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Doctor of Credit got the scoop on the categories that Chase will use for Pay Yourself back starting tomorrow, October 1st and going through March 31, 2022.

If you aren’t familiar, here’s what Chase Pay Yourself Back is.

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First and foremost, if you want to use an existing PYB category, like dining on the Chase Sapphire Preferred or home improvement stores, do that today!! You won’t be able to tomorrow.

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On the Chase Sapphire Preferred card, the categories of home improvement stores, dining, and supermarkets will end. In their place will be luggage from Away and Airbnb. Yes, it’s not very exciting (I guess unless you stay at Airbnb a lot).

On the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, dining remains as a category (and even though this will annoy many, I think it’s a smart move for them to differentiate the Reserve from the Preferred. Other than that, it will match the Preferred with Away and Airbnb.

As always, Preferred gets 1.25 cents a point in value while Reserve gets 1.5 cents per point.

Chase Sapphire PreferredChase Sapphire Preferred Earn 60,000 bonus Ultimate Rewards points (worth up to $750 or more!) when you spend $4,000 in 3 months. How to apply for this offer.

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