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Chase, Tock partner to support local restaurant recovery with new customer offer

Thursday 15 July 2021 13:25 CET | News

Chase has launched an offer for Chase restaurant clients on Tock to support restaurant and hospitality small businesses as they recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the press release, thanks to the initiative, now through 31 December 2021, small business owners who operate restaurants, wineries, pop-ups, and events will receive up to USD 1,200 to put towards monthly subscription fees when they join Tock for one year and link their Chase business checking account.

By joining Tock, Chase small business owners get access to an innovative reservation and ordering platform, as well as the Tock to Go takeout and delivery programme, reaching millions of diners across the country. Their businesses will also be integrated into Chase Dining within Ultimate Rewards, a programme where millions of Chase credit card customers can earn and redeem points towards any pre-paid reservation, takeout order or events and experience on Tock.

Current Chase Business Banking customers who enroll in the Tock Plus plan with their business checking account will receive one month free, and USD 1,000 to put towards future fees. Those already on Tock with a Chase business checking account linked will receive USD 1,200 to use towards subscription fees.

Furthemore, to receive the Tock offer, eligible small business owners need to complete the following steps by 31 December 2021: sign up with Tock here, and link their Chase business checking account to Tock. Small businesses looking to open a new Chase business checking account can visit: chase.com/business/checking.


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