For those with a Chase checking account, you can now get up to $75 for enrolling your Chase card for charging $750 on your card. Essentially making your debit card a 10% cash back card.
From the website:
Get $25 for every $250 in qualifying purchases made with your Chase Visa Check Card – up to $75!
Here is all you need to do:
1.ENROLL your Chase Visa Check Card now
2.USE IT from April 1 through June 15, 2008*
3.GET $25 deposited to your checking account every time you make $250 in qualifying purchases – up to $75*
Purchases made using your Personal Identification Number do not qualify.
*Qualifying purchases include all debit card purchases made without using a PIN. Such “non-PIN” purchases include purchases you sign for, contactless “blink” purchases, Internet purchases, phone or mail-order purchases, small dollar purchases that do not require a signature, and bill payments (where billers process the transaction as a credit card). Cash advances and cash transactions do not qualify.
If asked “Debit or Credit,” always select “CREDIT” and sign for the purchase. The money for your purchases is always deducted from your checking account when you use your debit card, even if you select “Credit.” When paying bills (e.g., utilities, cable television, telephone) with your debit card, always select “credit card” if prompted or ask the biller to process your debit card as a credit card; do not provide your PIN. The money for your bill payment will still be deducted from your checking account.
Only purchases made from April 1 through June 15, 2008, with the enrolled Chase Visa Check Card, United Mileage Plus® Check Card or Leisure Rewards® Check Card will be considered for this promotion. You will earn $25 for every $250 spent in qualifying purchases during the promotion period – up to $75. The cash back reward will be automatically deposited into the primary Chase checking account associated with the enrolled debit card within 14 business days of reaching the $250 minimum qualifying purchase amount required for this promotion, as long as the checking account is open and in good standing. This is an exclusive offer intended only for the Chase Check Card specified in this communication.
Why is it not chase official site and require password?