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isoldmyatlas
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Question for Chase Amazon cardholders

I've used the card a few times so far, and have about $40 in posted charges.  However, I have no points balance showing yet.  Do I have to wait for my first statement to cut for the points balance to show up or is something wrong with my account?

TU: 757 (9/14/14) | EQ: 778 (10/7/14) | EX: 770 (10/7/14)

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jsucool76
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders


isoldmyatlas wrote:

I've used the card a few times so far, and have about $40 in posted charges.  However, I have no points balance showing yet.  Do I have to wait for my first statement to cut for the points balance to show up or is something wrong with my account?


I think the rewards post by the statement as opposed to after each transaction. Not entirely sure though. 

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navigatethis12
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders

All Chase cards have points show up after the statement closes. I only know a few companies that give you the rewards as soon as a transaction posts.

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isoldmyatlas
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders

OK, thanks! My Cap1 card posts cashback by transaction so that's really all I've had to go by :smileyvery-happy:

TU: 757 (9/14/14) | EQ: 778 (10/7/14) | EX: 770 (10/7/14)

Cap1 Quicksilver, $4,750 (4/2012); Discover IT, $6,000 (10/2012); Chase Amazon Rewards, $7,600 (10/2012); AMEX Hilton HHonors, $15,000 (11/2012); AMEX Blue Cash Everyday, $10,000 (01/2013); Barclaycard Arrival+, $10,000 (07/13); Chase Hyatt, $7,000 (09/13)
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navigatethis12
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders

PNC and Barclays do it also. I wish all cards posted rewards that way. Sometimes I have to wait a month to find that I got no rewards for the transaction. American Express is the slowest with sometimes taking two months to give rewards.

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jsucool76
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders


navigatethis12 wrote:

PNC and Barclays do it also. I wish all cards posted rewards that way. Sometimes I have to wait a month to find that I got no rewards for the transaction. American Express is the slowest with sometimes taking two months to give rewards.


That is what I love about my cap1, it's damn near instant :smileyvery-happy: 

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afbar1114
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders


navigatethis12 wrote:

PNC and Barclays do it also. I wish all cards posted rewards that way. Sometimes I have to wait a month to find that I got no rewards for the transaction. American Express is the slowest with sometimes taking two months to give rewards.


no amex posts points for the prevous month once you pay the current month. 


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navigatethis12
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Re: Question for Chase Amazon cardholders


afbar1114 wrote:


no amex posts points for the prevous month once you pay the current month. 


With me it seems to take two months, no matter when I pay. I will try again next time I happen to use the card and see when it posts.


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