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Chase and Sheetz make contactless more rewarding

31 May 2007  |  1687 views  |  0 Source: Chase Card Services

Sheetz and Chase Card Services, the credit card division of JPMorgan Chase & Co.[NYSE: JPM], announced today the launch of the enhanced Sheetz MasterCard with blink.

Sheetz, Chase Help Cardmembers Order Up Savings with Enhanced Rewards Card
Cardmembers can now earn more free gas, free food, free everything at Sheetz

The card features a more robust rewards program called Sheetz Rewards, which includes the ability to earn everyday essentials, such as free gas, food and much more with every purchase.

In 2005, the Sheetz MasterCard from Chase became the first co-branded credit card to feature blink, the easy-to-use, contactless payment method that provides speed and convenience to cardmembers. With the card, Sheetz customers can enjoy an even more streamlined and convenient shopping experience and eliminate the need to sign their payment card receipts for all sales under $25.

In addition to fast, convenient shopping with blink and acceptance everywhere MasterCard PayPass is accepted today, Sheetz MasterCard cardmembers also earn:
  • 10 percent rebate on all Sheetz purchases and two percent rebate for all other eligible purchases for the first 90 days the account is open;
  • Thereafter, a three percent rebate on all Sheetz purchases,
  • Two percent rebate on groceries, travel and dining purchases,
  • One percent rebate on all other eligible purchases, and these can be redeemed for $25 gift card(s) at leading retailers, including convenience store chains, home improvement stores, restaurants and more for every $25 in rewards accumulated.

"With the Sheetz MasterCard, our customers always come out ahead," said Rich Steckroth, director of business development, Sheetz "Not only do they have a faster, more efficient in-store experience, but they also earn rewards for essential, everyday items."

"Chase is proud to partner with Sheetz, which has been an early adopter of contactless technology," said Donna Barrett, retail segment senior director, Chase Card Services. "They share our belief that this card is a great way to reward loyal customers and provide them with a speedy, convenient shopping experience."

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