Get $15 off a $60+ Amazon Order With Just 1 Chase Ultimate Rewards Point

May 22, 2019

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A couple of days ago we wrote about how you can get $30 off an Amazon order of $60 or more by using 1 American Express Membership Rewards point. Now, Amazon users are reporting renewed success with a similar promotion that is being offered to some Chase card holders.

This promotion for Chase card holders has been active on and off since November, but you might be eligible now even if you weren’t eligible previously. To find out if you’re targeted for this offer to use Chase Ultimate Rewards points and get $15 off an order of $60 or more, click here. If you’re targeted, be sure to click the “Click to activate” button before shopping. This version of the offer is valid through July 3, 2019.

I was eligible for the promotion back in November using my Chase Freedom Unlimited card. I purchased a $60 Uber gift card for 1 Chase Ultimate Rewards point and $44.99 cash.

Unfortunately, I’m not eligible to use the promo offer again.

Only products sold by are eligible; Amazon gift cards and digital content are explicitly excluded. If you don’t have any specific purchases in mind, consider buying gift cards that you can use such as:

Note that when you activate the promotion, your Chase Ultimate Rewards points will be temporarily set as the default payment method at checkout. So, be sure to change your payment method if you make subsequent Amazon purchases after taking advantage of this offer.

Regardless of whether you were targeted for this offer, now is a good time to make sure that all of your cards that earn Chase Ultimate Rewards, Amex Membership Rewards and Citi ThankYou Rewards are linked to your Amazon account. Although paying with points isn’t a good use of your points normally, paying with just one point can unlock excellent value during targeted promotions. Here’s how to link each type of card with Amazon:

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