Chase to offer cashback on Amazon purchases

Digital bank Chase has announced it is offering customers 3 per cent cashback on Amazon.co.uk spend until the end of the year.

The Chase current account already offers customers 1 per cent cashback on all eligible debit card spend for 12 months.

The promotion will run from 18th November through to 31st December and will be applicable to up to £5,000 spent on the site.

“The festive season is fast approaching and we know consumers are already busy shopping for the holidays,” said Deborah Keay, chief marketing officer, Chase. “We want to help everyone to have an even more rewarding festive season this year, so we’re delighted to be expanding our fuss-free rewards programme so Chase customers earn a little extra back while they spend with Amazon in the run-up to the holiday period.”

Last month JP Morgan officially announced the launch of Chase in the UK.

The bank’s opening was first reported in September.

Chase is the largest consumer bank in the United States and provides a broad range of financial services to more than 60 million American households.

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