4,500 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points With Pitney Bowes

Sep 14, 2011

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Coming off the heels of the 2,500 point stamps.com Ultimate Rewards freebie (which seems to be dead now), I noticed that Pitney Bowes is offering 4,500 points when you get one of their mailing machines. Just log into your Ultimaterewards.com account and search for Pitney in the top right.

Log-in to ultimaterewards.com and then search for Pitney  and the 4,500 point offer will show up in the results

When I clicked through, I thought they’d be obscenely expensive, but to my surprise the Mailstation 2 Digital Mailing System was actually free for 60 days. The only charges were $30 in pre-loaded postage and $9.99 and they even have a Satisfaction Guarantee:

“Pitney Bowes Satisfaction Guarantee

If you are not completely satisfied, return the meter and scale during the trial period with no further obligation. We will even refund your original shipping charge. Any unused postage will be returned by the USPS.”

Confirmation of the 4,500 points upon leaving the Ultimate Rewards portal en route to Pitney Bowe’s site
Expensive sounding machine is actually quite the bargain!

Seems like a no-brainer to me! I actually hate going to the post office, so having my own mailing station makes a lot of sense ;-)

4,500 Ultimate Rewards points (the program of the Sapphire Preferred and Ink Bold cards) is nothing to scoff at. They can be transferred instantly 1:1 to Continental, British Airways, Hyatt, Marriott, Priority Club and Amtrak. Heck, it’s only 50,000 British Airways miles for a Cathay Pacific Business Class one way ticket from the US to Asia, so this promo is almost 1/10 of that!

I just did this so I haven’t gotten the points yet, but I am optimistic about Chase’s Ultimate Rewards shopping mall being more reliable than some of the others we’ve dealt with lately. I absolutely do not think this one is an error.

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