Get Up To $30 MTA eTix Credit With Chase And Apple Pay

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Update 1/1: This offer ends tonight.

If you have a Chase Freedom card you can earn 5 points per dollar if you are registered for this quarter’s bonus on gas stations and local commuter transportation and you will get a $30 refund for the promotion.

If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve you can earn 3 points per dollar for travel, $30 back for travel, and a $30 refund for the promotion.

 

Update, 12/26: DDF member zagguru reports that he spent $31.25 on his Sapphire Reserve card on MTA tickets with Apple Pay. He was reimbursed $31.25 as a Sapphire Reserve travel credit after 2 days and was reimbursed another $30 after 5 days for the promo below!


Originally posted on 12/4:

Get Up To $30 MTA eTix Credit With Chase And Apple Pay

1. Add your eligible Chase Visa card to Apple Pay.
2. Download the MTA eTix app from the Apple App Store.
3. Purchase any ticket type or monthly pass using the MTA eTix app between 12/1/16 and 1/1/17 using your Chase Visa card in Apple Pay.
4. Receive a statement credit for the value of your first MTA eTix ticket purchase, up to $30, within 4-6 weeks.

-This offer is only valid for customers who purchase their Metro North or LIRR ticket in the MTA eTix app using an eligible Chase or J.P. Morgan Visa debit or credit card enrolled in Apple Pay.
-Ticket must be purchased between 12:01 AM on 12/1/2016 and 11:59 PM on 1/1/2017.
-Any ticket type is eligible, including one way, round trip, CityTicket, weekly, ten trip and monthly.
-Customers who pay with an eligible Chase or J.P. Morgan Visa debit or credit card using Apple Pay will receive a single statement credit of up to $30 for the value of their first eTix purchase during the promotional period.
-Tickets refunded within 5 minutes of the ticket purchase are ineligible for the statement credit.
-Tickets refunded after 5 minutes and charged a $10 refund fee by the MTA are ineligible for the statement credit.
-Please allow 4 to 6 weeks after the qualifying purchase posts to your account for the statement credit to post to your account.
-Purchases are when you, or an authorized user, use a card to make purchases of products and services, minus returns or refunds.

HT: Mplace, via DDF

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MTA

Does this work for MTA Subways?

Chaim

Does this work from JFK? Or only from TLV?

DDJ

@MTA: No. Only Metro North and LIRR.

Dave

Can you use this on all of your chase credit/debit cards and get a $30 credit or can you only get one credit per MTA account?

Bin

So obviously unless your buying a monthly, buy at least 3 tickets so that your purchase is at least $30 to get the most out of this deal. So 3 one way peak tickets will only cost you $4.50!

Thanks Dan

Joey

can you use multiple different chase cards?

dovi

@Joey:+1- is the offer 1 per card? Can i use multiple chase cards and get the $30 for each?

Joey

@dovi:

ill prob try it because i have to buy tickets anyways

Ilan

Can i get two credits of using the csr as the chase credit card?

Jeff

It doesn’t give the option for Apple Pay in the app. am I missing something?

Jesse

If I split the payment between two credit cards (one being my Chase Visa, the other being a company benefits debit card), will I still get the $30 credit?

Joey

@Jeff:

make sure u enable Apple Pay first in settings and have a credit card added to it

John

Any update whether you can use multiple cards?

Golds

Can I get apple pay on my android? I don’t have any Apple products

Joe

Are all Chase Visa credit cards automatically eligible for this promotion or does one have to “register” for this?

What about secondary cards?

Can single purchase payments be split up?

Eli51

This deal is basically only for people who have a phone manufactured by apple like the iPhone right?

maltman613

If you purchase on 1-1-17 with a Freedom Card — there should also be 5x points (local commuter transportation is a bonus category in the first quarter). 24 hour window.

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