Check Your Chase Cards for Spending Bonuses

by Anthony Losanno
Chase Cards

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I have six personal Chase credit cards (outlined here). Each quarter I check them to see if they’re targeted for bonuses from Chase. Chase usually offers bonus miles or points for purchases at grocery stores, gas stations, and internet, cable, and phone providers when I’m targeted.

Chase Bonus Offer

How to Check Your Cards:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter your last name, the last four digits of your card number, and your billing ZIP Code
  3. The site will enroll you and show you what your offer for the quarter provides

Chase Not Available

If your card is not targeted, you’ll see the message above appear.

Here is how I fared:

Chase UA Offer

My United℠ Explorer Card had the offer above.

Chase Offer Hyatt

The World of Hyatt Credit Card also had an offer (above).

Anthony’s Take: These offers from Chase are a nice addition to the points or miles I already earn from these cards. I’ll take advantage of these increased amounts until I hit the caps for each offer.

Anthony’s Credit Card Pick: The United℠ Explorer Card is the best card for regular United flyers and one of the two United cards I hold. The annual fee is waived the first year, then it’s $95. With it, you get 2 miles per $1 spent on United Airlines, restaurants, and hotels (booked directly through the hotel); 1 mile per $1 spent on all other qualifying purchases. Other benefits include: upgrades on award tickets for Premier® members (a benefit not offered to anyone else other than GS members), a free checked bag on every flight, a 25% statement credit on purchases made onboard (think Wi-Fi or snacks), two United Club℠ passes (annually) and priority boarding with Group 2. Terms apply. Learn more.

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