Mother’s Day is just a week away — save 40% on flowers with your Chase credit card

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Mother’s Day is just over a week away. If you haven’t placed an order for a gift or flowers yet, there’s still time.

For all the procrastinators out there, Chase and 1-800-Flowers have a special promotion to help you save and get your order through on time.

You’ll save 40% when you place an order at 1800Flowers.com/ChasePay40, use promo code CHASEPAY40, and check out with Chase Pay. The offer is valid through Mother’s Day, which falls on May 12.

Chase Pay is Chase’s mobile wallet service, a competitor to options like Apple Pay, which works across devices so you can use it from your smartphone at a cash register, or on your computer at a website.

If you have a credit card, just choose the Chase Pay option when you check out — you can find it under “Express Checkout Options.” Log in to your Chase account when prompted, and choose the Chase card you want to pay with.

Only the options on the special Chase Pay landing page are eligible for the discount, but there is a huge range of options, whether you’re looking for roses, tulips, specially designed bouquets, gift baskets, or more.

Remember to enter the promo code in order to get the discount.

We’d suggest maximizing your rewards points by paying with the Chase Freedom Unlimited, which offers 1.5% cash back (or 1.5x points per dollar) on every purchase. Alternatively, if you don’t have a Chase card yet, we recommend starting with the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, which has a highest-ever sign-up bonus of 60,000 points when you spend $4,000 in the first three months.

Click here to check out the included options at 1-800-Flowers.

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