(EXPIRED) Sheraton Chase Offer: Save 15% On Up To $220

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A targeted Sheraton Chase Offer has appeared today offering 15% off your next stay so long as it’s paid for by June 14, 2019. That end date might not be fixed in stone though, so there’s a chance it’ll work for stays paid for after that date, but YMMV.

Sheraton Chase Offer

The Deal

  • Save 15% on Sheraton stays with a targeted Chase Offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires June 14, 2019.
  • Minimum spend of $100, maximum statement credit of $33.
  • Offer only valid at domestic Sheraton properties.
  • Offer not valid at Four Points by Sheraton.
  • Payment for your completed stay must be made by offer expiration date.
  • Offer valid one time only.

Quick Thoughts

This is a good discount, especially if you receive this offer on a Chase Sapphire Reserve or one of Chase’s Marriott Bonvoy cards.

With a maximum statement credit of $33, you’ll max out this deal when paying $220 or more for a stay. If you are spending that much, check to see if you were targeted for the general Marriott Amex Offer as that offers a slightly higher statement credit of $40 when spending $200. For those spending less than $200 though, this Chase Offer would obviously be better, assuming you’d be spending at least $100. The $100 minimum spend can include taxes and room charges – basically anything you can charge to your folio. If your stay is $200+ and you have both the Chase and Amex Offers, ask the hotel to take a $200 payment from the card with the Amex Offer, with the balance being charged to the Chase card – that way you can double up the statement credits.

Keep an eye on the expiry date in case it gets pushed further into the future, giving you more time to use it. I was targeted for the recent Hyatt Chase Offer and even though it was meant to have expired on April 30, 2019, the end date keeps getting pushed further and further forward. The Hyatt Place I’m staying at at the moment sadly doesn’t sell gift cards, so I can’t lock in that discount just in case it doesn’t continue getting extended.

Speaking of which, if you don’t have an upcoming Sheraton stay, it should be possible to trigger the offer by buying gift cards from the front desk of your local Sheraton so long as they actually sell them.

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