The Chase Commuter Cash promotion is once again offering up to a $50 bonus when you use your Chase credit card or Chase debit card to pay for New York area public transportation, valid through October 31, 2010.
Just enroll your personal or business Chase card to get $10 for every $150 in qualifying purchases, for a total bonus of up to $50.
Enroll your Chase card in the $50 Chase Commuter Cash Bonus Promotion today, and always choose “Credit” for your purchases in order to qualify for the cash bonuses.
Chase Commuter Cash Bonus Details
Qualifying purchases made with your enrolled Chase debit or credit card (personal or business) include transactions made without using your PIN from 9/1/10 to 10/31/10.
Qualifying transactions can be made at MetroCard Vending Machines, for EasyPayXpress MetroCard refills, LIRR, Metro-North, PATH, NJ TRANSIT fare purchases, and payments made at New York City yellow cabs.
You must enroll your Chase card between 9/1/10 and 10/31/10 in this promotion.
The cash award (maximum of $50) will be automatically posted as a statement credit to your enrolled credit card, or to the Chase checking account linked to the enrolled debit card, by December 31, 2010.
Purchase amounts will accumulate separately for each enrolled card.
You cannot combine spending from multiple cards.
If you earn rewards for multiple cards, please note that they may not all post to your account at the same time, but all credits will post by December 31, 2010.
Your Chase account must be open and in good standing at the time of fulfillment.
Take advantage of this Chase Commuter Cash bonus offer to earn up to $50 in cash rewards if you use public transportation in the New York area and pay with your Chase debit card or Chase credit card.
Check out these Chase Banking and Credit Card Bonuses if you don’t have a Chase card already and want to earn a cash bonus when you open a new Chase Bank checking or credit card account.
Use your Chase card for public transportation if you live in the New York area to earn up to $50 in bonus cash.