DoorDash extends reach with credit card integration
Subscriptions to an on-demand delivery platform are now available free to holders of select credit cards.
Financial services provider Chase is partnering with DoorDash to offer complimentary subscriptions to the DoorDash DashPass subscription service for Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Slate cardholders. Starting Jan. 7, eligible cardholders can activate DashPass, which offers unlimited $0 delivery fees and reduced service fees on orders of $12 or more from DoorDash’s selection of participating restaurants nationwide.
To activate the complimentary DashPass membership offer, cardholders will need to add an eligible Chase credit card as the default payment in the DoorDash app. Once the membership is activated, holders of Chase Sapphire Reserve and Preferred cards will have access to complimentary DashPass for a minimum of one year, valued at over $100. Holders of Chase Freedom, Freedom Unlimited, Freedom Student and Slate cards will receive complimentary DashPass for the first three months, followed by a 50% discount price at the current rate for the next nine months.
“We are excited to partner nationwide with Chase and add our subscription service DashPass to their renowned list of credit card benefits, while growing our industry-leading subscriber base,” said Keith Yandell, DoorDash’s chief business & legal officer. “This partnership will make ordering from our unmatched selection of restaurants even more rewarding and provide Chase customers with access to incredible deals they can only find on DoorDash.”
“Across Chase branded cards, we’ve seen spending with food delivery more than double in the last year, and the majority of those cardholders are ordering-in on average at least one time per month,” said Catherine Hogan, president of Chase branded cards. “We’re excited to team up with DoorDash to bring their industry-leading selection of restaurants to our cardholders with an added perk to make dining in more rewarding.”
Cardholders will need to activate by Dec. 31, 2021 to use the new benefit.