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[YMMV] Earn $35 back when you make two transactions of at least $17.50 each with AT&T wireless using your eligible card associated with this offer.

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Earn $35 back when you make two transactions of at least $17.50 each with AT&T wireless using your eligible card associated with this offer.

Call 1-800-868-9708, visit att.com/wireless or come into an AT&T store today!

Offer expires 6/20/2021. Must make two separate transactions on AT&T wireless products or services by 8/4/2021. Payment must be made directly with the merchant. Offer not valid on AT&T PREPAID or Cricket Wireless products or services. Your $35 back is earned within 30 days after making your second transaction. Offer valid one time only.

Taxes, fees, other charges & restrictions may apply. Add'l speed, usage, and other restrictions apply.

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Regarding Chase Offers:

• They are targeted (sent to specific targeted recipients; not available to all customers). Check your Chase credit card(s) and checking account(s) to see if you received this offer.
• You must ACCEPT the offer in your account BEFORE making the purchase, and
• You must make the purchase using the SAME credit card or checking account in which the offer was received.
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Quote from carol2 :
Regarding Chase Offers:

• They are targeted (sent to specific targeted recipients; not available to all customers). Check your Chase credit card(s) and checking account(s) to see if you received this offer.
• You must ACCEPT the offer in your account BEFORE making the purchase, and
• You must make the purchase using the SAME credit card or checking account in which the offer was received.
Thanks for adding the fine print. I added YMMV since it's targetted.
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great for buying the new Apple AirTags
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On which card(s) did you you receive this offer?
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On which card(s) did you you receive this offer?
FreedomFlex
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Great call for Airtags, basically BOGO
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Got it on my Freedom Unlimited.

Last time I got it, friend of mine got it too, and we went to the store together, each picked out a $35+ item, and had the store associate split each purchase across both our cards to take advantage of the offer. So we both got something $35+ that's more valuable, than two $17.50 items.

Here's what I'm wondering, since ATT can split the transaction into two parts, I'm wondering if they could also try splitting it into three...

What if I pick out a ~$40 item, have the associate first charge $17.50 to my Chase card with the offer(triggering first transaction), then charge $1 to different card, and then charge the remaining balance on my Chase card again(triggering second transaction)?

Would that work? Anyone with any experience? I'm just wondering if this shows up as two separate transactions when it posts to Chase...
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Looks like mine mentions opening a new line. Freedom card and sapphire preferred. Same one. Darn
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Does anyone know if I can purchase items straight from ATT website? or do I have to shop at ATT merchant store??
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Quote from BillyC9479 :
Does anyone know if I can purchase items straight from ATT website? or do I have to shop at ATT merchant store??
Both will trigger the offer
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Quote from BillyC9479 :
Does anyone know if I can purchase items straight from ATT website? or do I have to shop at ATT merchant store??
You can even pay a postpaid bill at ATnT for friend
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what about a att internet and directv monthly statement with no wireless service on it, if paid on atts site
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Quote from NeoPaxSinica :
Got it on my Freedom Unlimited.

Last time I got it, friend of mine got it too, and we went to the store together, each picked out a $35+ item, and had the store associate split each purchase across both our cards to take advantage of the offer. So we both got something $35+ that's more valuable, than two $17.50 items.

Here's what I'm wondering, since ATT can split the transaction into two parts, I'm wondering if they could also try splitting it into three...

What if I pick out a ~$40 item, have the associate first charge $17.50 to my Chase card with the offer(triggering first transaction), then charge $1 to different card, and then charge the remaining balance on my Chase card again(triggering second transaction)?

Would that work? Anyone with any experience? I'm just wondering if this shows up as two separate transactions when it posts to Chase...
In the past, I split it in two mostly and use the same card for both transactions without any issues.
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No way to split transactions online I'm guessing?
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