Will Chase redeem gift cards that it no longer sells?

Posted on November 20, 2014 by in Chase Ultimate Rewards

What is a Chase gift card?

Chase used to supply prepaid Visa debit gift cards to customers, until they stopped doing so in 2013.

A prepaid gift card can be used to buy goods anywhere that Visa is accepted – in retail stores and online. They can even be used internationally with merchants that accept Visa.

Chase gift cards couldn't be used for purposes of gambling, at ATMS or to get cash from bank branches.

We wrote about the Chase prepaid Visa debit gift cards here. Some of us in the world of travel hacking used them for reasons of manufacturing spend.

Chase announced to its customers over a year ago that it was to stop offering their Visa debit gift cards – and that meant another way to MS was laid to rest.

Will Chase redeem gift cards?

Chase redeem gift cards still – they will honor a gift card with a balance if it hasn't expired.

So how will Chase redeem gift cards?

You can continue to use your gift card as usual. When it has been used, no more funds can be added to the card.

What else do I need to know?

If your card is due to expire, but you still have funds available, you can call Chase for a replacement card at 1-866-466-0079. They are waiting for your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can also call Chase at the same number if you have damaged or lost your card, if it has been stolen, or even if you have more questions about an existing Chase gift card.

Alternatively, check out the FAQ section for Chase Visa prepaid gift cards.

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