CNBC reports Chase And Instacart Announce First Co-Branded Credit Card

From CNBC:

Since June 2020, Chase and Instacart have partnered to offer benefits to Chase cardholders, including complimentary Instacart Express membership and discounts. On Wednesday, the bank and food delivery service announced that they would be launching an Instacart co-branded credit card.

The Instacart Mastercard® credit card will be the first co-branded card offered by a food delivery service. The card will give consumers the ability to earn accelerated points on Instacart purchases and give several other benefits, perks and savings.

A joint press release states the card will be released to the public sometime this year.

Here’s what you need to know about the new card offering, and what benefits are currently available to Chase cardholders.

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