Chime Card Offers: $5 Store Credit with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile, and MetroPCS

Good morning everyone, here is a new set of offers from Chime.  Chime is offering $5 store credit (free money) for the following mobile carriers.  The offers are limited (less than 100 available for each offer), so act fast.  To learn more about the Chime Card, please read this post.

Chime Card Wireless Bill Offers

Since I have AT&T service, I decide to make a $5 payment toward my AT&T bill to see if the $5 store credit would work.

The $5 AT&T bill payment went through and earned the $5 cash back credit to my Chime Card.  The cash back was not instant, took about 2 days to show up, but better late than never.

ATT $5 Cash Back from Chime Card


Lastly, I received the following email from Chime regarding AT&T’s auto-pay feature.  I’m not sure if this email is in addition to the standard Chime offers above.  I set up my Chime Card as the default card for AT&T’s auto-pay.  I wonder if the following offer will earn cash back.

Chime Card Deal with ATT

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.  Have a great *3 day* weekend everyone!

11 thoughts on “Chime Card Offers: $5 Store Credit with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile, and MetroPCS

    1. scott kim

      I have attan &50 monthly… I have art on autopay… I save $5 for autopsy andreport &5 for the &50 monthly plan already with art. Are you saying with or through chime autopsy I get another &5 saving?? Meaning I only pay $35 dollars a month ??

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      1. chuck sithe

        Did you try the auto-pay? A reader over at doctorofcredit it saying that he got $5 for paying and then another $10 for enrolling in auto-pay. He’s not sure why he got $10 for the auto-pay, and not $5.

        1. Grant

          I signed up for AT&T’s auto-pay with my Chime Card, but my auto-pay payment has not gone through yet. I’m actually in the process of ending our AT&T service and moving to Comcast for internet, so I am not sure if I will be able to test out the auto-pay feature.


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