Chase launches Chase Rewards Plus

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Chase Card Services, the credit card division of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Lexington, MA-based Mall Networks, an online mall and loyalty shopping services provider, announced the launch of Chase Rewards Plus, a shopping program that provides card members with a rewarding online shopping experience.

With Chase Rewards Plus, millions of Chase rewards card members will now be able to earn unlimited bonus rewards and take advantage of special offers and discounts while shopping at hundreds of leading online retailers through www.chase.com/rewardsplus.

"Chase Rewards Plus was designed with our card members in mind and we continue to make enhancements to our programs as their needs and wants change," said Brian Gantert, first vice president of marketing at Chase Card Services, which is based in Wilmington, DE. "The Chase Rewards Plus program provides our customers with a best-in-class online shopping site that helps accelerate their rewards earning capabilities."

Chase Rewards Plus features more than 340 world-class merchants, including

Barnes & Noble.com, Blue Nile, Lands' End, JCP.com, OfficeDepot.com, Overstock.com, Orbitz.com, Sears.com and Travelocity. In addition to shopping and earning bonus rewards, Chase Rewards Plus allows card members to take advantage of special offers, discounts and promotions.

Mr. Ganteret said that with Chase Rewards Plus, card members in some of Chase's most popular rewards programs - including Chase Freedom, Chase's landmark rewards card offering that provides unmatched flexibility to choose between points and cash - enjoy

one-stop shopping because card members can go directly to www.chase.com/rewardsplus for access to the shopping offers.

He also said Chase Rewards Plus, which is i ntegrated into Chase.com, is easy to access and use, and there are no caps or limits on bonus rewards earned through Chase Rewards Plus.

"After a thorough and competitive evaluation process, Chase selected Mall Networks to power a dynamic shopping site that delivers a secure and feature-rich e-commerce experience," said Mr. Gantert. "By creating a satisfying card member shopping experience with Mall Networks, we can build deeper, more loyal and rewarding customer relationships."

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