In this hobby, we’re always on the lookout for earning a few extra miles and points whenever the opportunity shows up. Obviously, the fastest way to rack up miles and points is by way of signing up for credit cards and maximizing welcome bonuses. However, every now and then, we come across some low hanging fruit. One such opportunity is currently available via the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal. You can earn up to 7,500 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $99.

7,500 Ultimate Rewards Points Offer

Chase is running different targeted offers for this particular Motley Fool subscription. On my Sapphire Card, I saw an offer of 6,000 points, whereas my Freedom card showed an offer of 7,500 points.

Once you log into your Chase account, head over to the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal and click on Earn Bonus Points.

Ultimate Rewards points

In my case, the offer showed up on the very first page. If you don’t see the offer right away, you may have to search for The Motley Fool in the search box.

Ultimate Rewards points

Once you hit the Shop Now button, you’ll be taken to the Motley Fool website where you need to purchase a $99 annual subscription.

Ultimate Rewards points

Terms & Conditions

In this case, you’ll need to maintain the subscription for a minimum of 60 days in order to receive the bonus points. Please read the terms and conditions carefully before you sign up.

The Motley Fool Terms and Conditions.
Eligible on one (1) subscription per loyalty account number. Only eligible on paid 1 year subscription to The Motley Fool. Monthly subscriptions are ineligible. Subscription must be active for at least 60 days. Not eligible on any free products, trials, services, memberships, subscriptions and retailer marketing subscriptions. Not eligible on purchases made with coupon or discount codes that are not found on this site or on gift cards, gift certificates or any other similar cash equivalents. Purchases made with a gift card may be ineligible.

Chase’s Website Terms and Conditions.
Chase’s website and/or mobile terms, privacy and security policies don’t apply to the site or app you’re about to visit. Please review its terms, privacy and security policies to see how they apply to you. Chase isn’t responsible for (and doesn’t provide) any products, services or content at this third-party site or app, except for products and services that explicitly carry the Chase name.

In most cases, your bonus points will automatically appear on your statement within 3-5 business days, but may take up to two billing cycles, depending on the merchant.

You cannot combine Shop through Chase® offers with coupons or discount codes.

You may not earn bonus points on the purchase of gift cards, gift certificates or other similar cash equivalents at certain merchants.

The Pundit’s Mantra

Even if you’re not actively looking to sign up for a subscription, this offer is pretty easy to earn a really good 75x on spend. If you were looking for a subscription anyway, then this is a nice icing on the cake.

Which offer were you targeted for? Tell us in the comments section.


The Points Pundit loves these newly relaunched Chase credit cards!

Firstly, they offer you a 0% APR for the first 15 months.

Secondly, they have no annual fee and have a lucrative welcome bonus of $200 or 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $500 in the first 3 months.

Moreover, you can earn up to 60,000 Ultimate Rewards bonus points in the first year if you maximize the bonus points categories.

They’re packed with brand new benefits and bonus points categories.

Overall, a great option to carry in your wallet for everyday spend!

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(Chase’s 5/24 rule may apply to these cards)


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