Chase has expanded their partnership with DoorDash (and Caviar) to offer free DashPass membership for 12 months to co-branded Chase credit cards. DashPass is a subscription service that offers a $0 delivery fee and reduced service fees for subscribers when ordering $12 or more from any DashPass-eligible restaurant (look for the checkmark). The regular price is $9.99/month. Eligible cards include:

  • Chase Southwest cards
  • Chase Marriott cards
  • Chase United cards
  • Chase Disney cards
  • Chase IHG cards
  • Chase British Airways cards
  • Chase Aer Lingus cards
  • Chase Iberia cards
  • Chase World of Hyatt cards

You must activate here. Note that after those free 12 months, you’ll automatically be charged $9.99/month for continued membership unless you cancel DashPass.

If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve or Sapphire Preferred credit card, you can also get free DashPass benefits on eligible orders for at least 12 months (and a maximum of 24 months) after activation. Sapphire Reserve cardholders also get $60 in statement credits towards DoorDash in 2021.

If you have a Chase Freedom or Slate credit card, you can free DashPass benefits on eligible orders for 3 months after activation. After the first 3 months, the user will be auto-enrolled for the next 9 months in DashPass with a 50% discount applied to the then current membership rate. You can cancel at any time.

If you are new customer to DoorDash and sign up via my DoorDash referral link, you will get $10 off your first 3 DoorDash orders over $15 ($30 total savings). I will get food credits as well. Thanks if you use it!

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