On Monday, Chase launched a new benefit for its flagship credit cards, offering up to $15 per month in statement credits for Instacart purchases. This is in addition to its free Instacart+ membership, previously announced by the card issuer.
Key points to remember
- Chase has launched a new Instacart benefit for its Sapphire and Freedom credit cards.
- Cardholders with an eligible card can earn statement credits for Instacart purchases, up to $15 per month, depending on which card you have.
- Eligible cardholders must register to receive the benefit.
Chase offers Instacart statement credits
On Monday, Chase added a new benefit to its Sapphire and Freedom credit cards. Eligible cardholders who sign up can receive up to $15 per month in statement credits for Instacart purchases.
The new benefit comes on top of a free Instacart+ subscription, which Chase previously announced, offering up to 12 months. Instacart+ normally costs $9.99 per month and offers no shipping on orders of $35 or more, 5% credit on pickup orders, reduced service fees, and free Grubhub+ membership. .
Chase Slate cardholders also get a free Instacart+ subscription, but are not eligible for statement credit.
Here’s how the Instacart perks break down for each card:
|Map||Statement credit||Instacart+ subscription|
|Reserve Chase Sapphire||Up to $15 per month||12 months|
|Favorite Chase Sapphire||Up to $15 per quarter||6 months|
|Hunting Freedom Flex||Up to $10 per quarter||3 months|
|chasing freedom||Up to $10 per quarter||3 months|
|Chase unlimited freedom||Up to $10 per quarter||3 months|
|Chase Freedom Student||Up to $10 per quarter||3 months|
|Chase the slate||N / A||3 months|
Note that the benefit is not automatic. To activate, eligible cardholders must visit Instacart.com/Chase and provide their card information.
The announcement comes shortly after Chase announced its new Instacart Mastercard credit cardwhich offers bonus cash back on Instacart purchases and other everyday spending categories.