I’ve often complained about how Chase offers aren’t very useful. With limited value and restrictions placed on them, I’ve never thought they were worth the effort. So imagine my dismay when Chase comes out with a decent offer, but it’s one that I’m never going to use.
Earn 20% back on your Chick-fil-A purchase, with a $30.00 maximum.
We’re not ones to eat fast food regularly. Despite that, for a time we would enjoy a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich and some waffle fries. That was, until about 15 years ago, when a dear friend explained why, no matter how much we liked the food, eating there was hugely offensive to him, his boyfriend, and many others.
Over time, in an effort to change their reputation, the brand owners have changed where they make some of their corporate donations. However they’ve still made no change in their personal positions about the equality of all people. Until they do and use their money to repair the damage they’ve done for decades, I’m still not going to buy their chicken sandwiches, even if I can save 20%.
And just to make the point that Chase Offers aren’t worth anything, how many nuggets are your buying to spend $150 at Chick-fil-A on a single purchase to max out this offer?
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