Chase Contactless Card
Learn more about the contactless service that comes with the new Chase Freedom card.
Visit www.chase.com/contactless to learn more now!
Please note you must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of the United States in order to obtain a Chase credit card.
Tapping to pay is faster than swiping or inserting your Chase Freedom credit card!
www.Chase.com/Contactless Customer Service
- General Chase Card Customer Service: 1-800-935-9935
- If you need a new debit card right away, stop by a Chase branch or call us at 1-800-935-9935
- From outside the US, call us collect at 1-405-272-9935
- TTY support 1-800-242-7383.
Chase Credit Cards
- Sapphire Credit Card
- Chase Freedom Card
- United Explorer
- Marriot Bonvoy Bold Card
- Ink Business Unlimited (best for a small business)
- Ink Business Cash (best for customers who love cashback rewards)
- Chase Slate
- Newport PayDay Deal 21: Enter to win $200 or $100 cash
- KSWebTags: Get your auto tags in the state of Kansas
- TalkToGiantFoods: Take a short survey to win a $500 gift card
Please note the following Chase credit cards DO NOT carry an annual fee: Slate, Freedom, Chase Freedom Unlimited, Marriot Bonvy Gold, United TRavel Bank Card, Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card, Disney Visa Card, AARP Credit Card from Chase, Ink Business Unlimited, and the Ink Business Cash.
Best Non-Chase Credit Cards
- American Express Gold Card
- Wells Fargo Propel American Express
- Discover IT Cash Back
- Capital One Quicksilver Card
- Capital One Venture Card
What is tapping to pay?
Contactless payments use short-range proximity technology to securely complete payments between a contactless card and a contactless-enabled checkout terminal.
Your contactless Chase Visa card is a chip card that has a near-field communication (NFC) antenna, enabling close-range payments.
When you tap your contactless Chase Visa card at the contactless-enabled checkout terminal (near the Contactless Symbol), your payment is sent for authorization.- Chase.com Contactless