Chase Pay: Make 1 Purchase, Get 300 Bonus Stars (Redeem For Any Two Drink or Food Items)

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starbucksReady for more free coffee? Starbucks and Chase Pay have another new promotion for 300 bonus stars at Starbucks. Expires 3/19/18.

  • Install the Chase Pay app on Android or iOS, if you haven’t already. Chase Pay requires you to have an eligible Chase Visa consumer credit card, debit card, or Chase Liquid card.
  • Open the app and activate the Starbucks Rewards Promotion. Log out and log back in if you need. See my screenshot below.
  • Make a purchase at a participating Starbucks Store using the Chase Pay App.
  • 300 stars should show up shortly, it says within 5 days but often sooner.


300 stars is enough to earn Gold Status (or renew your current Gold status), after which 125 stars can be redeemed nearly any food or drink item on the Starbucks menu. This means 300 stars can be valued at $10-$15 pretty easily. Besides a huge Venti caffeine/sugar bomb, most of their lunch food items are over $5 and some are closer to $9. They now have protein boxes, protein bowls, hot/cold sandwiches, and more. Alcoholic beverages are excluded.

What can I redeem my Reward for?

Starbucks® stores: one [1] complimentary handcrafted beverage [standard Starbucks menu sizes only], food item or ready-to-drink bottled beverage at participating Starbucks stores.

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  1. And if you have Chase Freedom, you get 5% cash back this quarter for using Chase Pay.

  2. Joshua Katt says:

    Got this in December thanks to the last post, might it work again, maybe with a different Chase card?

  3. I downloaded the app and activated the promotion, but I don’t think I will use Chase Pay.

    Unlike Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay which uses NFC to tap-and-pay, Chase Pay uses a QR code that is scanned by the clerk at the register.

    Based on my google search, it seems it causes confusion with employees who are either used to scanning the Starbucks barcode or phones’ NFC capability.

    If Chase Pay had NFC capability, in addition to QR code for older phones, then I would give it a try.

  4. Can you buy a whole bean coffee bag using a REWARD?

  5. Wonder if a Starbucks reload with Chase Pay counts?

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