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So if I want to use Samsung Pay with Chase Pay, do I have to open the chase pay app each time? Or is selecting the chase card through samsung pay sufficient? TIA
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So can we just swip our CC through paypal here? I never touch my chase freedom card but if I can just swipe it and net about 2.2% on the $1,500 max then I am in.
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Quick way to cash in on this deal, on your Chase statement closing date in October:
1) from paypal account #1, send $1,457.43 to paypal account #2, you will incur a paypal fee of $42.57 for a total charge of $1.500 to your Chase card, maxing out the deal.
2) transfer the $1457.43 to your high yield savings account paying 1.95% and earn $4.67 after 60 days.
3) on the next statement closing, collect your $75 from Chase, then set up the payment for the due date the following month direct from your high yield saving account.

$75 from Chase + $4.67 interest - $42.57 paypal fee = $37.10 net profit!
Thank you for this. I was thinking about using paypal here but just sending money through paypal sounds solid as well. Repped.
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In NJ, Shoprite usually runs some promotion with ChasePay during holiday months.

The sad thing is no credit card offers bonus on Costco in Q4.
Why not just use ChasePay or samsung pay at Costco?
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Why not just use ChasePay or samsung pay at Costco?
I don't have Android devices. But does Costco accept ChasePay?
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Thank you for this. I was thinking about using paypal here but just sending money through paypal sounds solid as well. Repped.
Anytime DealsByLees, quick and clean way to collect $37 Smilie
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This is probably the best category if you have Samsung pay. You can combine Samsung pay with Chase Pay and get 5% pretty much everywhere, including grocery stores. Samsung Pay works pretty much everywhere.
Seems to me Home Depot has PayPal as an option, at least at self check out.
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ya i was looking forward to Costco Frown
Use chase pay via Samsung pay at Costco.
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Walmart.com accepts PayPal.
That wasn't the question. Can't get credit card extended warranty protection when paying with PayPal.
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Quick way to cash in on this deal, on your Chase statement closing date in October:
1) from paypal account #1, send $1,457.43 to paypal account #2, you will incur a paypal fee of $42.57 for a total charge of $1.500 to your Chase card, maxing out the deal.
2) transfer the $1457.43 to your high yield savings account paying 1.95% and earn $4.67 after 60 days.
3) on the next statement closing, collect your $75 from Chase, then set up the payment for the due date the following month direct from your high yield saving account.

$75 from Chase + $4.67 interest - $42.57 paypal fee = $37.10 net profit!
Love your efforts for putting this out here, I already did this with my 2 Discover Cards on the current quarter. We still have time for Discover cards if someone cares.
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So if I want to use Samsung Pay with Chase Pay, do I have to open the chase pay app each time? Or is selecting the chase card through samsung pay sufficient? TIA
I seem to remember reading that chase pay through samsung pay will no longer be working. I don't know when that's effective though.
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Quick way to cash in on this deal, on your Chase statement closing date in October:
1) from paypal account #1, send $1,457.43 to paypal account #2, you will incur a paypal fee of $42.57 for a total charge of $1.500 to your Chase card, maxing out the deal.
2) transfer the $1457.43 to your high yield savings account paying 1.95% and earn $4.67 after 60 days.
3) on the next statement closing, collect your $75 from Chase, then set up the payment for the due date the following month direct from your high yield saving account.

$75 from Chase + $4.67 interest - $42.57 paypal fee = $37.10 net profit!
Awful lot of work for 37$, but may be worth it for ppl who never use PayPal to purchase. Like said before almost every vendor/website takes PayPal so shouldn't be a prob for many SDer esp with holiday season.
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Quote from jenica.henriksen
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Quick way to cash in on this deal, on your Chase statement closing date in October:
1) from paypal account #1, send $1,457.43 to paypal account #2, you will incur a paypal fee of $42.57 for a total charge of $1.500 to your Chase card, maxing out the deal.
2) transfer the $1457.43 to your high yield savings account paying 1.95% and earn $4.67 after 60 days.
3) on the next statement closing, collect your $75 from Chase, then set up the payment for the due date the following month direct from your high yield saving account.

$75 from Chase + $4.67 interest - $42.57 paypal fee = $37.10 net profit!
Why not just spend $1500 and net $75?
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Why not just spend $1500 and net $75?
If you can, knock yourself out, if you can't, my way is a quick $37 with no manufactured spending Smilie
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Awful lot of work for 37$, but may be worth it for ppl who never use PayPal to purchase. Like said before almost every vendor/website takes PayPal so shouldn't be a prob for many SDer esp with holiday season.
Actually, this is the least amount of work, no manufactured spending needed! Plus $37 is $37 more than you had before!
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