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If you already have DashPass, DoorDash’s premium offering, because your Chase Sapphire ReserveĀ or Chase Sapphire Preferred gives a free year of DashPass, then you can have a free meal this week

Lest I forget, Chase Freedom Credit CardĀ and Slate cardmembers also get 3 months free DashPass, so perhaps you are still enjoying that even without a Sapphire card.

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Summer of DashPass

Looks like this will be a 6 week series of weekly offers:

summer of dashpass

Week One: $15 off $15

Offer valid for one (1) order while supplies last.

Offer valid from 07/27/20 to 08/02/20 at 11:59pm PT at participating DashPass eligible restaurants.

Excluding taxes and fees. Not valid for Pickup. Limit one per person. Maximum discount $15 per order.

Fees, taxes, and gratuity apply. All deliveries subject to availability. Must have or create a valid DoorDash account with a valid form of accepted payment on file and be an active DashPass subscriber. No cash value. Non-transferable. Checkout the ā€œDashPass Summer Favoritesā€ carousel to redeem.


See full terms and conditions at https://help.doordash.com/consumers/s/article/offer-terms-conditions.

As a reminder, if you do a Pickup order, you save the delivery fees so this really is a pretty much free meal.



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