Chase Doing Some Good Things For Those Military Star Mastercard Holders Plus More…

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Yes lot’s of people have credit cards except me. I used to in college but I won’t embarrass myself and tell you how much I screwed myself there LOL!

Nonetheless my mom has been a banker at Chase forever and a day and she loves them so naturally it caught my eye as I was surfing my email and saw that they were doing some pretty cool things for the military folks who have a STAR Mastercard credit card with them. In addition they are also available to the those who have , Marine Corps Community Service (MCCS) MasterCard®, Army Morale, Welfare, Recreation (MWR) MasterCard®, Air Force Club MasterCard®, and Navy MWR MasterCard® cardmembers.

Here are some of the things they are doing to help you out:

  • Cash back rewards earned on select Chase military credit cards will now no longer expire;
  • Military cardholders now have access to more reward redemption options than ever before;
  • There are now two, enhanced websites to see all reward options available to cardholders: www.chase.com/militarystarrewards and www.chase.com/militaryfreecash; and
  • Chase is partnering with Shutterfly to honor military servicemembers and veterans with the launch of the “Thank the Troops” Facebook app, which allows Facebook users to create and send free customizable cards to our American heroes. Each card sent will be distributed to troops and veterans through the non-profit organization A Million Thanks.

For many of you this would mean no expiration on cash back options and 1% or more when your card is used at your local exchanges, MWR’s and commissaries. Also redemption on cash back earned can be deposited directly into your account or as credit to your card statement.

You can learn more about all of it at Chase Military.

 

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