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Chase now issues an Instacart credit card. And their partnership extends to introducing customers of other own-branded cards to the Instacart product. That includes Instacart+ membership and also now statement credits as well. Enrollment is required by July 31, 2024 to take advantage of these benefits.
- Chase Sapphire Reserve®: 1-year Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $15/month in statement credits on Instacart.com purchases
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card: 6 months Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $15/quarter in statement credits on Instacart.com purchases
- Chase Freedom Unlimited®, Chase Freedom FlexSM, Chase Freedom® Student credit card and legacy Chase Freedom: 3 months Instacart+ free. Once activated, receive up to $10/quarter in statement credits on Instacart.com purchases
The Chase Slate also currently offers 3 months of Instacart+ free. Instacart+ provides free delivery on orders over a certain size; reduced Instacart service fees; and credit back on eligible Pickup orders.