(EXPIRED) Up to $18 in free burgers, fries, and shakes (YMMV)

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There is a new offer out in the Chase Pay app for $8 off if you order ahead at Five Guys Burgers & Fries. If you haven’t ordered ahead through Chase Pay before, you may also have an offer for $10 off of your first order. Not all locations are participating, but it’s worth looking if you like Five Guys as even the $8 offer is probably enough for a free burger and drink in most markets.

The Deal

  • $8 off at Five Guys Burgers & Fries when you order ahead via the Chase Pay app (location-dependent, YMMV)

Key Terms

  • Expires June 30, 2018
  • Participating locations only

Quick Thoughts

This is a nice offer if you’re in the market for some free burgers & fries. The $8 offer is location-dependent, but reports indicate that it is showing up in many areas. Additionally, as noted at the top, the $8 offer stacks with a $10 offer that you should see for your first “order ahead” order if you’ve never used that feature in Chase Pay before. I haven’t ordered ahead through Chase Pay yet, so I see two offers at Five Guys and could therefore order $18 worth of free food. Since my wife also has her own Chase cards, she would have both offers as well — and $36 will make for a free lunch at some point this week.

Depending on your location, you may have other options available for the $10 first-time-order offer as well. I am currently in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and I also see Tropical Smoothie Cafe as an option for the $10 offer.

Feel free to report your location and success/failure in seeing the Five Guys offer in the comments so we can gather an idea as to where it is working.

H/T: Doctor of Credit

Last updated on July 1st, 2018

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Stephen Pepper

I have it in South Bend IN at the moment, so hoping it’ll also be available in Milwaukee next week.


Every time I click on the offers tab the app shuts down – I even deleted and added back (IOS) – any ideas?

Ed Dee
Ed Dee

San Jose, CA. Works for $18 free food. Not showing for Chase Ink account.


It works only for personal cc


The $10 + $8 credit showing for Orange County, CA. But how do you order ahead? There is no such order ahead capability in the Chase Pay app itself.

Any ideas?


Just explore the app, it’s there


How does order ahead work?

When you sign in to Chase Pay, tap “Order” and we’ll find the nearest participating merchants.
Choose a merchant to see the menu and check out any available offers.
Tap an item to add it to your order. You can customize it depending on the options at that merchant.
When you’re ready to check out, review your order, including the costs, credits applied, and payment card.
Once you tap “Place order,” we’ll process your transaction by sending your order to the merchant and let you know when to pick it up.
When you get to the merchant, you can go right to pickup because you’ve already paid with Chase Pay.

I got it from the chase website.


You are the best Alex – thank you for taking the time to detail this response 🙂