order from...deliver on their own? That seems very unlikely. Most of the 3rd party apps/POS create rest tabs which then get processed by DoorDash ...even papajohns and little Caesars have deals with DoorDash now. of course, small guys pay 25-30% and they pay 10%.

      no, togo orders generally dont charge more although there will prob be packaging fees introduced to cover the expensiveness of packaging to...

      hmm...what do you mean? all the restaurants you order from...deliver on their own? That seems very unlikely. Most of the 3rd party apps/POS create rest tabs which then get processed by DoorDash ...even papajohns and little Caesars have deals with DoorDash now. of course, small guys pay 25-30% and they pay 10%.

      no, togo orders generally dont charge more although there will prob be packaging fees introduced to cover the expensiveness of packaging to go orders and for delivery its always going to be a charge. it makes no sense from an overhead perspective for non established or extremely high volume to even mess with drivers etc.

      the whole model is a bit f'ed bc all parties hurt: restaURANTS lowered margin, consumer pays higher (restaurants will charge 10-30% more to cover fees and packaging), drivers dont make much and blah blah.

      but...its here and its big so it will be interesting. esp when govt intervenes. For restaurants its a deal with the devil - no one likes these delivery companies whatsoever but its a necessary evil.

  10. tda1986 Guest

    Fix they say when accounts will actually reflect the extended date? Even after I canceled my old Dash Pass on 1/31/22, deleted my CSR, and re-added my CSR, my account shows complimentary Dash Pass valid through 1/31/22.

    1. Barbara Katz Guest

      I have had the exact same thing happen to me. So how does one get the newly-extended Door Pass under these circumstances? Please advise, because doing what you advised has not worked.

    2. Peter Guest

      Mine still shows 1/31/22, but I tried to use it today and still got the benefit. I would imagine the benefit is there even though the date has not been updated.

  11. Will Guest

    I was able to enroll for the 12-month offer for a complimentary DoorDash DashPass using my World of Hyatt Chase Visa.

  12. Rico Member

    In addition to waiving the $4.00 delivery fee, the DashPass reduces the "service fee" from 15% of the order to 5%.

    The above plus DoorDash emailing you everyday with some kind of discount ranging from $5-$15 off your order makes it pretty reasonable to order delivery through them. Also, DD owns Caviar which emails their own set of discount coupons which may be better depending on your order. The payment systems aren't linked yet so...

    In addition to waiving the $4.00 delivery fee, the DashPass reduces the "service fee" from 15% of the order to 5%.

    The above plus DoorDash emailing you everyday with some kind of discount ranging from $5-$15 off your order makes it pretty reasonable to order delivery through them. Also, DD owns Caviar which emails their own set of discount coupons which may be better depending on your order. The payment systems aren't linked yet so you'll have to enter your Chase card as a payment method in Caviar as well to get the free DashPass.

    1. Chris Guest

      Last year, Doordash shut down my account and claimed there was fraudulent activity on it. I was out of the country at the time. No recourse for me. No way to get my $60 CSR credit.

      I’ve had my credit card number stolen, and fraud was attempted, but the credit card company seemed to want my business so they replaced the card.

      Doordash is different.

    2. Eskimo Guest

      @Chris

      In the future you should always plea the 5th amendment.

      I don't know a better way to tell you but just quote you.

      "Doordash shut down my account and claimed there was *fraudulent* activity on it."
      "I’ve had my credit card number stolen, and *fraud* was attempted"

      You just admit what Doordash claimed.

    3. Chris Guest

      @Eskimo, Not sure I follow you 100 percent.

      Perhaps someone hacked my Doordash account and tried to use it. In that case, Doordash should shut down the account. But shouldn’t they also give me some way to get a new account, like the credit card companies do?

      Unless they think I engaged in some sort of fraud, in which case they are wrong and should have to show me the evidence.

      I...

      @Eskimo, Not sure I follow you 100 percent.

      Perhaps someone hacked my Doordash account and tried to use it. In that case, Doordash should shut down the account. But shouldn’t they also give me some way to get a new account, like the credit card companies do?

      Unless they think I engaged in some sort of fraud, in which case they are wrong and should have to show me the evidence.

      I just wanted to let others that DoorDash didn’t treat me fairly. And don’t be surprised if something similar happens to their account.

  13. Alec Guest

    Any other cards offer similar memberships (eg Uber eats)?

  14. Raksiam Guest

    Aren't these delivery services generally terrible for the restaurants and the delivery people?

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ Raksiam -- Hah, well that's a tricky question, and generally a fair point. A lot of restaurants don't have an efficient option for delivery otherwise, and if you don't have a practical way of picking up food, delivery services are often the only real option.

      There's certainly a bigger discussion to be had about what aspects of the economy are good for society at large, but that discussion probably goes beyond the comments section...

      @ Raksiam -- Hah, well that's a tricky question, and generally a fair point. A lot of restaurants don't have an efficient option for delivery otherwise, and if you don't have a practical way of picking up food, delivery services are often the only real option.

      There's certainly a bigger discussion to be had about what aspects of the economy are good for society at large, but that discussion probably goes beyond the comments section of a blog post about one credit card benefit.

    2. Steve Diamond

      What an idiotic comment. No one forces a restaurant to sign up for doordash or uber eats. If they dont want to be on their platform then they dont have too. Yes they pay fees to these services but its better than not getting an order. Just call and pick up yourself if you care about a restaurant saving a couple of dollars. Or just ubereats it, who cares it is your choice. Either way the restaurant is getting an order.

    3. Husein Alibhai Guest

      actually, hes correct but the thing is - its the nature of beast at the moment and with all the expenses heightened, I have a feeling things will change...not sure in which direction.

      restaurants - esp small guys who pay 25-30% to big chains paying 10% for deals with these big companies do not have a choice, they have to do this. and charge 10-25% more. dont be mad when they do and support...

      actually, hes correct but the thing is - its the nature of beast at the moment and with all the expenses heightened, I have a feeling things will change...not sure in which direction.

      restaurants - esp small guys who pay 25-30% to big chains paying 10% for deals with these big companies do not have a choice, they have to do this. and charge 10-25% more. dont be mad when they do and support the small guy.

      I mean the P&L of restaurants isnt so hard so its not just an "order"....it will make sense so increase increase increase I say. stretch the elasticity to the max. at some point the govt will intervene with these fees being charged or the discrepancies

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Raksiam Guest

Aren't these delivery services generally terrible for the restaurants and the delivery people?

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East2West Member

Delivery fee waived if you spend a certain amount but you still have a service fee. It’s like a hotel selling a membership that waives a “destination fee” that they made up if you spend a certain amount but you still have to pay the “resort fee” that they also made up. Door Dash, Uber Eats etc are rip offs.

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Andy 11235 Guest

After recently using uber for the first time in a million years, I got a coupon for uber eats. $25 off sounded really generous, so we tried it. Except between the delivery fees, service charges, and tip, $25 barely covered the extra cost. At this point in the pandemic I have found that all the restaurants we frequent have set up their own online ordering platforms. We tried doordash a few times to use the $60 credits, and the "dashpass" definitely did help with the fees. However, it does make me question the model, since ordering directly from a restaurant generally only costs the tip.

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