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Chase is giving $5 Starbucks e-gift card for using their new e-gift feature. I sent a $5 Starbucks e-gift to my daughter using the Chase app and was very surprised to have received a free $5 Starbucks e-gift for myself! Just make sure you have a Chase checking account, enroll in quick pay, and then just send the e-gift. Hurry up though, it says it's for "first users of Chase new eGift feature"

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Worked for me. Thank you.
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Work for me. First time send a gift card from Chase app. Paid from checking account. Received email "Thank you for using Chase to send a Starbucks eGift Card. Here's a $5 Starbucks eGift Card for being one of the first users of Chase's new eGift feature. This is limited to one per customer only."
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I don't see the free gift card in the app?
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What/where is Chase e-gift? I can't find any reference to this on the app or website.
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Worked! free $$$ - thanks Chase!
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Chase is giving $5 Starbucks e-gift card for using their new e-gift feature. I sent a $5 Starbucks e-gift to my daughter using the Chase app and was very surprised to have received a free $5 Starbucks e-gift for myself! Just make sure you have a Chase checking account, enroll in quick pay, and then just send the e-gift. Hurry up though, it says it's for "first users of Chase new eGift feature"
I enrolled in Quick Pay first, but that doesn't seem to be a necessary step to send the e-gift as it is just funded by the checking account?
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How does it work? Is there like a link?
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I enrolled in Quick Pay first, but that seems to have nothing to do with the eGift feature and that step can be skipped.
I am enrolled in the Zelle/quickpay thing, absolutely nothing in there about gift cards.
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What/where is Chase e-gift? I can't find any reference to this on the app or website.
it is not advertised. chase sends you $5 after your send your first starbucks egift. it's a BOGO
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As it stated....Chase checking account required ...
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I can also confirm that it worked. By the way, I gifted $10 and still got the free $5 card.
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Look under more --> Gifting and worked for me too! Thanks OP!
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