Chase is expanding its partnership with DoorDash to offer a complimentary DashPass subscription to even more cardholders. DoorDash is a popular food delivery service serving dozens of cities in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
What is DashPass?
DashPass offers unlimited free delivery for any order over $12. A DashPass subscription normally costs $9.99 per month.
According to DoorDash, DashPass members save $4-$5 in delivery fees per order. The variety of restaurants ranges from small eateries to larger chains like The Cheesecake Factory, Chipotle and Burger King. Restaurants that are eligible for DashPass feature a green P logo next to their name.
Which cards are eligible?
Complimentary one-year DashPass subscription
The following cardholders can enroll in a one-year DashPass subscription, valued at around $120 per year. All existing DashPass members who add an eligible Chase co-brand card (any card from this list except the two Sapphire cards) will also receive an additional year of complimentary DashPass:
Disney® Visa® Cards.
Starbucks® Rewards cards.
Complimentary three-month DashPass subscription
People with the following cards will receive three months of DashPass for free. After that, cardholders will be auto-enrolled for an additional nine months at a 50% discount, unless you cancel.
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How to sign up for a free DashPass subscription
To take advantage of this benefit, cardholders must register their eligible credit card as the default payment in the DoorDash app and activate their membership by Dec. 31, 2021. Cardholders can also sign up and activate membership via this website.
Should you keep the subscription?
DoorDash is convenient for those with limited time who want food delivered to their door when hunger strikes. Given the delivery fee savings, DashPass could be worth keeping if you live in a city with multiple restaurants that you frequently order from. The service is not available in every city. And keep in mind that service fees can still be applied during busy periods, which may be irritating, especially during the free trial period.
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If you typically order meals under $12 or don’t live in a city with restaurants that participate, keeping DashPass after the promo period may not be worth it since the delivery fee would not be waived.
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