Chase Offers DoorDash Delivery Benefits to Freedom, Sapphire and Slate Cardholders

Chase Offers DoorDash Delivery Benefits to Freedom, Sapphire and Slate Cardholders

January 7, 2020         Written By Lynn Oldshue

Chase has partnered with delivery provider DoorDash to provide new benefits for Freedom, Sapphire and Slate cardholders. Eligible cardmembers can now receive a complimentary DashPass membership, which includes free food deliveries and reduced service fees for orders over $12.

DashPass costs $9.99/month. With this membership, users get free food deliveries from “thousands of restaurants nationwide,” as long as the order is over the order minimum. That price is currently $12, but it is subject to change. When DashPass launched in August 2018, the minimum was $15.

In addition to free deliveries, DashPass members save an average of $4 to $5 per order because of reduced service fees.

Chase Sapphire Reserve and Sapphire Preferred cardholders receive a free DashPass membership for at least one year. Chase Slate, Freedom, Freedom Unlimited, and Freedom Student cardholders receive three months of free membership, followed by a 50% discount for nine additional months based on the current cost of membership.

Cardholders will automatically be enrolled for a DashPass membership after the free or discounted period is over. However, they can choose to end their subscription at any time through the DoorDash app.

To activate this benefit, a cardholder must set his or her Chase card as the default payment method for a DoorDash account. This must be completed by December 31, 2021.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of January 7, 2020. For up-to-date information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website. Many of the offers on this article are from our affiliate partners, and may be compensated if you take action with any of our affiliate partners.


About Lynn Oldshue

Lynn Oldshue has written personal finance stories for for twelve years. She majored in public relations at Mississippi State University.
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