Wednesday, April 23rd 2014

How to avoid interest on your Groceries and Drugstore purchase with Chase

by Jacqui Stewart

Chase offers you the chance to pay in full each month for your purchases at the drugstore or the grocery store, even if you have a balance outstanding. After you sign up for the 5% Rewards, you are given the option to pay those items in full when you have them on your card.  As you can see in the picture below, it is actually broken down into how much is owed for groceries and how much is owed for the drug store.  I thought this was a cool feature and want to show you how easy it is to sign up for!



All you need to do is click the icon for Set Up Full Pay.  Once you have clicked this button, you will receive the following confirmation text on the next page:

Easy as pie, don’t you think?

One Response to “How to avoid interest on your Groceries and Drugstore purchase with Chase”

  1. mey Says:

    Had to think about that a bit, but it is actually a pretty cool feature/tool. I don’t carry a balance any longer (hurray, 2007 really woke me up, lol), but I could see where paying interest might be offset for needed purchases (emergencies, long-term use items). So, nice that you could have the option to pay off items you definitely don’t want to pay interest on, like groceries, etc.

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