When Chase Offers were trialed last year on Marriott and Slate cards (and then Hyatt), they were listed with expiry dates. Nick subsequently noticed that if you didn’t add the offers immediately, the expiry date would be pushed further into the future.
With the recent expansion of Chase Offers to all their personal cards, that quirk has changed. Chase Offers now seem to work in the same way as Amex Offers in that they have a fixed expiry date.
Pictured above are some of the offers that were available on one of my cards a couple of days ago. Pictured below are some of the offers on that same card today.
As you’ll see, the offers that appear in both images now show a different number of days remaining. Atom Tickets went from 24 day to 22 days, Ruby Tuesday went from 3 days to 1 day, PetSmart went from 12 days to 10 days, etc.
This isn’t groundbreaking news, but it does mean that you might as well load Chase Offers as soon as they appear. When they were being trialed, I held off on adding offers until I had plans to use them. That helped ensure they didn’t expire sooner than I could take advantage of them, but seeing as they now have a fixed end date, there’s no reason to not add them immediately.