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Save 10% at Best Buy with New Chase Offer

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Save 10% at Best Buy with New Chase Offer

Chase, Bank of America and several other banks, have a new offer that will save you 10% on Best Buy purchases. We have seen this offer in the past, and it’s showing up again in some accounts. Let’s see the details.

The Offer

Earn 10% back on your Best Buy purchase, with a $25.00 back maximum. Offer expires 03/30/23.

Key Terms

  • Valid one time only
  • Offer works online and in-store
  • Payment must be made directly with the merchant


Check your account and hopefully you find this offer. You must activate it before using your eligible card for Best Buy purchases. It can be maximized with a purchase of $250.

In the past we have seen different versions, sometimes as much as 20% back. Let us know if you are targeted.

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