Chase counts incoming ACH transfers from other banks and incoming paypal/google checkout revenues as direct deposits!
-10,000 miles for opening up the checking account with direct deposit.
-11,000 miles for opening a Continental/Chase debit card. ($25 annual fee)
-7,500 miles for adding 3 additional cardholders with no annual fee.
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“”Chase counts incoming ACH transfers from other banks and incoming paypal/google checkout revenues as direct deposits!””
what does this mean you just send money from your paypal account to chase and how many times to you need to do direct deposit
what if i have a chase checking account as well as a chase debit card (no annual fee), can i cancel them and re-open with this deal?
i got a message while i was trying to open up an account, that this coupon has been redeemed
If I did this last year and canceled the account after 6 months (which was a few months ago) will I get the miles again?
if i add 6 cardholders will i get 15000 miles?
It appears that the additional cardholders get 2500 bonus miles each not the primary.
NOT REALLY TRUE…
“7,500 miles for adding 3 additional cardholders with no annual fee”
YOU DON’T GET THE 7.5K Miles, every person that’s getting the card, HE gets 2.5K miles (limit of 3 people) the CARD name holder, and not the ACCOUNT holder.
Joseph, You have to open an account in a Chase branch for this offer. Online does not work with coupon code.
Yes, that would work. You would have to do it once a month.
Dunno-but please let us know if you do it again!
The primary cardholder will get all the miles.
Try reading the post again.
Will chase have a problem if several different people open different account using this promo (ie- family members)and all ask that their miles be deposited to the same one-pass account? Or do they require the names on the bank account to match exactly to the OnePass account?
hey dan, i read your post and it does say that the primary account holder will get the adt”l 2.5K miles, but that’s according to YOU and not according to chase:
here’s a copy of chese fine print footnote 2:
“2) …You can also add up to three additional cards for others on your joint checking account and pay no additional annual fees. Plus each new CARDHOLDER will receive 2,500 bonus OnePass miles…. “