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Great news if you’re a Chase cardholder and don’t use the Chase mobile app: Doctor Of Credit is reporting that cardholders can now see all of their Chase Offers by logging into their accounts on Chase’s website, in addition to the app.

Back in November, Chase launched Chase Offers, a way for select consumer credit and debit card holders to find deals and earn statement credits — much like what Amex cardholders get through the Amex Offers program.

Until recently, Chase Offers were only visible in the mobile app.

To cash in, remember to check your account often for new offers. If you have multiple Chase cards, you are likely to see different offers for different cards. That becomes important when it’s time to redeem an offer, as it will only apply if you used the card it was activated with for the offer.

For more details, check out our guide to Chase Offers.

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