Chase is expanding its rewards program for credit card holders with a new way to buy Apple products using points. The new Apple Ultimate Rewards Store includes a variety of Apple hardware including iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, Mac, HomePod, and Apple TV. Chase is also launching a limited time offer on eligible Apple merchandise to promote the new program.

Chase’s new Apple Ultimate Rewards Store works with Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Ink cards for redeeming reward points as credit toward Apple products:

Chase Card Services (NYSE:JPM) is pleased to launch the new Apple Ultimate Rewards Store. The newest enhancement to Chase’s rewards platform gives Chase Sapphire®, Freedom® and Ink® cardmembers the ability to redeem points to cover all or a portion of Apple products purchased through Ultimate Rewards. As a special limited time offer, cardmembers can redeem one Ultimate Rewards point for one cent, meaning 100 points can be redeemed for one dollar on eligible Apple merchandise.

Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Ink cardmembers can search the new Apple Ultimate Rewards Store for Apple products to purchase, then redeem points toward the purchase to reduce the overall price or even pay for the whole transaction.

For example, as few as 17,9001 Ultimate Rewards points can be redeemed towards the current price of an Apple TV 4K, 39,9001 points can be redeemed for the new Apple Watch Series 4 or the iPad mini 4 and 99,9001 can be redeemed for the new iPhone XS 64GB.

Chase already lets cardmembers redeem points for gift cards and other rewards. The new Apple Ultimate Rewards Store givers cardmembers new options for turning points into products. You can learn more at www.chase.com/ultimaterewards, and follow 9to5Toys for the best holiday deals on Apple products this year.

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