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Good news food lovers! You will soon be able to use your Chase Ultimate Rewards to pay for Tock dining reservations. In early 2020, you will see a special dining page in the Ultimate Rewards online portal and Chase mobile app.

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You can now use Chase Ultimate Rewards for fine dining through Tock reservations. Photo by Skitterphoto from Pexels

Tock Reservations

Tock lets you book prepaid reservations at the high-end restaurants–including James Beard and Michelin winners–and wineries. Most Tock partners are in the United States. However, you can find offers in select international cities.

This new redemption feature builds on the current Chase-Tock relationship that began in 2018. All Chase credit and debit cardholders can book curated deals with the Chase Cardmember Tables.

Related: Best Credit Cards for Restaurants and Dining

Use Chase Ultimate Rewards for Dining

Once the dedicated dining page and mobile app tab launch, you will have these payment options:

  • Redeem Ultimate Rewards points
  • Pay with cash
  • Pay with cash and points

The redemption experience will be similar to booking award travel on the Chase travel portal. You may also appreciate this flexibility more than redeeming your points for cash rewards or gift cards.

All Chase credit cards in these families can enjoy this new redemption option:

As always, it’s possible to earn bonus Ultimate Rewards on Tock dining reservations if you card has dining rewards.

Related: Best Chase Credit Cards

Private Dining Series

Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardmembers can book exclusive deals using Tock. These deals are part of the Sapphire’s Private Dining Series.

In addition to high-end dining perks, Sapphire members can also enjoy free DoorDash DashPass for 12 months. Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholders get unlimited deliveries with no delivery fee and reduced service fees on orders over $12 for a minimum of one year on qualifying food purchases with a DashPass subscription from DoorDash. This is worth over a $100 value. But, you must activate with your card by December 31, 2021.

Sapphire Reserve members can also get $100 in DoorDash credits for 2020 and 2021. Chase Freedom® and Chase Freedom Unlimited® cardholders won’t get private deals but can get special DashPass discounts too.

The information for the Chase Freedom® has been collected independently by Johnny Jet. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer. The information for the Chase Freedom Unlimited® has been collected independently by Johnny Jet. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

Summary of Tock Reservations

You now have another way to redeem Chase Ultimate Rewards. Using your points for Tock dining reservations can be a valuable option when you don’t use them for travel rewards.

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