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Last chance to get $15 off at Amazon when using your eligible Chase credit card

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There are many Chase credit cards that earn Ultimate Rewards points, and while those points are typically best used for travel opportunities, you can also redeem them at Amazon. While we normally suggest saving them for travel, for just a few more days, Amazon is offering a great way to not only use your Chase points, but to also save on your next Amazon purchase.

Chase credit card holders targeted for this promotion can save $15 on a purchase of $50 or more when using Chase Ultimate Rewards points at Amazon. But this offer is currently set to expire on October 31, so there’s only a little time left to take advantage of it.

Targeted Chase credit card holders can get $15 off their next Amazon purchase.

Targeted Chase credit card holders can get $15 off their next Amazon purchase.

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Not all Chase cards are targeted for this offer, so we’ve broken it down step-by-step to see if you’re eligible for this discount, and if you are, how to apply it to your Amazon order.

For starters, you must have a Chase credit card that earns Ultimate Rewards points. This includes popular credit cards such as the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, the Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Chase Freedom Flex. Other Chase credit cards that earn points and miles tied to one specific airline or hotel are not eligible for this offer, unfortunately.

Related: Earn 5% cash back on groceries with this new Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card offer.

If you have a Chase card that earns Ultimate Rewards points, you’ll need to link it to your Amazon account and enroll in the “Shop with Points” payment option. You can click on this link to add your card to “Shop with Points” or look for it under the “Your Account” tab on Amazon’s website.